2018 BMW 4 Series Coupe 440i xDrive 0-60 Times, Top Speed, Specs, Quarter Mile, and Wallpapers

2018 BMW 4 Series Coupe 440i xDrive  0-60 Times, Top Speed, Specs, Quarter Mile, and Wallpapers

The 2018 BMW 4 Series Coupe 440i xDrive is a All-wheel drive Coupe. It can accommodate up to 4 passengers. It has 2 Doors and is powered by a 3.0L I6 turbo DOHC 16-valve engine which outputs 320 hp @ 5500 rpm and is paired with 6-speed manual transmission gearbox. The 2018 BMW 4 Series Coupe 440i xDrive has cargo capacity of 445 Liters and the vehicle weighs 1751 kg. In terms of ride assists, the 2018 BMW 4 Series Coupe 440i xDrive has stability control and traction control in addition to anti-lock brake system (ABS). The vehicle has an optional engine as well It offers Front and rear park distance control and Rear view camera. Safety features also include Driver side front airbag and Passenger side front airbag. The front suspension is Independent front suspension while the rear suspension is Independent rear suspension. The car also features a Yes It has 18-inch alloy wheels style 397 with all-season run-flat tires as standard. Electronic features include Cruise Control. For convenience, the car has Power windows and Power door locks. There is also a remote keyless entry feature. Moreover, the car has. The steering wheel has audio control buttons. In terms of performance, the car has 350 N.m of torque and a top speed of 251 km/h. The 2018 BMW 4 Series Coupe 440i xDrive accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 5.9 seconds and hits quarter mile at 12.5 seconds. Fuel consumption is 11.1 L/100km in the city and 7.5 L/100km in the highway. The car price starts at $ 58,350

Name 440i xDrive
Price $ 58,350
Body Coupe
Doors 2 Doors
Engine 3.0L I6 turbo DOHC 16-valve
Power 320 hp @ 5500 rpm
Number of Seats 4 Seats
Transmission 6-speed manual transmission
Cargo Space 445.0 L
Maximum Cargo Space 445.0 L
Wheel Type 18-inch alloy wheels style 397 with all-season run-flat tires
Series 4
Drivetrain All-wheel drive
Horsepower 320 HP
Torque 350 N.m
Top Speed 251 km/h
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (0-60 mph) 5.9 s
Fuel Type Petrol (Gasoline)
Fuel Consumption (City) 11.1 L/100km
Fuel Consumption (Highway) 7.5 L/100km
Gear Type auto
Weight 1,685 KG
Brand BMW
Model 4 Series
0-400m (Quarter Mile) 12.5 s
0-400m (Quarter Mile) - Speed 163.4 km/h
0-800m (Half Mile) 23.4 s
0-800m (Half Mile) - Speed 183.8 km/h
Modifications (MODS)
Modifications Cost $ 0

BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe 2018 440i xDrive ACCELERATION & TOP SPEED 0-257km/h by AutoTopNL

BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe 2018 440i xDrive ACCELERATION & TOP SPEED 0-257km/h by AutoTopNL

2018 BMW 4 Series Used Price Estimates

Estimates based on a driving average of 12,000 miles per year
Used Condition Trade In Price Private Party Price Dealer Retail Price
Outstanding $ 30,500 $ 33,525 $ 36,958
Clean $ 29,753 $ 32,692 $ 36,021
Average $ 28,258 $ 31,026 $ 34,148
Rough $ 26,763 $ 29,360 $ 32,274

The 2018 4 Series takes the agility, acceleration and balance of the 3 Series and strengthens it with a wider stance and lower center of gravity. It makes the 2-door versions of the 4 Series the perfect partner for enthusiasts who still relish the act of driving, and who won't mind the trade-offs of increased road noise and a stiffer ride. The Gran Coupe, however, is aimed at the grand touring crowd, and it does a grand job. We love its blend of lively yet smooth road manners and appreciable space for cargo and passengers. Base 430i models use BMW's 248-horsepower turbocharged 4-cylinder. It's one of our favorite 4-cylinder engines and in truth will satisfy the majority of drivers. Those craving even more punch can opt for 440i models with the 320-horsepower turbocharged 6-cylinder. If you're really maniacal about power, there's the 2018 BMW M4, a beast that gets its own review.

