BMW M4 Deals

Deal summary
rrp
£60,985
Average carwow saving:
cash
£9,602
finance
£10,602
All carwow deals include:
Full UK manufacturer warranty
Local servicing anywhere

Discover our wide selection of deals for every type of M4. Just tell us which car you want, how you want it and we will bring to you offers from our BMW approved dealers close to you.

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4 engines available with this trim.
  • 3.0 litres
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2 doors
RRP
£60,985
DEALS FROM
Cash
£52,640
PCP Finance
£51,640
With finance deposit contribution of £1,000
Representative APR
BMW approved dealers
  • 3.0 litres
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 2 doors
RRP
£63,110
DEALS FROM
Cash
£47,960
PCP Finance
£53,368
With finance deposit contribution of £1,000
Representative APR
BMW approved dealers
  • 3.0 litres
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2 doors
RRP
£63,985
DEALS FROM
Cash
£55,190
PCP Finance
£53,690
With finance deposit contribution of £1,500
Representative APR
BMW approved dealers
  • 3.0 litres
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 2 doors
RRP
£66,110
DEALS FROM
Cash
£56,590
PCP Finance
£55,418
With finance deposit contribution of £1,500
Representative APR
BMW approved dealers
1 engine available with this trim.
  • 3.0 litres
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 2 doors
RRP
£91,095
DEALS FROM
Cash
£78,155
PCP Finance
£78,155
With finance deposit contribution of £0
Representative APR 0.00%
BMW approved dealers
Is the M4 right for you?

An M4, you say? That’s right, BMW has renamed what would previously have been known as an M3 coupe, to bring the latest sporting two-door in line with the “odd numbers for saloons, even for coupes” logic of the rest of the range. It’s a rival to models such as the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe, Porsche 911 and Jaguar F-Type.

Mat Watson
carwow expert
About M4

With 0-60 times in the low four-second range, the M4 has lost nothing of its mad-hatter nature in the rebranding, but the way it delivers that performance is rather different. The old V8 engine has gone, replaced by an inline six-cylinder like older M3s… albeit turbocharged this time.

And it’s the turbos that define the M4 – they deliver huge slugs of torque from low down in the engine’s operating speeds, for effortless performance – the complete opposite of the outgoing car that needed to be…

An M4, you say? That’s right, BMW has renamed what would previously have been known as an M3 coupe, to bring the latest sporting two-door in line with the “odd numbers for saloons, even for coupes” logic of the rest of the range. It’s a rival to models such as the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe, Porsche 911 and Jaguar F-Type.

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