Full Service History, HPI Clear, 6 Months Warranty FREE, FREE 12 Months AA Breakdown Cover, 2 Owners, Fully Loaded Spec, Vehicle base price when new £36, 215 Price of optional equipment £7, 765 Total Cost £43, 980 Optional Equipment Description Price When New (inc VAT)Sport automatic transmission £1, 690 Seat adjustment - front, electric with driver memory £945 Glass sunroof £895 Head-up display £825 Loudspeaker system - harman/kardon £675M Sport braking system £570 Adaptive M Sport suspension £515 Comfort Access system £495 BMW Individual interior trim, Piano Black £375 Sun protection glass £265 Speed limit display £220 Extended storage £155 Front armrest with sliding function £140 Alpine White, non-metallic £0 BMW Individual Piano Black £0 Dakota Leather - Coral Red/Black £0 Model designation, deletion £0 Navigation system - BMW Professional Multimedia £0 Total Price of Optional Equipment £7, 765 BMWs 4 Series Coupe must face newer rivals in the mid-sized sports coupe segment but its up for the fight, especially in this usefully revised guise. The rear-driven handling dynamics are still class-leading and have been usefully improved. Plus theyre now matched to extra technology and a more powerful road presence. Potentially, this is everything youd want in a car of this kind. Especially in volume 420d diesel form.This is the sort of car BMW has always done very well, a mid-sized rear-driven performance-orientated coupe with perfect weight distribution and a purposeful demeanour. It all made plenty of sense when the Munich maker first launched this 4 Series Coupe model back in 2013.This 2-door 4 Series gets revised styling, an upgraded cabin, extra technology and an improved specification. Perhaps more significantly, there are dynamic changes too - a much more responsive steering system and a revamped suspension set-up thats said to enhance this cars handling capability without damaging its ride comfort.