2.0-LITER TURBOCHARGED 4-CYLINDER ENGINEWe said that the old base-level engine in the 4 Series was good enough that there was little reason to shell out for the 6-cylinder variant. That's truer still with this latest engine, which arrived last year. It's more powerful, and at up to 34 mpg, impressively efficient.FOLDING HARDTOPThe BMW 4 Series convertible doesn't force you to choose between a classic coupe or open-top convertible, thanks to its power-operated retractable hardtop. Top up, it's a sharp coupe with the classic BMW "Hofmeister kink" at the rear window; top down you have open-air enjoyment for yourself and three passengers.

The BMW 4 Series coupe and convertible models have four seats, but only the front two are suitable for adults for longer durations. The rear seats are tight on leg- and headroom (convertible notwithstanding), and it's not particularly easy to get back there in hardtop models. The Gran Coupe's rear doors and elongated roof do improve access. In all models it's the one behind the steering wheel who's truly pampered, with a driver-focused cockpit, easy-to-reach controls and an improved iDrive infotainment system. Cargo space is fine in the coupes, but the Gran Coupe has more than 45 cubic feet with rear seats folded.

The BMW 4 Series has been updated for 2018, but the revisions are minor: a restyled nose, larger central air intake, and elongated design of the rear light clusters. Not surprisingly, the 4 Series coupe and convertible look the most alike. With its hardtop roof up, the convertible essentially is a 4 Series coupe. It's the 2018 4 Series Gran Coupe that stands out. Though the same length as its siblings, the Gran Coupe can appear longer with its four doors and elongated roof. Instead of a trunk, the Gran Coupe has a rear hatch for easy loading and unloading of gear.

Base 430i versions of the 2018 BMW 4 Series Coupe, Gran Coupe and Convertible may look different, but all have similar standard equipment. There are 10-way-power front seats, LED headlights, automatic climate control, and on the Coupe and Gran Coupe, a moonroof; the Gran Coupe also gets a power tailgate. Standard infotainment is a 9-speaker AM/FM/CD/HD Radio system with USB audio input, Bluetooth streaming and 6.5-inch display (unfortunately, a rearview camera still costs extra). The 440i offers the stronger 6-cylinder engine. New BMWs come with Ultimate Care, which includes three years/36,000 miles of complimentary maintenance and four years/unlimited miles of roadside assistance.

In true German luxury-car fashion, there's a plethora of ways to upgrade and personalize your 4 Series. You can upgrade to a 16-speaker/600-watt harman/kardon sound system, a hands-free trunk that opens when you wave your foot under the bumper, and leather upholstery to replace the synthetic SensaTec material. Most options are bundled into packages, like the Technology Package that includes navigation and dedicated apps. A Driver Assistance package adds the blind-spot monitoring and Active Driving Assistant with lane-departure warning, collision-mitigation automatic braking and pedestrian detection. Also available are wireless charging for compatible smartphones and a Wi-Fi hotspot.

Two engines are available in the 2018 BMW 4 Series. Base 430i models use a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder good for 248 horsepower, while the more powerful 440i models pack a 3.0-liter turbocharged 6-cylinder that makes 320 horsepower. Rear-wheel drive (RWD) is the standard setup, and BMW's xDrive all-wheel drive (AWD) is optional. Most models are mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission that is nearly flawless. For the "save-the-manuals" crowd, a stick shift is still available in the 430i coupe, 440i coupe and 440i xDrive coupe. Auto start/stop is standard on the 430i and 440i models; if you don't like the jarring restarts you can shut it off. Also note these premium engines require premium gasoline. 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4 (430i) 248 horsepower @ 5,200 rpm 258 lb-ft of torque @ 1,450-4,800 rpm EPA city/highway fuel economy: 21/33 mpg (coupe, manual, RWD); 24/34 mpg (coupe, convertible, Gran Coupe, automatic, RWD), 23/33 mpg (coupe, Gran Coupe, AWD), 22/32 mpg (convertible, AWD) 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-6 (440i) 320 horsepower @ 5,500 rpm 330 lb-ft of torque @ 1,380-5,000 rpm EPA city/highway fuel economy: 19/29 mpg (manual coupe RWD & AWD), 21/32 mpg (coupe, Gran Coupe, automatic, RWD), 21/31 mpg (coupe, Gran Coupe, AWD), 21/29 mpg (convertible, RWD), 20/29 mpg (convertible, AWD)

