BMW 4 Series Convertible (2021 on)

5
reviewed by smitham on 9 December 2023
5
reviewed by smitham on 26 October 2023
5
reviewed by smitham on 26 October 2023
5
reviewed by smitham on 26 October 2023
5

420i convertible

reviewed by smitham on 11 September 2023
5
Overall rating
5
How it drives
5
Fuel economy
5
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
5
Cost of maintenance and repairs
3
Experience at the dealership
4
How practical it is
5
How you rate the manufacturer
5
Overall reliability

BRILLIANT

I swappped a Lexus top of the range 250H Takumi for this car. It was very comfortable and quiet but suprisingly for a convertible this is a match for it.
Brilliantly quiet both with the hood up or down. With the hood up you would not know that it was a convertible it is so quiet. It is the 7th convertible that I have owned and the best. With the hood down it is extremely quiet even at motorway speeds and the passengers stay unruffled. The airscarf is great but I have found that I rarely have to use it even in winter
The 2ltr engine is adequate for my needs and the petrol comsumption averages between the low and high 40s.My car has the Pro Pack,Comfort Pack which are essential.The voice control is amazing although I do not like not having a dip stick for the oil level. The adaptive suspensio is a must and amazing as is the real world fuel consumption.
Overall I do not know how this car could be improved although I do miss the 3 ltr engine from my old 3 series convertible of 2004 but things were different then
I also purchased the 5 year service pack at a cost of £781 whic makes it far cheaper to service than my Lexus

For a convertible is has a good boot and we have already been on 4 hols with it. With the hood up it is massive and with it down still adequate.

Report as offensive

Write your review

About this car

Price£48,090–£55,810
Road TaxAlternative fuel, E–H
MPG-
Real MPG-

Just reviewed...

5
submitted by Anonymous
2
submitted by Anonymous
4
submitted by Anonymous