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2019-2020 BMW X4: Everything You Need to Know

2019 BMW X4

The BMW X4 SUV coupe is one of the German luxury automaker’s more … polarizing designs. Combining the higher seating position and decreased fuel efficiency of an SUV with none of the increased utility, it’s not a very left-brained vehicle. On top of that, some may find the exterior design to be less than attractive, to put it charitably. That might be reflected in the fact that it isn’t one of the brand’s most popular vehicles in terms of sales. But BMW seems to believe in the philosophy of “a vehicle for everyone.”

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The 2019 X4 is perhaps more broadly appealing, thanks to increased length and wheelbase over the previous generation that help give it better visual proportions. Power comes from a host of engines: a standard turbocharged four-cylinder, an optional turbocharged inline-six-cylinder or a twin-turbo inline-six-cylinder that can produce 503 horsepower in the X4 M Competition (473 hp in the X4 M). X4 M variants are exclusively 2020 models. All engine options are paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission, and all-wheel drive is standard across all trim levels.

If there really is a vehicle for everyone, and the X4 just happens to be the one for you, you’ll want to bone up before hitting the dealer lot. To learn more about all the variants of the 2019 X4 available to you, check out our comprehensive coverage roundup of everything you need to know about 2019 BMW X4:

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