The 2018 BMW 4 Series has a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting at $ 43,195 for a base 430i Gran Coupe, which is actually the least expensive model in the lineup. A base coupe starts at $ 200 more than that, while the hardtop convertible is appreciably more with a starting price of $ 51,545. Opting for a 6-cylinder 440i model bumps those prices by around $ 6,000-$ 7,000, and packages can add several thousand more to the bottom line. At these prices, the BMW 4 Series is still in line with other luxury coupes and convertibles like the Audi A5, Mercedes-Benz C-Class and Lexus RC, while the Infiniti Q60 and Cadillac ATS coupe begin a few thousand lower. Before buying, check the Fair Purchase Price to see what others in your area are paying. We expect the 2018 4 Series' resale value to be about average, trailing that of the Lexus RC.

2018 BMW 4 Series Coupe 440i xDrive Exterior Colors

Alpine White
Black Sapphire Metallic
Champagne Quartz metallic
Citrin Black Metallic
Estoril Blue Metallic
Glacier Silver Metallic
Imperial Blue Metallic
Jet Black
Melbourne Red Metallic
Mineral Grey Metallic
Mineral White Metallic
Smoked Topaz Metallic
Snapper rocks blue metallic
Sparkling Brown Metallic
Sunset Orange Metallic
Tanzanite Blue Metallic
Carbon Black Metallic
Jatoba Metallic
Frozen Bronze Metallic
Frozen Silver Metallic

2018 BMW 4 Series Coupe 440i xDrive Interior Colors

Coral Red
Ivory White
Night blue
Veneto Beige
Veneto Beige/ Dark Oyster
Golden Brown
Kashmir Beige
Opal White

2018 BMW 4 Series Engines

Engine Standard in Trim Power Torque Fuel Consumption - City Fuel Consumption - Highway 0-100 km/h Quarter Mile Half Mile
3.0L I6 turbo DOHC 16-valve 440i xDrive 320 hp @ 5500 rpm 350 N.m 11.1 L/100km 7.5 L/100km 6.3 s 12.9 s 24.1 s
3.0L I6 turbo DOHC 16-valve 440i 320 hp @ 5500 rpm 350 N.m 9.2 L/100km 6.2 L/100km 6.0 s 14.1 s 23.4 s
3.0L I6 turbo DOHC 16-valve 440i xDrive 320 hp @ 5500 rpm 350 N.m 11.1 L/100km 7.5 L/100km 5.9 s 12.5 s 23.4 s
3.0L I6 turbo DOHC 16-valve 440i xDrive 320 hp @ 5500 rpm 350 N.m 11.1 L/100km 7.5 L/100km 6.1 s 12.7 s 23.8 s
3.0L I6 turbo DOHC 24-valve 440i xDrive 320 hp @ 5500 rpm 350 N.m 11.9 L/100km 8.1 L/100km 6.6 s 13.2 s 24.6 s
3.0L I6 turbo DOHC 24-valve 440i 320 hp @ 5500 rpm 350 N.m 11.1 L/100km 7.8 L/100km 6.0 s 14.1 s 23.4 s
3.0L I6 turbo DOHC 24-valve 440i xDrive 320 hp @ 5500 rpm 350 N.m 11.4 L/100km 7.8 L/100km 5.9 s 12.5 s 23.4 s
3.0L I6 turbo DOHC 24-valve 440i xDrive 320 hp @ 5500 rpm 350 N.m 11.4 L/100km 7.8 L/100km 6.1 s 12.7 s 23.8 s
2.0L I4 turbo DOHC 16-valve 430i xDrive 248 hp @ 5200 rpm 350 N.m 10.2 L/100km 7.2 L/100km 7.5 s 13.9 s 26.0 s
2.0L I4 turbo DOHC 16-valve 430i xDrive 248 hp @ 5200 rpm 350 N.m 10.2 L/100km 7.2 L/100km 7.1 s 13.6 s 25.4 s

