The BMW 4-Series will largely be unchanged for the 2019 model year. Based on order guides, the most notable changes will be the addition of navigation and Apple CarPlay as standard equipment.
2019 BMW 4-Series Design
Visually, no major updates appear to be in shop inside or outside the vehicle. The most recent changes came in 2015 with a modified front fascia, re-tuned suspension and addition of a basic rear video camera. For 2019, the 4-Series will come standard with navigation, park distance control, advanced real-time traffic and an updated instrument cluster efficient in showing navigation actions. Buyers will also get Apple CarPlay compatibility with a 1-year trial. Previously these were all features that required buyers to step up to pricey options plans. BMW says the features include $2,750 in value.
2019 BMW 4-Series Engine
As previously, the 430i and 440i will be readily available as a 2-door Coupe, a 4-door Gran Coupe or a 2-door Convertible. Details for the sportier M4 have actually not yet been revealed since this writing. Under the hood, no major changes appear to be on the way. The present 430i features a turbocharged inline 4-cylinder ranked at 248 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. The 440i includes a 3.0-liter mill producing 320 hp and 330 lb-ft.
2019 BMW 4-Series Pricing and Release Date
Production of the 2019 BMW 4-Series is set to begin in March. We currently approximate that the car will reach dealerships by early summertime. Official pricing for the 430i Coupe will begin at $45,795 including a destination charge of $995. Opting for the Gran Coupe needs $45,595, while the Convertible is priced from $53,945.
When it comes to the more effective 440i, the Coupe has been priced from $52,195, the Gran Coupe from $51,995 and the Convertible from $60,995. These represent cost boosts of $1,300 throughout the board, largely attributable to the increase in basic equipment compared with the previous year.
2019 BMW 4-Series Competition
Competitors include the Audi A5, Lexus RC and Cadillac ATS Coupe. Playing in an extremely competitive sector– together with the Audi A5 and Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe– frequently requires premium car manufacturers to consist of a higher number of basic features in their base models, which might help with the high turnover seen in today’s consumer base.