2015 BMW X4 Ordering Guide Reveals Standard Features

For the US market, the X4 will be available in only 2 model variations: xDrive28i and xDrive35i, the best of the bunch if you ask us. The engines used are already well known but a constant curiosity was the standard features the two will get. Now we know exactly what to expect from BMW once they reach dealerships.
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Starting at $46,625, the xDrive28i model will bring you a 2-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged engine making 245 HP and 350 Nm of torque together with a lot of standard features including:
  • - auto start/stop function
  • - brake energy regeneration
  • - multifunction sport steering wheel
  • - 18” light alloy wheels
  • - 8-speed sport automatic transmission
  • - Performance Control
  • - Variable sport steering
  • - Moonroof
  • - Auto-dimming interior and exterior mirrors
  • - Power front seats
  • - Burl Walnut Wood Trims with chrome accents
  • - Park Distance Control
  • - Rain sensors and auto headlights
  • - Xenon headlights
  • - Adaptive light control
  • - Automatic Climate Control
  • - Dynamic Cruise Control
  • - LED Fog Lights
  • - HD Radio
  • - Hi-Fi sound system
  • - BMW TeleServices
  • - DRL
You’ll also get to have your pick out of a total of 11 paint colors that come for free ranging from Alpine White to Sparkling Brown Metallic and 9 different kinds of upholstery from SensaTec to Nevada Leather in various colors.

There will be only two different Lines available, the standard xLine and the M Sport version, the latter bringing optional 20” wheels available with it, the M Sport Package, Sport seats, M Steering wheel and Anthracite headliner.

The xDrive35i starts at $48,925 and, on top of the bigger engine you get amenities such as blow by heater and black high gloss instrument panel on top of the offerings brought by the xDrive28i.

The same two lines are available for the top-spec model too, the M Sport trim level costing $1,900 while the xLine will set you back $1,000. For the xDrive28i version you’ll have to pay $500 more while the M Sport will set you back $2,300.

Of course, a lot of optional features are also available alongside various package. Check out the attached pdf for more info.
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