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2012 BMW Z4 Summary


The BMW Z4 reminds us of a more intimate and engaging version of the 6 Series Convertible. The folding hardtop offers the best of coupe and roadster forms with few of the drawbacks of either. The Z4 sDrive35is carries a hefty premium, but it is the most powerful and the best performer. We recommend the base Z4 sDrive28i with its lively engine, especially with the manual gearbox.

NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent Laura Burstein reported from Carmel, California, with G.R. Whale reporting from Los Angeles, and Kirk Bell in New Jersey.

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