2016 BMW X4 M40i Coming In February For $57,800

Posted: Nov 9 2015, 9:18am CST | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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2016 BMW X4 M40i Coming in February for $57,800
  • The latest BMW X4 M40i will be up for sale by February 2016!

The 2016 model of the M40i will come to dealerships in the US with a starting price of $57,800.

The BMW X4 M40i 2016 model is just ready to enter the market. The 2016 BMW X4 M40i will be available in the US market by February 2016. The latest X4 M40i will come with a hefty price of $57,800 in the US.

Additional charges of $995 will also be applicable for destination and handling. The BMW X4 M40i will also be released in Germany by 2016. In Germany the M40i will be available for a price tag of 65,000 euros, according to BMWBlog.

The latest M40i contains extensive standard equipment. The M40i which is a top model will include a Dynamic Damper Control. The DDC is a fabric and leather combination for the interior. All the details will make the X4 M40i an attractive package for prospective owners.

The M40i will come equipped with an M performance TwinPower Turbo engine. It will be the first time the inline six-cylinder petrol engine will be featured in a BMW. The engine will then also be added to the M2 by BMW. The engine has an efficiency of 355 hp at between 5,800 and 6,000 rpm. The 3.0 liter capacity can also provide a maximum torque of 343 lb-ft of torque.

The M40i boasts a 4.9 seconds from 0 to 62 mph speed. The BMW X4 M40i can accelerate faster than the X4 xDrive35i. The M40i beats xDrive35i by a margin of 6 tenths of a second. Full details about the X4 M40i will be released in January 2016. As the latest BMW X4 M40i will make its debut at the Detroit Auto Show 2016.

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