BMW X4 (2014-2017) Interior

RRP from
Boot (seats up)
500 litres
Boot (seats down)
1,400 litres

If you’re familiar with the X3, you’ll feel right at home inside the X4 because the interior design is identical, which is a good thing

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The X4 is as comfortable and high-quality as you would expect from BMW. You get generous levels of equipment across the range, with options such as sat-nav standard on all models.

The layout of the dash is plain and uncluttered thanks to BMW’s excellent iDrive infotainment control system that we’ve grown to love over past years. However, a lack of labelling on some buttons can take a bit of getting used to if you’re not fully bought into the minimalist philosophy that seems to be in play here.

It's a familiar BMW cabin, well built if a little dull

Mat Watson
carwow expert

The X4 gets BMW’s class-leading iDrive infotainment system. We reckon it’s the best thanks to its clear menus and logical layout while the presence of a rotary control knob on the centre console makes it easier to use on the move than rival touchscreen systems.