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Updates to the 2016 BMW F32 4 Series Coupe and 2016 F33 4 Series Convertible include design and technical changes, as well as changes to standard equipment, lines, packages and standalone options. Effective June 21, 2015, the Destination & Handling fee will increase by $45 to $995. Pricing information below includes the $995 Destination & Handling (D&H) fee.

2016 BMW 4 Series Coupe

Changes to the standard equipment:
  • Sport Line (7AC) is now standard on all BMW 4 Series Coupe models:
  • 18" Wheel, Style 397 (2A5) is now standard on all BMW 4 Series Coupe models.
  • Matte Chrome Exterior Trim (3L8) is now standard on all BMW 4 Series Coupe models.
  • Anti-theft Alarm system (302) is now standard on all BMW 4 Series Coupe models.
  • Comfort Access Keyless Entry (322) is now standard on 435i Coupe and 435i xDrive Coupe.
  • Lumbar Support (488) is now standard on 435i Coupe and 435i xDrive Coupe.
  • Satellite Radio with one year subscription (655) is now standard on 435i Coupe and 435i xDrive Coupe.
  • Harman/Kardon Surround Sound (688) is now standard on 435i Coupe and 435i xDrive Coupe.

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Lines and Package changes:
Sport Line (ZSL):
Sport Line is no longer available. Many of the contents from ZSL have been integrated into the standard equipment profile of all BMW 4 Series Coupe models, including the following Exterior measures:
  • High-gloss black finisher surrounding the air-intakes with aluminum-style decorative element
  • High-gloss black kidney grille
  • High-gloss black B-pillar
  • High-gloss black element on rear bumper
  • Tailpipe trim in black chrome

The following interior measures are now standard:
  • Sport seats
  • Anthracite headliner
  • Instrument cluster with specific dial printing and chrono-scaling
  • Sport leather steering wheel with red stitching (N/A with Saddle Brown or Venetian Beige)
  • Key Fob with clasp in red

Luxury Line (ZLL):
Luxury Line is no longer available for the BMW 4 Series Coupe models. It has been replaced by Luxury Package (ZPL) as a $0 cost option.
  • For customers who do not wish to receive Sport seats, option code ZNS Non Sport seats for Luxury Package is available.
  • Dakota Leather is required
  • Premium Package is required for 428i models
  • Saddle Brown Dakota Leather Interior (LCLX) is slightly different for Luxury Package, as the lower portion of the dash is also a Saddle Brown color (vs. Black).
M Sport (ZMM):
  • M Sport Line is no longer available. It has been replaced by M Sport Package (ZMP).
  • Saddle Brown Dakota Leather upholstery (LCD3) is available in combination with ZMP
Track Handling Package (ZTR):
Track Handling Package is now available for all BMW 4 Series Coupe models. This includes:
  • 18" V-spoke Orbit Grey wheel, style 398 (23N)
  • M Sport Brakes (2NH)
  • Adaptive M Suspension (2VF)
  • Variable Sport Steering (2VL)

Changes to standalone options:
  • 4AT - High-Gloss Black Trim is no longer available.
  • 4DN - Coral Red matte trim finisher is no longer available.
  • 5DP - Parking Assistant Feature: While the 1st generation could only park parallel to the road between two vehicles, the 2nd generation is able to park perpendicular to the road (in a parking bay).
  • B45 - Estoril Blue Metallic Paint: Due to production capacity constraints, paint B45 Estoril Blue Metallic is a P1 option for the start of model year 2016 ordering. BMW NA may be able to open up B45 Estoril Blue Metallic at a later date, only if capacity allows.
  • LCD3 - Saddle Brown Dakota Leather upholstery (LCD3) is now available for all BMW 4 Series Coupe models. Luxury Package is not required for a Saddle Brown interior.
  • Trim codes have been combined with highlight trim finisher codes:
    • 4FT = 4AD Brushed Aluminum + 4DL Black high-gloss
    • 4FU = 4CE Anthracite Wood + 4DM Pearl gloss chrome
    • 4FW = 4AB Dark Burl Walnut + 4DM Pearl gloss chrome
    • 4GA = 4EZ Ash Wood Trim w Inlay + 4DM Pearl gloss chrome
    • 4WF (M Sport) = 4MR Aluminum Hexagon + 4DX Estoril Blue Matte
    • 4WG (MSport) = 4MR Aluminum Hexagon + 4DL Black high-gloss

