Standard safety equipment includes six airbags and a sophisticated stability control system. There’s plenty of high-tech optional kit, too, including a system that warns you if you unintentionally move out of your lane. Adaptive cruise control with automatic braking is another option for stress-free motorway journeys.
While the 4 Series hasn’t been crash-tested by Euro NCAP, we’d expect it to match the five-star rating of the 3 Series saloon on which it’s based.
An alarm system is standard across the range, and it scores highly in the Thatcham security tests, so it’s a difficult car to break into.
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