of the 2004 BMW Z4. Base trim shown.
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- Handling and stability
- Performance of Z4 3.0i
- Ride comfort on smooth surfaces
- Seat comfort and support
- Ride comfort on rough surfaces
- Difficult entry and exit
- Cargo space
- 184-hp or 225-hp engine
- Four available transmissions
- Two-passenger roadster
- Manual or powered fabric top
- New optional hardtop
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Fun car to drive.
The car has great acceleration, good brakes and all the amenities you could want in a 2004 vehicle. The compactness of the car makes it extremely easy to park. Read full review
Love Z4?s and especially this one!
This car is fun, powerful and handles like a dream and Still my favorite Roadster! Super fun with a 6 speed 3.0 and all the bells and whistles! Read full review