BMW X4 options and packages with prices

BMW finally unveiled the X4 to the world last month during the Geneva Motor Show, although we will get a much better look this month at the New York Auto Show. In preparation to this the BMW X4 options and packages list, along with those all-important prices have now been revealed

Before we get on to different options that will be available to you, you will be interested to learn that there are to be just the two trim levels from the start, these are the M Sport and xLine. However, if you are unhappy with the current configuration of these BMW X4 models, then that’s when you can get creative with a host of upgrade options.

Once you have made the decision to purchase the BMW X4 M Sport, you then have the option to choose the xDrive28i or xDrive35i, prices of which are $2,300 and $1,900. Both models will come with sport seats, body kit, M steering wheel, black headliner and 19-inch wheels.

Then there is the xLine, which consists of a 28i and 35i, prices are $1,500 and $1,000, and with those come a dark copper interior trim and 19-inch Y-spoke rims.

BMW X4 options

There are various other options that can be added to these trims, such as paint, which seems to be all about metallic, although we can see the $550 metal-flake colors proving a very popular choice, and $550 extra isn’t that bad.

Some of the other options that will help keep you safe, as well as comfortable, then you might want to consider spending a few more dollars. You can go for the Driver Assistance Package or the Technology Package, prices for these are $700 and $3,150 respectively.

These are just a small taste of what you are able to upgrade on the BMW X4, but a more comprehensive options list can be found on Autoevolution.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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