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BMW 4 Series Overview and History

The 2018 BMW 4 Series Coupe it is still quite practical, it come relatively well equipped and drives very well, making it an excellent all-rounder. Evolving from the F30 sedan platform, the new compact coupe from BMW is now called the 4 Series.
Contrary to some opinions, BMW does not stand for Best Motors in the World company. Sure, BMW-branded automobiles are regarded as being some of the few engineering forms close to perfection, but the letters stand for something less boisterous and more good-natured: Bayerische Motoren Werke or Bavarian Motor Works.

The secret to their success does not lie in precise astrological predictions or mischievous and blatant employ of corporate espionage, but rather in a dedication to quality and constant pursuit of excellence. Unlike most of the auto manufacturers out there, BMW hasn't focused on a vehicle as a whole but started from its primary source of power, the engine, which has been perfected by generations of engineers over a close-to-a-century time span. The 'cardio-approach' BMW took resulted into obscenely efficient performance-happy engines that literally rocketed the company formed by Karl Friedrich Rapp in October 1913 straight to the sky.

Rapp's company, 'Rapp-Motorenwerke' - that would later become BMW - focused mainly on aircraft engines due to the large demand at the time, fueled by the imminence of Wold War I. Despite the need for aircraft engines, Rapp failed to sale his powerplants due to a reliability flaw caused by unwanted engine vibrations. However, his neighbor Gustav Otto, who was also the owner of an aircraft engine plant, enjoyed a great deal of success.

Struggles to keep 'Rapp-Motorwerke' afloat failed and, by 1916, Karl Rapp resigned under the weight of the financial difficulties that had been pressing against the factory's lungs for a few years. As in the case of other car brands, such as Bentley or Aston Martin, expected and highly predicable 'Hollywoodian' rescuers came along and fended off the threats. Austrian triumvirate formed by new company owners Franz-Josef Popp and financier Camillo Castiglioni relaunched the Motoren Werke by persuading Gustav Otto into a merger that would prove mutually beneficial. Thus, the 'Bayerische Flugzeug-Werke' or BFW was formed.

Shortly after the new entity was born, its name turned into the murmur of what would later become a shout-out for quality automobiles: BMW. By the time the 20's came with the Charleston and its afferent bizarre fashion sense, BMW had already developed a range of highly-appreciated airplane engines that had garnered tons of acclaim - especially after the 1918-improved Type IIIA engine successfully powered a biplane to the impressive height of 16,404 feet in a mere 29 minutes.

The beginning of the 20's also happily slapped BMW with its still unchanged to this day logo, mimicking the motion of a white propeller on a sky-blue background. While enjoying the heights of an appreciated and sought for brand, BMW was brutally pulled back to earthy existence once the World War was over. The Treaty of Versailles prohibited BMW from continuing its activity and the company switched to manufacturing air brakes for railway cars.

Forced by the Versailles-imposed conditions, the company found itself searching for other alternatives and soon enough came to focus on developing motorcycle engines. Over a two-year period of time (from 1920 to 1922), BMW built two motorcycle models, the Victoria and the Flink. Their success was consequently marked by the building of the first BMW factory, that would further kick the brand to new heights.

Although BMW motorcycles encountered sales problems due to defective suspension, the company still managed to hold a constant leading position in aeronautical engineering. By 1927 the company was the proud  holder of just over one third of the aviation records of those time, with an astonishing 29 out of an overall 87. Two-wheeled vehicles quickly turned into four-wheeled ones in 1928, when the Austin license-built Dixi 3/15 rolled out the factory doors.

