BMW’s entry-level 4 Series variant – the 420i – now comes in a Luxury Edition flavour that adds the most common optional extras as standard to both Coupe two-door and Gran Coupe four-door models and attracts driveaway pricing of $74,900 for each.
Keyless entry and start, metallic paint, front row seat heating, and an electric glass sunroof have been bundled together and equipped as standard for the Luxury Edition variants.
Driveaway pricing for the Luxury Edition models is set at $5,000 more than the list pricing for base 420i pricing, which represents a considerable saving when factoring in the price of selecting the options individually and the included on-road costs.
The Luxury Edition builds on the recently updated 420i Luxury Line’s standard features, which notably include:
- 19-inch alloy wheels
- Adaptive suspension
- LED headlights and fog lights
- Auto-dimming wing mirrors
- Electric leather sports seats
- iDrive6 infotainment system
The lightly refreshed 4 Series range also saw minor bodywork changes, along with revisions made to the 420i’s 2.0-litre turbocharged four-pot which sees fuel consumption drop to 5.8L/100km – down from 6.0L/100km for the Coupe and 6.1L/100km for the Gran Coupe.
Power is still sent to the rear wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters.
The 420i Luxury Edition models are available in showrooms now.
- 420i Coupe – $74,900
- 420i Gran Coupe – $74,900
Note: These prices include GST, Luxury Car Tax, dealer charges, stamp duty, statutory charges, and on-road costs.
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