Love the convertible hardtop in rainy Portland. Have received many compliments on the appearance of this car.
2003 BMW Z4Roadster Guy - Kingman,AZ01/05/2012
This is a fun roadster (two place, rear wheel drive, convertible) in the tradition of the classic English sports car. My first car was a 1953 MG-TD so it feels really good to be back in a roadster, but after 50 years of automotive development this 2003 BMW Z4 is vastly improved over the MG. The five speed gear box is really smooth, steering and handling is precise, the 2.5 liter inline six is flawless with enough power to propel the car as fast as you care to go. So if you like the sensation of wind in your hair and feeling the sunshine on your face and being as one with the car the Z4 could be for you.
Great little sports car
2011 BMW Z4Charles Brunson - Temple, TX09/19/2016
This is a great vehicle if you are looking for a sports car whose design recalls the British sports cars of the 50s and 60s. The long hood and short rear deck have always been among my favorite designs. The straight six is a wonderful motor and will spin the wheels in third. It turns on a dime, and the automatic works well though it is a different animal than a regular automatic. I love the retractable hardtop and the car's profile with the top down. Overall, it's a fantastic car if you can afford to have other vehicles for work/family and drive this one on weekends or when running errands.
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