Company car drivers and private buyers alike will be pleased with the 4 Series.
For business users, the diesel versions are very competitive when it comes to CO2 emissions - and therefore company car tax - although the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupé is slightly better still.
Private buyers will like the 4 Series' strong residual values – it holds its value extremely well indeed.
Fuel economy on the 420d exceeds 60mpg in official tests, even when equipped with four-wheel drive, and in our real-world fuel economy tests it recorded a combined figure of 52.0mpg. Even the 440i is claimed to return a respectable 41mpg when paired with the automatic gearbox, although we're yet to real-world test this.
BMW runs competitive PCP leasing deals, often over a four-year period with a reasonable rate of annual interest and the option to buy the car at the end. The brand’s servicing plans are equally good value, with five years’ maintenance for the same price as some companies would charge for a single interim service.