BMW 4-Series

2014 BMW 4 Series’ ordering guide leaked

With the inevitable launch of the 4 Series Coupe drawing closer, an increased volume of information started pouring through the channels, both official and otherwise.

The latest to surface is an ordering guide for the new BMW model.

BMW 4 Series Ordering Guide

BMW 4 Series Ordering Guide

According to this list, the 428i entry level 4 Series will fetch the price of 41.425 USD. The second choice is the 435i version, which will cost buyers 46.925 USD.

BMW 4 Series Ordering Guide

BMW 4 Series Ordering Guide

There are also many options for both exterior and interior, giving each customer the choice of different trims and features, for a certain price, of course. For those that want the 4 Series upgraded, the M Sport version is the way to go, which sports an aerodynamic body kit, new wheels and suspension, both courtesy of M Division. You also get an M steering wheel, a sport seat and different other trims.

BMW 4 Series Ordering Guide

BMW 4 Series Ordering Guide

If the M version of the BMW 4 Series isn’t what you’re looking for, you can also get other optional features. A 2.200 USD premium package will add Dakota leather to your vehicle, while also giving you Comfort Access and one year subscription to SiriusXM satellite radio.

BMW 4 Series Ordering Guide

BMW 4 Series Ordering Guide

The 700 USD cold weather package will help you deal better with those harsh winters by installing heated seats and steering wheel and retractable headlight washers. For 3.150 USD you also have the choice of a technology package, giving you GPS navigation, a head-up display and BMW Online services.

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