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2016 BMW 4 Series Convertible

Changes to the standard equipment:
  • Sport Line (7AC) is now standard on all BMW 4 Series Convertible models:
  • 18" Wheel, Style 397 (2A5) is now standard on all BMW 4 Series Convertible models.
  • Anti-theft Alarm system (302) is now standard on all BMW 4 Series Convertible models.
  • Comfort Access Keyless Entry (322) is now standard on 435i Convertible and 435i xDrive Convertible.
  • Lumbar Support (488) is now standard on 435i Convertible and 435i xDrive Convertible.
  • Satellite Radio with one year subscription (655) is now standard on 435i Convertible and 435i xDrive Convertible.
  • Harman/Kardon Surround Sound (688) is now standard on 435i Convertible and 435i xDrive Convertible.

Lines and Package changes:

Sport Line (ZSL):
Sport Line is no longer available. Many of the contents from ZSL have been integrated into the standard equipment profile of all BMW 4 Series Convertible models, including the following Exterior measures:
  • High-gloss black finisher surrounding the air-intakes with aluminum-style decorative element
  • High-gloss black kidney grille
  • High-gloss black B-pillar
  • High-gloss black element on rear bumper
  • Tailpipe trim in black chrome

The following Interior changed are now standard:
  • Sport seats
  • Anthracite headliner
  • Instrument cluster with specific dial printing and chrono-scaling
  • Sport leather steering wheel with red stitching (N/A with Saddle Brown or Venetian Beige)
  • Key Fob with clasp in red
Luxury Line (ZLL)
Luxury Line is no longer available for the BMW 4 Series Convertible models. It has been replaced by Luxury Package (ZPL) as a $0 cost option.
  • For customers who do not wish to receive Sport seats, option code ZNS Non Sport seats for Luxury Package is available.
  • Dakota Leather is required
  • Premium Package is required for 428i models
  • Saddle Brown Dakota Leather Interior (LCLX) is slightly different for Luxury Package, as the lower portion of the dash is also a Saddle Brown color (vs. Black).
M Sport (ZMM)
  • M Sport Line is no longer available. It has been replaced by M Sport Package (ZMP).
  • Saddle Brown Dakota Leather upholstery (LCD3) is available in combination with ZMP
Track Handling Package (ZTR)
Track Handling Package is now available for all BMW 4 Series Convertible models. This includes:
  • 18" V-spoke Orbit Grey wheel, style 398 (23N)
  • M Sport Brakes (2NH)
  • Adaptive M Suspension (2VF)
  • Variable Sport Steering (2VL)

Changes to standalone options:
  • 4AT - High-Gloss Black Trim is no longer available.
  • 4DN - Coral Red matte trim finisher is no longer available.
  • 5DP - Parking Assistant Feature: While the 1st generation could only park parallel to the road between two vehicles, the 2nd generation is able to park perpendicular to the road (in a parking bay).
  • LCD3 - Saddle Brown Dakota Leather upholstery (LCD3) is now available for all BMW 4 Series Convertible models. Luxury Package is not required for a Saddle Brown interior.
  • Trim codes have been combined with highlight trim finisher codes:
    • 4FT = 4AD Brushed Aluminum + 4DL Black high-gloss
    • 4FU = 4CE Anthracite Wood + 4DM Pearl gloss chrome
    • 4FW = 4AB Dark Burl Walnut + 4DM Pearl gloss chrome
    • 4GA = 4EZ Ash Wood Trim w Inlay + 4DM Pearl gloss chrome
    • 4WF (M Sport) = 4MR Aluminum Hexagon + 4DX Estoril Blue Matte
    • 4WG (MSport) = 4MR Aluminum Hexagon + 4DL Black high-gloss

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Any speculation on 2016 updates for the 4? I know they will be small but I'm sure there will be a Few. How about LEDs for the rear lights?
 

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2016 4 series pricing and ordering guides available!

Another forum had this available...check it!
I am in the market for a 435i gc, but may hold out till these are available for actual order!
 

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HK shows as 100% for GC. Does that mean it's included in base price or another option or package? I don't see HK mentioned any where else.
 

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Does the "Dynamic Handling Package" no longer exist or has it been renamed Track Handling Package?

