Did BMW make a Z4 Coupe?
While the Z3 Coupe was developed by a group of enthusiast BMW engineers, the Z4-Coupe was part of the Z4 project since the beginning. With its low hood, raked A-pillars, and sloped-back roofline, the Z4 Coupe inspired force, speed and passion.
What is the value of a 2008 BMW Z4?
The 2008 BMW Z4 3.0i has a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting around $37,000, while the 3.0si stickers closer to $43,000. A loaded 3.0si with most options and the Premium and Sport packages will cost just over $54,000.
How many Z4 Coupes are there?
The North American (United States and Canada) production total for coupe models is 3,919, comprising 1,815 M-Coupes and 2,104 were the 3.0si Coupes.
When did BMW stop making Z4?
|Production||1989–1992, 1995–2016, 2018–present (Z4 only)|
|Body and chassis|
|Class||Sports car (S)|
|Body style||2-door roadster 2-door coupé|
How much is a BMW Z4 2005?
|Convertible||Original MSRP / Price||Transmission|
|Z4 2dr Roadster 2.5i||$34,800 / N/A||5-Speed Manual / 5-Speed Shiftable Automatic|
|Z4 2dr Roadster 3.0i||$41,800 / N/A||6-Speed Manual / 5-Speed Shiftable Automatic / 6-Speed Shiftable Automatic|
How many BMW M Coupes were made?
A total of 4,275 M Coupes were produced, and 5,070 M Roadsters. This included 1,815 M Coupes for North America and 3,042 M Roadsters for North America.
Are there any BMW Z4 Coupes for sale?
Condition History data is provided by Experian AutoCheck. Use of this data is subject to the AutoCheck Terms & Conditions. TrueCar has 19 used BMW Z4 s for sale nationwide, including a Coupe 3.0si and a M Coupe. Prices for BMW Z4 s currently range from to, with vehicle mileage ranging from to.
What kind of engine does the BMW Z4 have?
Dubbed N52, the 3.0-liter engines use the automaker’s intricate valve-lift acrobatics to deliver 215 hp in the Z4 3.0i and, thanks to a three-stage intake manifold, 255 hp in the 3.0si.
What kind of seats does a BMW Z4 have?
Faux leather is standard on the Z4 3.0i, while an extended-leather option on the 3.0si adds cowhide to the windshield frame, sun visors and elsewhere. The optional power seats in my test car had small but robust bolsters; further down the options list are sport seats with thicker bolsters.