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The 4 Series Gran Coupe was added to the BMW model line-up in 2014 after making its debut at the Geneva International Motor Show. The original executive 4 Series was released by the German automaker the year prior, designed as a sportier version of the outgoing 3 Series model. After the coupe and convertible variations were added to the range, BMW released the sleek Gran Coupe as a sharply styled four-door model. With bags of space and fantastic looks, the 4 Series Gran Coupe is out to compete against the likes of the Audi A5 Sportback and Volvo V60.

Updates in 2016 modified some of the engine range of the Gran Coupe to mirror units found in the 3 Series LCI. The line-up now comprises 420i, 430i and 440i petrols units, and 420d, 430d and 435d xDrive diesels. The biggest seller is the 187bhp 420d diesel, which holds a 0-62mph benchmark sprint time of 7.3 seconds, CO2 emissions of just 106g/km and returning 63mpg. The fastest performer is the 309bhp 435d unit, available only with xDrive, which can reach 62mph in a rapid 4.8 seconds. Somewhat paradoxically, the premium looks of the 4 Series Gran Coupe does not equate to premium running costs- day to day running of all models is surprisingly affordable, and low emissions across the diesel engines help keep road tax low.

In line with BMW's premium reputation, 4 Series Gran Coupe models feature generous levels of kit across the board. The four trim levels are SE, Sport, Luxury and M Sport, with base level SE models equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels, 6.5-inch infotainment screen with BMW iDrive, DAB radio, dual-zone climate control, six-speaker audio system, USB and aux-in connectivity, air-conditioning and a Driving Performance Control to configure the chassis to suit the driving style. The 480-litre boot capacity of the Gran Coupe is identical to the 3 Series saloon, but a larger opening makes it marginally more accessible. The Gran Coupe is also expected to match the 3 Series when it comes to safety too, and should receive a full five-star rating when crash tested by Euro NCAP.

Like the car it was based upon, the BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe is fantastic to drive and boasts impressive levels of equipment. Also offering great practicality and surprisingly low running costs, the Gran Coupe is a great all-round performer and a strong competitor in the executive car class.

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