The BMW 4 Gran Coupe Guide

Introducing the BMW 4 Gran Coupe

Guide Version: 1.0. This guide was created on 10-02-2015 and updated monthly with new information.

Existing some place in the middle of roadster and vehicle, the four-entryway 2015 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe mixes upscale fastback looks with refined execution and utility.

It’s reasonable to concede some puzzlement over a BMW 4 Series with four entryways. All things considered, BMW rebranded its two-entryway 3 Series as the 4 Series simply a year ago. So why call this a 4 instead of a 3? The 2015 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe additionally has the same length, wheelbase and width as the two-entryway, adding to the disarray.

On the other hand, BMW has energy for making specialties that don’t exist. On account of the 4 Series Gran Coupe, it’s a car in name just, as it does for sure have four entryways. Most would agree that this new four-entryway is preferred looking over the 3 Series vehicle, as it games the 4 Series’ lower, somewhat more extensive and more forceful looking position. Also, rather than a trunk, the Gran Coupe offers a hatchback-style liftgate that improves payload stacking simplicity and adaptability.

What You Need To Know About the BMW 4 Gran Coupe


The 2015 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe offers two motor alternatives, both matched with an eight-speed programmed transmission (a manual transmission is not accessible). Back wheel drive is standard, and all-wheel drive (signified as “xDrive”) is discretionary.

The 428i uses a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-chamber that makes 240 hp and 255 pound-feet of torque. It is EPA-appraised to return 27 mpg consolidated (23 city/34 interstate) with back wheel drive and 26 mpg joined (22/32) with all-wheel drive. In Edmunds execution testing, a back commute 428i went from zero to 60 mph in 5.7 seconds, which is fast for a turbocharged four-chamber in this fragment.

Running with the 435i gets you a turbocharged six-chamber that creates 300 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque, and returns an EPA-assessed 25 mpg consolidated (21 city/32 roadway) with back commute and 24 mpg joined (20 city/31 interstate) with all-wheel drive. BMW gauges that it will hit 60 mph in 4.9 seconds.


On the off chance that the driving element signs of the BMW 3 Series engage you, in this, too, will the BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe’s. To be specific, correctly weighted directing, responsive brakes and an amazingly tuned suspension that keeps the auto planted through turns and makes you feel unendingly in control, yet still hoses knocks to a degree that couple of different makers have possessed the capacity to coordinate. It is firmer than others no doubt, particularly with the accessible game tuned suspension, yet this is showed in feeling more forms of the street and being more jiggly on occasion instead of anything looking like cruelty.


The 4 Series Gran Coupe may be new, however its lodge is right away natural as a tasteful and premium 3 Series plan. The organization’s excellent simple game gages connection to BMW’s storied legacy, while the Luxury, Sport and M Sport offer a lot of reach to tailor the lodge to your stylish taste.

The standard 6.5-inch showcase screen that interfaces with the Gran Coupe’s innovation and amusement capacities is satisfactory, yet you’ll need the bigger, discretionary screen included with the Technology bundle for a genuine extravagance hardware interface. The iDrive framework keeps on developing all through the BMW lineup and alongside that greater screen, the Technology bundle additionally includes a touchpad on the dial controller that gives you a chance to hand compose inputs utilizing your finger. Both iDrive frameworks highlight fresh illustrations and speedy handling times, however it normally requires a couple of more snaps and whirls to get what you need contrasted with adversary frameworks.

The Gran Coupe’s neatest trap is that it offers coupelike extents and styling – a smooth, inclining rooftop line and short front and back guard profiles – with a great part of the utility of a car and hatchback. That good looking rooftop line decreases back headroom contrasted with the different 3 Series models, and the outcome is that those of even normal stature will be slumping a bit to get settled. Legroom is likewise similarly lessened, yet is positively adequate.

The Gran Coupe’s back seal opens to 14 cubic feet of payload space, which may be just 1 solid shape more noteworthy than the 3 Series car, however all the more vitally, it’s far less demanding to load because of the considerably bigger opening. The hatchback plan likewise builds greatest freight space to 45.9 cubic feet when the 40/20/40-split back seat is collapsed. By correlation, the 3 Series Gran Turismo offers 18.4 cubic feet and 56.5 cubic feet, individually, alongside extensively more rearward sitting arrangement space.


The 2015 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe comes standard with automated stopping devices, footing and dependability control, front side airbags, side drape airbags and front knee airbags.

The strength control framework incorporates a few elements intended to enhance braking execution, for example, intermittently wiping the brake rotors dry when the windshield wipers are being used and consequently snugging the cushions to the rotors when the driver suddenly lifts off the gas pedal. BMW Assist crisis correspondences are standard and incorporates programmed crash notice and roadside help. The discretionary Remote Services includes stolen vehicle recuperation, remote entryway opening and utilization of the BMW Remote cell phone application.

Other wellbeing choices (a considerable lot of which come packaged in bundles) incorporate stopping sensors (front and back), a rearview camera, side-and top-view cameras, blind side observing, a path takeoff cautioning framework, frontal crash cautioning, programmed braking for frontal impact alleviation and a mechanized stopping framework.

BMW 4 Gran Coupe

ENGINE TYPE: turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 24-valve inline-6, aluminum block and heads, direct fuel injection

HORSEPOWER: 300 hp @ 6000 rpm

TORQUE: 300 lb-ft @ 1200 rpm

FUEL ECONOMY– 21/32 mpg

TRANSMISSION– 8-speed automatic with manual shifting mode



DRIVE TYPE: rear-wheel-drive

TOP SPEED– 155mph

0-60MPH– 4.9 sec

Price: $46,750 (base)


The Gran Coupe doesn’t contrast in the engine, however. The 428i model offers the same, shockingly effective 240-pull turbocharged four-chamber found in other BMW 28i models, while a turbocharged six-barrel finds its way into the 435i. A standard eight-speed programmed transmission wrings the most execution and thriftiness out of either motor and components directing wheel paddles on the off chance that you need to move it yourself.

Given its one of a kind style and measurements, the 2015 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe has no genuine direct contenders. Be that as it may, as a different option for the BMW 3 Series vehicle, it also can be contrasted with passage level game cars like the Audi A4, Lexus IS and Mercedes-Benz C-Class. Like the 3 Series, the 4 GC is a driver’s decision in that gathering while conveying above-normal efficiency, honorable inside quality and the normal rundown of solace and comfort highlights.

They all speak to daintily cut contrasts undoubtedly, yet in the event that you seek a dash of style with a sensible side of utility, then the 2015 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe is a corner vehicle worth considering.

There is truly no disgrace in picking the 428i, as it is impressively faster than other game cars with turbocharged four-chambers. It even sounds sort of cool and conveys thrifty mileage to boot. Truly, this “base” motor is good to the point that we’d mull over ponying up for the 435i – in spite of the fact that its sultry, torque-rich turbocharged six-chamber would most likely make us contemplate which motor to pick. In any case, you can’t turn out badly.

While it’s astounding that BMW does not offer a manual transmission here as it does with the 3 Series vehicle and the 4 Series roadster, in any event the eight-speed programmed meets expectations incredibly well in both ordinary (completely programmed) driving mode and manual mode, with the driver working the oar shifters.


√ Powerful and fuel-efficient engines;

√ Engaging handling;

√ Upscale interior;

√ Hatchback-style utility.


× Costs more than a 3 Series sedan and most luxury sedan alternatives;

× Limited rear-seat headroom.