There are plenty of more practical SUVs, but few are as enjoyable to drive as the BMW X4read the full model review
M Sport cars wear a bodykit that turns the X4’s coupé-on-steroids looks up another couple of notches. Plus, they have bigger wheels (19in instead of 18in), heavily bolstered sports seats and semi-digital instruments.
This four-cylinder diesel engine offers punchy performance, aided by an eight-speed automatic gearbox that always seems to be in the right gear. Plus, it’s quiet unless you rev it hard and remains impressively free from vibration.