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it may be a grower, my 1st thought was it needs some kind of styling mods, front splitter / rear defuser, decent wheels, dropped slightly, a little twist to make it stand out, but not chavey.

No doubt some company will have some thing for the car soon

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it may be a grower, my 1st thought was it needs some kind of styling mods, front splitter / rear defuser, decent wheels, dropped slightly, a little twist to make it stand out, but not chavey.

No doubt some company will have some thing for the car soon

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it may be a grower, my 1st thought was it needs some kind of styling mods, front splitter / rear defuser, decent wheels, dropped slightly, a little twist to make it stand out, but not chavey.

No doubt some company will have some thing for the car soon

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Ha Ha,,,,,,,,,,,,,Chuckle Worthey,,,

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What's the point in it exactly? Just looks like another 3 Series

It looks completely different to the 3 series imo

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To those who say its ugly i guarantee when you see one in the metal you will think its mind blowing.

For me this is like a downsized 6 series with much more attractive and intricate detailing. Great looking car imo.

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Incase no one has seen this a full review of the 4 series. SE gets 18 inch alloy wheels as standard. hmm, nice

http://www.parkers.co.uk/cars/reviews/bmw/4-series/coupe-2013/comfort/

That just means that by the time people on here get their hands on them they'll be wanting to fit 22" wheels with a bit of tyre stretch :P

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Hahaha. Good one. But then they would not be able to lower it to the floor. Lol<br /><br />Sent from my GT-N7000<br /><br />

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Incase no one has seen this a full review of the 4 series. SE gets 18 inch alloy wheels as standard. hmm, nice

http://www.parkers.co.uk/cars/reviews/bmw/4-series/coupe-2013/comfort/

that's nothing to get excited about, all it means is that just like every other fatter-than-the-last-model new car, designers run out of ways to disguise the bulk so they just put big wheels on them to make the car look smaller. Like Mit says, the reality of it is, in order to make it look 'better' people will be looking to fit 19's at the very least. In fact i'd bet the m-sport version will come with 19's.

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Looks mint with all the performance mods, and in the RIGHT colours (the grey and black), looks ming ming ming in that red with no performance mods tho.

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saw one in flesh last night, it GORGEOUS photos does not do it justice. long for a coupe though but no different from an A5, the backlights are just OOHHH

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I reckon I'll order one of these for my next car... In a couple of years :)

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Saw my first 435i in Estoril today, looked AMAZING :wub: . Driver looked confused at my gawping at it as i overtook on the dual-carriageway

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Probably better to look at the road ahead :P

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Given that they are selling more now than they have ever sold before, I think they are therefore more desirable!

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Very true but 20 years ago everybody drove ford escorts etc today most people drive audi vw bmw

I remember when a company car ment a mk2 cavalier Or Sierra most company cars ar vag or bmw these days hence more on the road don't get me wrong I'm just getting old and see a modern bmw as a bit ugly lardy and generic tbh viva la 80's and 90's :0)

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