BMW X4 Ordering GuideMuch like we gave you an early look at the ordering guide for the BMW M3 and M4 (you can now configure those two, as well), yet another list of BMW options has leaked out. This time, the upcoming X4 is the target. We told you last month that prices for the X3-sized, X6-shaped vehicle started at $45,625, and now, we can confirm everything else for the newest Bimmer.

Only two trim lines will be available when the X4 arrives - M Sport and xLine. The former starts at $2,300 for the xDrive28i model and $1,900 for the xDrive35i, and includes as standard, 19-inch wheels (or optional 20s for $950), sport seats, an M steering wheel, a more aggressive body kit, a black headliner and the option of brushed aluminum interior trim. The xLine is $1,500 for the 28i and $1,000 for the 35i, and is made up exclusively of 19-inch Y-spoke wheels and dark copper interior trim.

Metallic colors dominate the pallet, with just a pair of gloss options available alongside the $550 metal-flake colors. BMW offers a pair of SensaTec leatherette options, along side a wide variety of $1,450 leather trims.

As has become BMW's forte, there are a six sets of option packages, with prices ranging from $700 for the Driver Assistance Package to $3,150 for the Technology Package. Standalone extras include adaptive dampers for $1,000, adaptive cruise control for $1,900 and a non-packaged navigation system for $2,150. BMW will also tack on a $925 destination charge.

We've wrapped up the entire pricing sheet in a handy gallery of images, available below. Have a look, and let us know what you think of the pricing and optional goodies for the new X4.

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      • 8 Months Ago
      I'm bored of this automotive mutt and it hasn't even gone on sale yet. I dread the Autoblog test drive: "We're having a hard time wrapping our heads around the combination of SUV-like weight and coupe-like utility, but the X4 has the performance and interior that we expect from a true BMW. Is that enough for sales success? Only time will tell."
      • 8 Months Ago
      Loving the re-design on the new AMC Eagle! Oh wait...
        • 8 Months Ago
        Seriously, I was sitting here thinking, "this looks like something but I can't put my finger on it". You nailed it!
      • 8 Months Ago
      Oh my, BMW continues to plumb the depth of derivative vehicles with questionable taste and utility.
      • 8 Months Ago
      nobody ever asked for this nor needs this, what the hell is it supposed to be? seems like a compromise-mobile that is trying to do everything but ends up not able to do anything. go away. BMW, you should be ashamed.
        • 8 Months Ago
        It's not a compromise-mobile. In a compromise, you give up a little of something in order to gain something else. This car gives up a lot, but doesn't gain anything. A crossover gives up handling, performance, and economy, but it gains utility. The X4 (and X6) gave up the handling, performance, and economy, but the sloping roofline takes away any utility that might have been gained. The only thing these cars gained was more ugly.
          • 8 Months Ago
          It's for those that want an X3, only sportier..... Ladies the line starts here.
      • 8 Months Ago
      I'd sad. All I can say is Yuck to this thing.
      • 8 Months Ago
      Just when I thought BMW ran out of dumb new models...
      • 8 Months Ago
      Really stupid.
      • 8 Months Ago
      Let's count the F3x body styles now. ...3 series sedan, wagon and GT, 4 series coupe, convertible and 5 door hatch, and now this X4. Overkill, anyone?
      • 8 Months Ago
      BMW stahp
      • 8 Months Ago
      Who buys these hunchbacked poser mobiles?.."I need a truck-sized car with an impractical size trunk/less rear headroom". Was the X6 a success elsewhere, because I live in LA (which is pretty car-centric), and never see them. At the same time, companies like BMW and Audi want to charge way more for wagons based on same platforms/with same engines as their crossovers.
      • 8 Months Ago
      BMW's answer to the Honda Crossturd
        • 8 Months Ago
        Don't insult the Honda - at least it is reasonably cheap.
      • 8 Months Ago
      Here's my X4 order guide: Don't.
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