Only one year later, BMW made the headlines once again, this time by setting a new motorcycle-speed record through their Ernst Henne ridden 750 cc bike, that reached the speed of 134.65 mph (216.75 km/h).

Swinging from breaking world records to engineering innovations, BMW hit the bull's eye once more in 1932, with the launch of their new car model, the 3/20 PS. The 782 cc 4 cylinder powered car was the first one independently produced by BMW. Shortly after the waves of acclaim generated by the new machine, the company announces its next model, the 303 saloon, that would bring a persistent trait in all future BMW engine configurations: the 6 cylinder one.

Only years after the launch of the 303 in 1933, BMW continued its world record breaking streak, at the same time with the beginning of a new chapter in its cylinder-powered existence: the development of the company's first roadster, the 328 model (1936), and a row of motor sport wins over the following two years.

As time passed by, BMW got bigger and bigger and, shortly before the Wold War II outbreak, took over some more factories in the vicinity of Berlin. More motor sport wins were to follow, with Baron Fritz Huschke von Kanstein winning the Mille Miglia race in 1940s.

Needless to mention, war necessities threw the company into military equipment production policies once more. Despite the lengthy world conflict, BMW developed some of its greatest pieces of machinery, such as the R57 Wehrmacht military motorcycle, as well as the 109-300 jet engine which was one of the first jet engines in the world to enter mass production.

After recovering from the 1944 bombings that heavily damaged their plant in Munich, BMW received permission to repair Allied army motorized equipment at their plant in Allach. Due to BMW's versatility and need for mechanized faming implements and spare parts, the first BMW bicycle was born. Soon after the genesis of the leg-powered two-wheeled vehicle, BMW received a hard blow from the US army, that had ordered the dismantling of the Munich and Allach plants.

After a 5-year absence from the Germany industry, BMW returned in style. Crossing the ocean all the way to New York, BMW debuted their first motorcycle in almost 2 decades - following their last one at the beginning of the 40's. More success awaited in the line for BMW, as their R68 motorcycle model developed in the 50's quickly became a standard-setter among international motorcycle manufacturers. Meanwhile a previous model, the  R67/2, reached the 100,000 threshold in 1953.

BMW receives further acclaims in the years to come, as it establishes itself as an engineering force to be reckoned with. The 1955 Isetta, powered by a 12/13 hp motorcycle engine, becomes a favorite among customers. The result? Over 160,000 units are sold, transforming the Isetta into a symbol of the post-war decade.

Besides coming up with newer models and bending technological improvements on their cars, BMW also held a privileged position among race winners around the world. After the development of the 507 and 600 models, BMW unleashed a shout of childish joy, grabbing an impressive win in the 1958 Austrian GP, through Ernst Hiller.

With the help of Herbert Quandt, BMW, still a share-owned company, is brought one step closer to independence. Exterior offers of selling or fusion were turned down despite the enormous profits such a transaction would have led to. The 700 model entered the production lines, together with the R69, BMW's top motorcycle line-up model.

The 60's brought a multitude of achievements with the 1500 and 1600 series, as well as a range of new sedans, the 2500, 2800, American Bavaria and the 2.5 CS and 2800 CS coupe models. BMW proved once more that it hasn't left its king-of-the-hill-of-racing spot, as Austrian racing driver Dieter Quester scored several victories in the Formula Two series (as well as a triple European touring car champion title in 1968, 1969 and 1977).

However, BMW did not stop there. After having bestowed a great deal of mechanics magic upon the world, the company resumed its entertainment through development and unveiled the 2002 Turbo model in 1973. Following the success of its earlier aircraft engine, the 2002 Turbo is one of the first ever turbos to enter mass-production.

Production lines that would become worldwide pieces of success soon came out, such as the 6 and 7 series and the recently reconstructed BMW M1 model. By the end of the 70's, BMW had dug deep into other car-improvement related fields as well, and electronics proved to be the perfect ground for growing BMW's next generation of computerized car devices. Economic fuel research then became top priority. Not only the company was quick in adapting to the fast-moving tendencies of those times, but it also became a steady and reliable supplier of armored cars for different private and public clients.

