We have now been able to confirm that the 2014 BMW 4 Series will officially go on sale in the United States during the first week of October - slightly later than many had speculated previously based on the start of production in July. Demand for the 4 Series is expected to be high and the later than expected on sale date is partially due to the US not getting cars until the second wave of production. As with BMW on sale dates, dealers may take delivery of cars slightly earlier if everything works perfectly so it is possible that cars will start arriving at local dealers at the end of September.
One other confirmed date is November 1st being the first day that European Deliveries will happen with the new model. European Delivery dates are typically conservative to account for any potential government delays with EPA or CARB approvals which could affect someone taking delivery of their US based car in Germany.
We have also gotten some unique insight into the differences between the F30 3 Series Sedan and the F32 4 Series Coupe including numerous highlights of the improved driving dynamics. Read our interview with the 4 Series Manger now.
Stay tuned to Bimmerfest.com for our in person driving impressions of the car later this month.
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