2015 BMW M4 F82 [14-20] cars for sale

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Expert opinion

The introduction of turbocharging was a big controversy as BMW’s smallest full-fat M car morphed from M3 to M4 in 2014. The 3.0-litre S55 engine also reintroduced the straight six-engine layout. But although it lost two cylinders, the brace of turbos added huge dollops of torque compared with the previous E90/92 M3’s V8, as well as better fuel economy, with 32mpg versus the less-than-23 mpg that the older V8 lumbered you with.

That punchy power delivery possibly contributed to the reputation of early M4s for being a little wayward in the handling department, but actually there’s plenty of grip, a good chassis balance and a sharp turn-in. 

For a sharper-feeling drive still, you can seek out a car with the Competition Package (which arrived in 2016 with the first of two facelifts). It gets a revised diff, tweaked suspension and exhaust, and upped power to 450hp. If you’ve not got the budget for a Competition-spec car, one with the optional adaptive dampers is worth seeking out.

That said, the standard car is hardly a blunt instrument, and it is most certainly a fine M car – one that’s fun to drive as well as being accessible and relatively easy to live with.

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Frequently asked questions

  • You can find a great used BMW M4 on PistonHeads ranging from £23,490 to £117,950. You can expect to pay from £31,995 for a Competition and from £49,950 for a CS in today's market.
  • The BMW M4 GTS can reach a top speed of 190mph.
  • You can expect to average 31.0 - 34.0mpg & CO2 emissions are an estimated 194 - 213g/km, depending on the model.
    • Engine size: 3.0-litre straight-six twin-turbo.
    • Power: 431 - 500hp.
    • Torque: 406 - 442lb-ft.
    • 0-60: 3.6 - 4.5sec, depending on the year & version.
    • Transmission: 6-speed manual or 7-speed automatic, rear-wheel drive.
  • The BMW M4 F82/F83 was available as a saloon and convertible.
  • The E92 M3 was replaced by the F82 M4 at the heart of BMW’s range of two door M cars. It first arrived in 2014 with the S55 3.0-litre straight-six twin-turbo engine with 431hp. The Competition Package came in 2016, boosting power to 450hp among other upgrades. The GTS and DTM Champion Edition arrived the same year, both with 500hp. The CS followed in 2017 with further tweaks over the Competition Package and 460hp.

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