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BMW Z4 sDrive20i & sDrive28i Review

Traditionalists may not like it, but the latest four-cylinder additions to the Z4 line-up effectively signal the end of BMW’s famous normally aspirated six-cylinder. BMW might produce what many believe to be the ultimate driving machines, but these days, it’s as much about efficiency as it is about performance, and downsizing is the name of the game...

BMW Z4 Review

It’s quick, this Z4 Beemer and the handling is M3-style sharp.

BMW Z4 sDrive35is Review

The BMW Z4 sDrive35is is the ultimate convertible sportscar under $150,000.

BMW Z4 Review & Road Test

The BMW Z4 is more than a car, it's the ultimate driving experience.

BMW Z4 Review & Road Test

2009 BMW Z4 sDrive35i Review & Road Test Frugal, fast and feisty. There's no other Z4. Model Tested: 2009 BMW Z4 sDrive35i Roadster; 3.0-litre, twin-turbo, six-cylinder; seven-speed dual-clutch transmission; two-door roadster: $116,900* Options (As Fitted): Character package $2600; Seven-speed sports automatic transmission $3500; Metallic paint (Orion Silver) $1840; Lumbar support $640; BMW 18-inch light alloy wheels $NCO...

2009 BMW Z4 Review

BMW’s iconic Z4 sports car has gone from confused and polarising to softer, more rounded and definitely more appealing, but still retains an inner hard edge that will appeal to any lover of sports driving. Now I need to come clean at the start here because, although I’ve always admired the substance of the BMW Z4, its technical excellence in particular, I’ve never really liked the car that much...

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