Am I reading this correctly that you can get the Adaptive M Suspension as an option without the Variable Sport Steering? My understanding of the 2015 version was that Dynamic Handling Package, you needed to get both if you wanted the Adaptive M Suspension.
 

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Going through the options.... my preferred 2016 435ixGC would be about $1500 less than a similarly configured 2015 model (MSRP only).
I'm thrilled that saddle brown leather is available for the car with the M sport package. I don't see the 4M5 (leather dashboard) option though.
I assume (but don't know) that I can still get the MPPK for the 2016 model at the same price as for the 2015 model.
Thoughts?
 

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Does the "Dynamic Handling Package" no longer exist or has it been renamed Track Handling Package?

Am I reading this correctly that you can get the Adaptive M Suspension as an option without the Variable Sport Steering? My understanding of the 2015 version was that Dynamic Handling Package, you needed to get both if you wanted the Adaptive M Suspension.
The 2015 DHP included Adaptive M suspension (2VF) and Variable Sport Steering (2VL), independent of any lines, other packages or powertrain. I ordered it on my base 328d wagon.

In 2016 DHP is gone. Track package (ZTR) is twice as expensive, and has 2VF and 2VL plus 18" wheels and M-sport brakes, but you can't get it on a diesel.

Yes, you can get 2VF without 2VL if you get the M-sport package for 2016. Then you can add 2VF as a $700 option. You are correct that the only way to get 2VL in 2015 was to get DHP, so the adaptive suspension and the variable steering always came together (at least in North America).

FWIW, my 2015 build (328d xDrive no-line wagon with DHP) would cost $3300 MORE in 2016 as I'd have to add M-sport to get the adaptive suspension.
 

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So the only way to get M sport brakes is by getting the $1,700 track handling package? That's not cool at all, especially considering the wheels that come with the track handling package (398) look awful to me.
 

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New member and looking to order a 428IX GC this month (need it mid-September). A few questions for those who know:

1. Any ideas on whether better deals are to be had on orders for a 2015 than 2016? The MSRPs of the models I would like are generally pretty equal once optioned out.
2. Is the MF generally higher on a new model (ie. the 2016)?
3. Does anyone have experience with Colorado dealers? Is there a specific site sponsor that would be good for a CO delivery instead?

Thanks for the help!
 

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So the only way to get M sport brakes is by getting the $1,700 track handling package? That's not cool at all, especially considering the wheels that come with the track handling package (398) look awful to me.
I just spent a couple of hours with my CA to figure this out. I'm ordering a 2016 M Sport 435i GC with M Sport brakes, Adaptive Suspension and 19" light alloy wheels. BMW has made it more complicated by introducing the Track Option but pricewise it's a wash. You just need to warm up to the idea of including the track option. You get a few choices for wheel like 21c grey orbit wheels or the 2pe 400m with M Sport brakes but the wheel choices do seem more limited. 21c used to be $900, M Sport brakes was $600ish and Adaptive M Sport Suspension was also extra. Now instead, you select M Sport and the track options and you get all of this for roughly the same amount. I wasn't planning on getting variable steering but now I have it. That's the only downside. Perhaps a ploy by BMW to move less popular options. My total MSRP as compared to a similarly equipped 2015 is actually slightly less.
 

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I have a couple questions about the 428 Convertible and the pricing guide - First, the price is wrong in the top post, isn't it? It says MSRP 45,950, but I think it should be 50,950, based on the prices listed for the other 4 series convertibles.

Then certain items are listed as standard but are also available as either packages or options - Specifically, under STD I see Comfort Access, but that's also part of the $2,00 Premium pkg. The H/K surround system is also listed as an option for $875, but is also listed under STD. As Seinfeld would say, what's up with that?
 

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First, the price is wrong in the top post, isn't it? It says MSRP 45,950, but I think it should be 50,950, based on the prices listed for the other 4 series convertibles.

Then certain items are listed as standard but are also available as either packages or options - Specifically, under STD I see Comfort Access, but that's also part of the $2,00 Premium pkg. The H/K surround system is also listed as an option for $875, but is also listed under STD. As Seinfeld would say, what's up with that?
I fixed the pricing, thanks for the heads up.

Comfort Access is listed as STD for the 435 but not the 428. You cannot get the Premium package for the 435 so I assume (didn't check) it is basically standard on the 435. Same for the H/K system.

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