BMW’s Australian division has recently announced the official price list for the new 4-Series Coupe locally, where the model will set you back for at least 69,500 AUD for the entry-level version.
According to the car manufacturer, the cheapest version of the new BMW 4-Series Coupe to make its way onto the Australian market is the 420i Coupe, the replacement for the 320i Coupe. This model will cost 69,500 AUD and it will be followed in line by the popular 420d, priced from 71,800 AUD. Both the 420i Coupe and the 420d Coupe are coming with standard features such as the leather trim, electrically adjustable sports seats, navigation system, rearview camera, parking sensors, Bluetooth, climate control and much more.
Next in the lineup comes the 428i Coupe, from 80,200 AUD, which is adding the adaptive dampers, internet functionality, premium audio system, auto dimming rearview mirror and some other tweaks. The top of the line version is, of course, the 435i Coupe, which is getting the M Sport package, with the steering wheel and unique alloy wheels, amongst others. The model has a Harman Kardon audio system, black roofliner, keyless entry and start and more, along with a 3.0L turbocharged six-cylinder unit under its hood, which is good for 225 kW and 400 Nm of torque.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Wednesday, October 16th, 2013 - filed under BMW
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