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Great car for the price!

Upgrading from my first car (Mitsubishi 380), I wanted something sporty, but not too expensive. For around $15,000, this is the best looking car, with great handling/performance car I believe you can buy. I looked at many other cars such as an E90 325i, Mazda RX8, Mazda MX5,b but for the price, nothing could come close to a Z4. Buying new may be a different story, as I believe these depreciate pretty quickly. But for a used E85, I couldn't be happier!

BodyConvertible
BadgesDrive35is
TransmissionAutomatic
Date PurchasedJun 2017

An awesome little sports car

Bought this car as a replacement for a big V8 - mainly because of fuel costs but also because it's a spunky little convertible.
While it is the small engine we were able to get the M upgrade at no extra cost - so better suspension, leather interior etc, etc.
As far as a BMW goes it's classed as old technology (no lane departure warning etc) it's still a fine fun little machine.
Driving a winding road the handling is superb - especially in 'sport mode' - it's like its on rails. and taking the top down and driving is a whole new experience - love it!!

BodyConvertible
BadgesDrive20i
TransmissionAutomatic
Date PurchasedDec 2016

Excellent

Absolutely AMAZING to drive!!!! Sensational engineering....it's a BMW what more can I say??
The handling is second to none. The features are excellent and easy to use. The car looks great and I look fabulous driving it!!
I LOVE EVERYTHING about this CAR!!! It's amazing!!! BMW are incredible cars!!
There are no cons

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BMW Z4 G29 (2019)BMW Z4 E85 (2003-2009)BMW Z4 E89 (2009-2016)BMW Z4 E86 (2006-2009)
CategorySports CarsSports CarsSports CarsSports Cars
Release dateApr 2019Jul 2003May 2009Apr 2006
Discontinuation dateApr 2009Dec 2016Dec 2009
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