2021 BMW 430i M Sport Review | Coupe Better Than A 3-Series?

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The BMW 4-series was launched last year in October with a redesigned front end with a bigger grille. The BMW grilles are one of its signature design features. But these big BMW grille had a mixed reaction from their fan base. Honestly, these grilles actually look pretty good on the new 4-series and after spending a few days with the 430i, I can assure you that these grilles grow on you.

The BMW 430i 2021 comes with a 2.0-Litre, turbocharged, 4-cylinder petrol engine that produces 258 bhp and 400 Nm of torque. The engine on this 4-series 2021 is one of the best ones I have driven. It has smooth power and torque delivery graph. While this engine is mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox and has a rear-wheel-drive (RWD). As a part of the M Sport package, you get an M Sport differential, Adaptive M Suspension, M Sport body kit, M Sport seats and an M Sport Steering.

On the technology front, the 2021 BMW 430i coupe has the latest and the upgraded infotainment system which is the BMW iDrive 7 Infotainment System which is a 10.3 touchscreen. There is also a BMW gesture control system, BMW Concierge service and BMW assistant. The new BMW 4 series 2021 also comes with a Harman Kardon premium sound system.

It also has all the safety systems including a brilliant 360-degree camera system. The BMW coupe has also got a better rear-seat room when you compare it to the other German cars in its segment.

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