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BMW Individual metallic paint - Aventurine red III
This deep burgundy colour gives the 4 Series a classy look and is especially striking when paired with the Cerium grey 19-inch wheels. It’s limited to the top trim and isn’t cheap, but is still worth a look. It shouldn’t need constant cleaning like lighter reds, either.
BMW Individual metallic paint - Dravit grey
Greys are popular with UK car buyers, and Dravit grey is certain to appeal to a large cross-section of BMW 4 Series buyers. It gives the sporty coupe an elegant yet dynamic look and shouldn’t show up dirt easily. You do pay extra for it, though.
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BMW Individual metallic paint - Tanzanite blue
Depending on the trim you pick, there are up to four shades of blue on offer. Tanzanite blue is the darkest of the lot, and arguably the most elegant. It looks great with the Cerium grey alloy wheels, as well as the lighter oyster or ivory leather interiors. It hides dust and dirt well, although a good wash really brings out its metallic shine.
Solid - Alpine white
Your only free option across all trim levels, Solid Alpine white is likely to be one of the more popular colour choices. It gives the 4 Series a crisp and clean look and should help with residual values as whites are always popular. Just be prepared to get the hose and bucket out regularly to keep it looking shiny.
Metallic - Arctic race blue
This cool and frosty blue shade is both sporty and posh looking, although it will need regular cleaning as the light colour shows up road grime easily. It should help with residual values too, as blues are always popular with car buyers.
Metallic - Black sapphire
For that stealthy look, Black sapphire is a great choice on the 4 Series. Especially so on the top M Model trims which have dark exterior detailing. It won’t need constant washing, but dry the car thoroughly when you do as dirty swirl marks can be quite obvious.
Metallic - Brooklyn grey
A light and bright shade of grey that highlights the sporty lines of the 4 Series to good effect. It will suit those looking for a more subdued colour option. Used car buyers tend to favour greys over most other colours, so it should be popular when you sell it on.
Metallic - Mineral white
Mineral white adds a metallic finish to the body panels which looks great when it is clean and shiny. It is free on the top trim but costs the same as some more interesting colour choices on base models, so you may want to look at the no-cost solid finish Alpine white first.
Metallic - Portimao blue
The sportiest and boldest shade of blue on offer. It benefits from a set of large alloy wheels and looks particularly eye-catching on the top trim with its darker exterior detailing. However, if you prefer not to get noticed at every traffic light, then you may prefer a less vibrant option.
Metallic - Sanremo green
You certainly won’t lose your car in a parking lot when it’s painted in Sanremo green. This bright and shiny shade of green definitely gives the 4 Series a sporty vibe, but it may not be to everyone’s taste. Even though greens aren’t always popular on the used car market, this shade is still worth a look.
Metallic - Cape york green
BMW Individual frozen paint - Frozen portimao blue
Reserved for the top M Model trim, Frozen portimao blue looks stunning thanks to its frosted finish. It will certainly be popular on the used car market, not only because of its unique looks, but also because of its rarity thanks to a rather steep price.
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