With FIVE Suvs In The Line-Up Has BMW Finally Covered All Of The Bases?

The new BMW X4 has been revealed – a car the German manufacturer describes as being based on the X3, but with refined driving dynamics to place it “on another level”.

Set to become BMW’s fifth dedicated SUV model, the five-seat X4 was first previewed in concept car form at last year’s Shanghai motor show. The junior sibling to the strong-selling X6 is planned to make its public debut at next month’s New York motor show prior to going on sale in the UK in July.

At launch, the new X4 will be available in diesel form only with prices starting from £36,590 for the xDrive20d SE, rising to £44,890 for the xDrive30d xLine and on to £48,990 for the range-topping xDrive35d in M Sport trim.

Buoyed by the success of the X6, BMW is looking towards the smaller and more affordable X4 to appeal to an increasing number of buyers seeking the sporting traits of a traditional performance estate together with the everyday versatility of a high-riding SUV.

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Written by Lewis Shaw

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