2019 BMW X4 first drive review: A sportier sports activity coupe

From CNET

Though I don’t really like crossover-coupes as a segment, truth is, people buy them — BMW has sold some 200,000 X4s globally since 2014. And as I’m testing the second-generation 2019 X4 “sports activity coupe” near its birthplace in Spartanburg, South Carolina, I can kind of see why. Along the challenging roads that climb and dive through the mountains, the X4’s performance chops are really growing on me.

In Sport mode, the X4 xDrive30i is firmly planted around turns. Its 20-inch wheels (19s are standard) wrapped in 245/45R20 front and 275/40R20 rear Bridgestone Alenza tires offer substantial grip. Meanwhile, the optional adaptive suspension keeps the body from flopping all over the place. Steering weight is a little too heavy…

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