The local automotive media is announcing the official price list for the new BMW X4 in Australia, where the cheapest model will start at 69,900 AUD.
The BMW X4 is a couple of months away from making its debut in Australia as the model in question has been scheduled to arrive in the Pacific country in July. The cheapest version of the crossover will start at 69,900 AUD and it will get variable sports steering systems and the Performance Control as standard. On the X4 xDrive20i and on the xDrive20d, standard items also include the leather upholstery, electric front sport seats with driver’s memory function, leather sports steering wheel with shift paddles, dual-zone climate control and more.
The rearview camera, the front and rear parking sensors, automatic tailgate, cruise control with braking function, LED daytime running lights, bi-xenon headlights, fog lights and 19-inch Y-spoke alloy wheels are also standard. The X4 xDrive30d is adding the 360 degree Surround View camera system, the nine speaker premium audio system or the anti dazzle side mirrors. The X4 xDrive35i top of the line is getting the M aerodynamics package, the 20-inch M alloy wheels, the leather M steering wheel, the sport suspension settings, 16-speaker Harman Kardon audio system, black roof headliner and others. This will cost 87,900 AUD once it will become available for order.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Tuesday, May 6th, 2014 - filed under BMW
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