Racing never lost its fans, consequently BMW never lost enthusiasm in racing. The 80's marked (finally) BMW's involvement in Formula One racing. It was in 1983 that BMW was handed its first title in the series, with Brazilian driver Nelson Piquet becoming king of the Formula One World Racing Championship. At the same time, the 5 series entered a new enhancement stage and was gifted the 518i engine and the powerful M535i. 'M' set a new standard in power and stamina. The M5 and M3 models launched in 1985 and 1986 consequently joined the pinnacle of engineering accuracy and true power and beauty among sports cars enthusiasts.

Research started to be heavily reinforced and reached new uncharted areas through the employment of over 6,000 people. Once the Z1 one came along, the profits kept pile-up trend. Caring for the customer and staying ahead of competition was proof enough that BMW had turned into a true, mature brand. Expansion was inevitable and much like a Big Bang, BMW spreads across the world and inaugurated a new car plant in the US, namely in Spartanburg, South Carolina. The models that were in production at the time slowly received touring versions, which helped BMW cover an even larger slice of the market.

BMW would later reveal the Z8, a successor of the 507, who later made it to the movies. The world wasn't enough and so were BMW's achievements in their own vision. Since 1999, they have been constantly delivering performance vehicles or 'motorized attire' for their wealthy customers out there. Racing has remained a pleasurable and profitable hobby for the German marque, which emerged victorious in three consecutive FIA WTCC seasons from 2005 to 2007. Only recently, BMW engineers and designers paid homage to the M1 through a modern day replica of the sharp-angled 70's original. Sadly enough, the M1 will not be revived through mass production.

2018 BMW 4 Series Consumer Reviews

eraseavoid, 10/21/2019
"Stylish, fast, grips the road."
I think Gran Coupe is one of the best looking cars on the road. Two liter turbo is incredible. Responsive, pulls strongly throughout range with little to no turbo lag, and getting 30 mpg in mixed city highway driving. Feels like it’s glued to the road and corners like a dream. Car feels rock solid. Low profile Pirelli Cinturados ride a bit hard but that’s the price you pay for the security of run-flats. Lighted triangles on the inside of door mirrors for blind spot warning are great. The differences between car settings (eco, comfort, sports,+) are surprising, e.g., eco vs sports is like driving entirely different cars. Comfort is a good balance which I mostly leave it in. Hatchback is really utilitarian, especially with the power remote liftgate. 430i makes everyday driving fun, and on those occasions when you can let it go a bit more, exhilarating. What more can you ask from your car?
thankchase, 10/15/2019
"A Brit Review"
I have had a number of BMWs and this is by far the best. It’s fast, comfortable and the hatch back makes it really practical. The fuel economy for a 3 liter twin turbo is outstanding, I am getting 28mpg round town and 34 on a long run. When you put the car in Sport 2 mode and hit the right peddle - hang on for you are in for a ride and a bit

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2018 BMW 4 Series Coupe 440i xDrive Specifications

