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BMW M4

  • tickDistinctive looks
  • tickAwesome performance
  • tickGenerous spec
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BMW M4 Coupe (2020 - )

This high-performance version of the 4 Series coupe is built by BMW’s famous M division and features sufficient mechanical upgrades to count as a model in its own right. The driving experience is dominated by its mighty 510 horsepower engine, multiple driving modes and an interior trimmed in an eye-catching mix of bright leather and carbon fibre. It’s an expensive indulgence, but fast enough to challenge proper sports cars with seating for four and reasonable practicality too. Click here for our review of the standard 4 Series and click here for our standalone review of the M4's four-door brother, the M3.
Our verdict

Is the BMW M4 a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

BMW M4 running costs

Fuel consumption, insurance, residuals and tax.

BMW M4 safety

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BMW M4 features

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BMW M4 reliability

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BMW M4 interior

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BMW M4 performance

Power, handling, fuel and range.

Our expert review

See what our expert review team say about this car

If affordability in buying or running costs are your priorities you’re better served with a regular 4 Series
with a diesel or petrol engine because, for the M4, performance and posing power are the key motivating factors and come at a cost. Indeed, the fact the M4 costs over £20,000 more than the next most expensive model in the range offers some context, and is reflected in how much faster and more potent it is. At this level it competes with the AMG versions of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and dedicated sports coupes like the Nissan GT-R, with performance not far off that of an equivalently priced Porsche 911.

BMW has increased the bottom line price of the M4 compared with the version it replaces but has added lots of kit that was previously optional on the basis buyers were ready to pay extra for it anyway. This has improved the residual price so the all-important monthly figures are actually more or less the same as before. Be under no illusions, though. In fuel, insurance and tax the M4 will be an expensive car to buy and own.

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Price range

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Most popular trims on Auto Trader

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