Michael SimariCar and Driver
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The X4 is related to the X3 compact SUV, but its reshaped bodywork features a lower, more sloping roofline.
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Our test car’s optional M Sport package includes body-color wheel-opening moldings and rockers, as well as Shadowline exterior trim.
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X4 variants get as racy as the 503-hp X4 M Competition, but the base X4 xDrive30i is powered by a 248-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four.
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The X4 xDrive30i sends the four-cylinder engine’s 258 pound-feet of torque to all four wheels, as all-wheel drive is standard.
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An M Sport suspension and Variable Sport steering are included on the X4.
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Under the rear liftgate, the X4 has 24 cubic feet of luggage space with the rear seats in place, which amounts to five fewer cubic feet than an X3.
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Our X4 xDrive30i interior was finished in perforated SensaTec faux leather in Tacora Red. A panoramic sunroof is standard.
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The X4 features a 12.3-inch digital instrument display and a 12.3-inch center infotainment display.
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The X4 has less rear-seat headroom and legroom than an X3, but it is still tolerable for average-sized adults.
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Pricing for the X4 xDrive30i starts at $52,795.
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