440i xDrive Comfort and Convenience

AM/FM stereo radioAM/FM stereo radio with RDS
Air ConditionningDual-zone auto climate control
Ambient LightingAmbient lighting switchable in BMW classic light orange or line-signature LED cold white
AntennaDiversity antenna
Audio Interface (Option)Apple CarPlay
Audio MonitorIDrive system with 6.5-inch display
Auxiliary input jackYes
Bluetooth Wireless TechnologyYes
Cargo OrganizerStorage compartment package
Cargo Organizer (Option)Storage compartment package
Cellular Phone (Option)BMW ConnectedDrive services package
Communication SystemBMW TeleServices and BMW assist emergency call
Courtesy Dome LightInterior lights, front and rear, front with soft-light
Cruise ControlDynamic cruise control with brake function
Cruise Control (Option)Active cruise control with Stop & Go
Driver Vanity MirrorDriver-side illuminated vanity mirror
Front WipersSpeed sensitive wipers with rain sensor
Garage Door Opener (Option)Universal remote control
Heated Washer NozzleHeated windshield washer jets
Heated Steering Wheel (Option)Heated steering wheel
Illuminated EntryWelcome light, front and rear, switchable in white or cold white
Intelligent Key SystemYes
Interior Air FilterCabin air filter
Internet (Option)Yes
MP3 CapabilityYes
Navigation SystemBMW on-board Navigation system
Navigation System (Option)BMW on-board navigation
Number of Speakers9 speakers
Passenger Vanity MirrorIlluminated front passenger vanity mirror
Power Door LocksCentral locking power locks
Power Outlet2 12-volt power outlets
Power WindowsPower windows with anti-trap and comfort open/close
Premium Sound SystemHiFi sound system
Premium Sound System (Option)Harman/Kardon surround sound system
Reading LightFront and rear reading lights
Rear HeatingRear-seat ventilation ducts
Rear Sunscreen (Option)Electric rear sunshade
Rear View MirrorAuto dimming rear view mirror
Remote Keyless EntryComfort Go keyless engine start
Remote Keyless Entry (Option)Comfort access
Single CDCD player
Sirius XM satellite radioPre-wiring for Sirius XM satellite radio
Sirius XM satellite radio (Option)Yes
Smoking Convenience (Option)Smoker's package
Steering Wheel AdjustmentTilt and telescopic steering wheel
Trunk/Hatch OperationAutomatic trunk release
USB ConnectorUSB audio integration

440i xDrive Dimensions

Cargo Capacity445 L
Curb Weight1751 kg
Front Headroom1011 mm
Front Legroom1073 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity60 L
Gross Vehicle Weight2145 kg
Ground Clearance145 mm
Height1377 mm
Length4638 mm
Rear Headroom917 mm
Rear Legroom857 mm
Wheelbase2810 mm
Width1826 mm

440i xDrive Exterior Details

Automatic HeadlightsYes
Automatic Headlights (Option)High-beam assistant
Bumper ColourBody-color bumpers
ExhaustBlack chrome exhaust tailpipes
Exhaust (Option)M performance exhaust
Exterior DecorationSide window frame trim in black high-gloss
Exterior Decoration (Option)High-gloss shadow line
Exterior Mirror ColourBody-color exterior mirrors, blue tinted
Exterior Mirrors Auto Dimming (Option)Auto dimming exterior mirrors
Exterior Mirrors LampSide turn signal indicators integrated in exterior mirrors
Front Fog LightsLED foglights
GrilleFront chrome kidney grille with 7 slats in high-gloss black
Headlight TypeLED headlights
Headlights Adaptive HeadlightsAdaptative headlights and brakelights
Headlights Adaptive Headlights (Option)Adaptive headlights
Heated Exterior MirrorsHeated outside mirrors
Lower Side-Body Extension (Option)M aerodynamics package
Perimeter LightingDoor exit lights and handle-area illumination
Power Exterior MirrorsPower adjustable exterior mirrors
SunroofPower glass sunroof
TaillightsAdaptative LED brakelights with third brakelight

440i xDrive Interior Details

Door Trim (Option)Merino leather dash and door trim
Driver Info CenterDriver information center
Driver Info Center (Option)Speed limit info
ECO Shift IndicatorDriving experience control with ECO PRO
Floor ConsoleMulti-purpose center console storage
Floor MatsVelour floor mats
Front Center ArmrestFront center armrest with storage
Front Seats Active HeadrestsActive front and rear headrests
Front Seats Driver Lombar (Option)Lumbar support
Front Seats Driver Power Seats8-way power driver seat
Front Seats Driver Seat MemoryDriver seat position memory
Front Seats Front Seat TypeFront sport seats
Front Seats HeatedHeated front seats
Front Seats Passenger Power Seats8-way power front passenger seat
Glove BoxLocking illuminated glovebox
Head-Up Display (Option)Yes
HeadlinerAnthracite roof Liner
Instrumentation Type (Option)Multifunctional instrument display
Interior AccentsHigh-gloss black trim highlight
Interior Trim Doorsills"BMW Sport" aluminum door entry sills
Luxury Dashboard TrimBrushed aluminum trim
Luxury Dashboard Trim (Option)Fineline anthracite trim
Maintenance Interval ReminderMaintenance reminder system
Number of Cup Holders4 cup holders
Rear Center ArmrestRear folding centre armrest
Rear Seat Pass-ThroughThrough loading system
Seat TrimDakota leather seats
Seat Trim (Option)Extended Merino leather seats
Steering Wheel TrimMulti-function 3-spoke sport leather steering wheel
Steering Wheel Trim (Option)M leather steering wheel
Trip ComputerYes

