Hard Top, Technology Package, Run Flat Tires, Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats, Front Seat Heaters
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 3.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 20K Miles, Black/Black
I love it! Incredible fun in town and suburbs; it has serious acceleration and waay more power than anyone needs. It's more for folks who really appreciate the driving experience than for those interested in comfort--definitely only for the young at heart. On the downside, that driving experience equates to a stiff suspension and being in touch with the road means feeling every pebble on it. On the highway, the noise pretty much means putting the top up to be able to talk or hear the radio. Getting in and out is more suited to the nimble, also. It's a sports car lovers car, and it fills that role wonderfully.
Great power, superb handling and lots of fun. This is the last year for the naturally aspirated straight 6 3.2 litre. I love this model as it's simple, no complex turbos or technology to support or pay for. I polished out the headlights, and just did some minor touch up and it's been a fantastic car to drive and road trip.
Great exterior styling, great ride, 2.5 engine has plenty of juice for its size. Handling is great on curvy backroads. Fully adjustible seats and telescoping steering column will make most drivers totally comfortable. I do not care for all the plastic and contemporary looks of the dashboard area. My older Z3 with wooden appearance around the console and dash areas looks more like a true sports car. The Z4 with its brushed aluminum dash and small gauges surrounded by "mega plastic" look more like a cheap sedan and do not compare with the older Z3 cockpit. My older Z3 door closes with a deep sounding "THUNK." The Z4 door rattles and sounds tinny. Give me the Z4 for exterior appearance but I would take the older Z3 for its true sports car cockpit any time.