BMW Z4 Leasing
Top 3 Features
A bespoke 2-seat sports car.
A comfortable and practical cruiser.
A choice of 4- and 6-cylinder engines.
Why Lease A BMW Z4?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
If you’re in the market for a sports car, practicality won’t necessarily be at the top of your list, but that doesn’t mean the Z4 doesn’t offer any space for anything you might want to take on that long-distance driving adventure or hop to the shops. Passenger space is very good, with tall people catered for better than some of the Z4’s rivals. Even with the roof up.
The Z4’s boot can hold 281 litres, which is slightly more than the cargo bays of the Audi TT Roadster and Porsche 718 Boxster. The good news is that that volume doesn’t change whether the powered roof is up or down. Interior access to the boot can be granted if you pay for the optional load-through ski hatch.
When it comes to storage, the Z4 has 2 cupholders in the centre armrest, pockets in the doors and a compartment in front of the gearlever which is big enough for a smartphone.
By their very nature, sports cars won’t be the cheapest cars to lease but the bulk of the Z4’s engines are no bigger than that of most performance hatchbacks, so costs shouldn’t be as high as the sky you can see with the roof down.
Official fuel economy for the least powerful Z4 is up to 39.7mpg, and even the performance-orientated Z4 M40i promises up to 35.8mpg. If you drive it enthusiastically, though, you can expect less.
BMW Z4The BMW Z4 is available in only 1 bodystyle, but what a bodystyle. The Z4 is a 2-seat open-top roadster.
High Performance ModelsIf we’re honest, all BMW Z4s offer open-top pleasure, but if you want to enjoy proper high-performance, wind-in-the-hair driving, look at the 340hp M40i which gets to 62mph in just 4.5 seconds.
The BMW Z4 Vs Competitors
If you value a brand on the badge that’s famed for its premium performance cars, you’ll want to lease a BMW Z4. It might look slinky but it has a smidge of practicality, too. It’s also relatively efficient.
The big difference between the Z4 and BMW’s 2 Series Convertible is that the Z4 can only carry 2 people, whereas the 2 Series is a 4-seater. The Z4 is also a bespoke sports car with a more focused feel.
The base Z4 is the Sport, which has all the kit you’d expect a sports car would have. The M Sport is a little more performance-focused both outside and underneath, while the M40i properly lives up to the Z4’s roadster billing and performance expectations.
Entry-level and mid-spec Z4s use turbocharged 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder engines. The Z4 M40i uses a turbocharged 6-cylinder engine.
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