440i xDrive Mechanical

Drive TrainAll-wheel drive
Engine Name3.0L I6 turbo DOHC 16-valve
Stability ControlYes
Start buttonYes
Traction ControlYes
Transmission8-speed automatic transmission with manual mode
Transmission (Option)6-speed manual transmission
Transmission Paddle ShiftYes

440i xDrive Overview

Engine3.0L I6 turbo DOHC 16-valve
Fuel Consumption11.1 (Automatic City)7.5 (Automatic Highway)12.2 (Manual City)8.4 (Manual Highway)
Power320 hp @ 5500 rpm
Transmission6-speed manual transmission
WarrantiesBumper-to-Bumper80000/km, 48/Months Emissions80000/km, 48/Months Powertrain80000/km, 48/Months Roadside AssistanceUnlimited/km, 48/Months Rust-throughUnlimited/km, 144/Months

440i xDrive Safety

Anti-Lock Brakes4-wheel ABS
Anti-Theft AlarmAlarm system
Blind Spot WarningYes
Brake AssistDynamic brake control
Brake Type4-wheel disc
Driver AirbagDriver side front airbag
Driver AssistanceDriving assistant
Electronic brake force distributionElectronic brake force distribution
Front Seat Beltspre-tensioner
Ignition DisableIginition disable
Knee AirbagsKnee airbags for driver and passenger
Parking Distance SensorPark assistant
Passenger AirbagPassenger side front airbag
Performance BrakesM Sport brake
Rear View CameraSurround view
Regenerative BrakingBrake energy regeneration
Roof Side CurtainAdvanced head protection system (AHPS) front and rear
Side AirbagSide thorax airbags for driver and front passenger

440i xDrive Suspension and Steering

Active Suspension (Option)Adaptive M suspension
Front Anti-Roll BarYes
Front SuspensionIndependent front suspension
Front TiresP225/45R18 run-flat tires
Power SteeringServotronic speed-sensitive power steering
Power Steering Type (Option)Variable sport steering
Rear Anti-Roll BarYes
Rear SuspensionIndependent rear suspension
Suspension CategorySport suspension
Tire Pressure Monitoring SystemYes
Turning Circle11.8-meter turning circle diameter
Wheel Type18-inch alloy wheels style 397 with all-season run-flat tires
Wheel Type (Option)19-inch M double spoke alloy wheels (Style 704M)

Critics Reviews

For 2017, the BMW 4 Series’ primary updates are to the engines, resulting in name changes: the 28i and 35i models are replaced with 30i and 40i models, respectively. Other new features include a ...
The 2017 BMW 4-Series is ranked #3 in 2017 Luxury Small Cars by U.S. News & World Report. See the full review, prices, and listings for sale near you!
With a small dose of added flamboyance, the 2017 BMW 4-Series is the fun-loving sibling to the more pedestrian 3-Series sedan and wagon. Find out why the 2017 BMW 4-Series is rated 6.6 by The Car ...
Should I Buy a New or Used BMW 4 Series? For 2019, BMW added a handful of standard amenities to the 4 Series. These include front and rear parking sensors, navigation, and Apple CarPlay. All of these features are available in the few model years prior, so you may be better off shopping for a similar 2017 or 2018 BMW 4 Series.

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