The latest BMW z4 cars in stock
You don't buy a used BMW Z4 to put chests of drawers in the boot or to ferry the family around. You buy it because it oozes style, goes like the clappers and looks amazing with the roof down. An alternative to Porsche's Boxster, the Z4 is pricey new but makes a good used purchase. Buy a later model and you won't even have to choose between the roadster and coupe versions: one model does both jobs, care of a roof that folds into the boot in double-quick time. Engine-wise, you've a choice of six-cylinder petrol units. The entry-level 201bhp 2.5 will be ample for most people, but if you want some serious wind in your hair, you might consider the 255bhp 3.0-litre or the twin turbo 3.0-litre with either 302bhp or a frankly frightening 335bhp. Buy new and the standard kit might slightly disappoint, but used buyers can afford to be picky. In summary, handling is sharp and the chassis is well balanced.