BMW M4 Convertible
Before selling my Ferrari California I decided that I would like to purchase a brand new car. Ideally it would be a hard-top convertible and would have good luggage space for golf clubs and additional luggage. Cars in this market sector are very few but I came across the BMW M4 Convertible which had launched in September 2014.
After a test drive and further research on the BMW M4 Convertible I decided to order one in July 2015 for an October delivery. My car was very highly specified and was an ‘Individual’ specification car, due to the full leather with Sakhir stitching option I selected.
There are two major advantages to having a roofless BMW M4. One is the that you can be much closer to the rush of scenery when there’s only a windscreen. The other is that you can hear the magnificent, straight-six turbo’s exhalations via the quartet of pipes.by Autocar
One of the options I selected were the carbon ceramic brakes, and these caused me great problems. After only 800 miles of ownership I had a problem with stones getting trapped between one of the brake calipers and the wheel rim. This scored a deep grove in the rim, damaging its integrity. This became an ongoing problem with BMW UK replacing a number of wheels and brake calipers. In the end I decided to sell the car as they could not fix the problem.
The BMW M4 Convertible specification was as follows: