2011 BMW Z4 Values

Select a 2011 BMW Z4 trim level

2011 model year changes

The Z4 lineup carries into 2011 with a few minor changes. Models equipped with the available navigation system get the newest fourth-generation version of BMW's iDrive screen-based interface. For 2011, a new higher-performance Z4 sDrive is model joins the Z4 lineup, offering 20 more horsepower than the Z4 sDrive35i model plus a host of other M Sport upgrades.

Competitive comparison

Ride comfort; refinement and quiet with the top up; excellent performance from DCT gearbox; steering and handling; decent cargo space for a roadster

Special features for 2011

The 2011 Z4 roadsters are among the top choices among sports cars for long trips, as they have great ride quality along with excellent handling and poise. Seating is very comfortable, and BMW hasn't forgotten about details such as storage bins. The Z4 sDrive35i models especially, with the DCT gearbox offer scorching performance without sacrificing smoothness or drivability. And among roadsters, the Z4 remains one of the most practical because of its 4-season, well-insulated retractable hardtop and reasonable trunk space.
Redesigned in 2009, the 2011 BMW Z4 adds a new top of the line sDrive35is trim level featuring a 335-hp 3.0-liter twin-turbo I6, 7-speed automatic with paddle shift controls, rear-wheel drive and up to 18/25 mpg city/hwy. M sport upgrade options are inside and out with optional 19-inch wheels, new front and rear fascias and a launch control system. Other trim levels include the sDrive30i and sDrive 35i, with detuned 3.0-liter I6 powerplants at 255-hp and 300-hp respectively, both are linked to 6-speed manual transmissions and return up to 18/28 mpg city/hwy. Plenty of comfort and safety options including iDrive, airbags all around and a rollover protection system compliment the Z4. Competitors include the Mercedes SLK, Audi TTS and Nissan 370Z.