Used 2016 BMW Z4 Prices

Select 2016 BMW Z4 trim levels

2016 model year changes

The BMW Z4 is essentially unchanged for 2016. Nicer seats now come standard on the base sDrive28i trim, while several option packages have seen a reduction in price; including the coveted M Sport package.

Competitive comparison

Good ride and handling; luxurious cabin; tight folding hardtop; strong standard equipment

Special features for 2016

The BMW Z4 remains a roadster and sports car, but with its last major redesign a few years ago it became more mature and upmarket--instead appealing as a more mature grand-touring sports car. Its folding hardtop arrangement is also one of the best of any roadsters or small convertibles and its excellent ride quality means that drivers won't be compromising comfort. Although serious enthusiasts will want the sDrive35is, practically speaking there isn't all that wide of a difference in performance at legal U.S. speeds; the sDrive28i can make it to 60 mph in just 5.5 seconds, while the more powerful 35is takes 4.7 seconds.
The BMW Z4 seats two and offers a retractable-hardtop roof, so you can make the most of lazy, Sunday morning drives. Base outfitting includes: 17” wheels, automated bi-xenon headlamps, LED daytime running lights, automated wipers, powered and heated side mirrors, two-zone climate control, tilt and telescope steering wheel, powered and heated seats, leather upholstery, the BMW Assist service, Bluetooth/iPod/US integration and a basic audio system. Step up to a better trim level and you can add things like larger 19” wheels, sport seats, adaptive suspension dampers, premium audio system, sport-tuning, GPS and more. Powering the Z4 is a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that gets 240 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.