The U.S. ordering guide for the 2014 BMW 4-Series Coupe, which is set to go on sale this summer, has been leaked on the web. As per the guide, the entry-level 428i will start from $41,425 while the more powerful 435i will be priced from $46,925.
Both models can be equipped with three different styling packages that start from $1,700. The luxury variant comes with chrome accents, anthracite wood trim and Dakota leather seats with special stitching. In case of sport variant, one gets gloss black accents, a sport-tuned suspension and 18-inch twin-spoke alloy wheels.
In the interiors, the customers can go for $2,200 premium package that adds Dakota leather seats, Comfort Access and a one-year subscription to SiriusXM satellite radio. There’s also a cold weather package at $700 with features such as heated steering wheel, heated front seats and retractable headlight washers. There is also technology package at $3,150 which features GPS navigation, a head-up display and BMW Online services.
Other notable options available are $950 driver’s assistance package and the $1,000 dynamic handling package which has an adaptive M suspension and a variable sport steering system.