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Sunday, 21 September 2014 17:00

Rare find: 2007 BMW Z4 M Coupe

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Three-hundred-and-thirty-horsepower moving 3,100 pounds from 0 - 60 mph in less than five seconds.

That’s right: one horse for each 9.39 lbs of car.

Power from the Z4 M Coupe’s 3.2 litre inline is channeled through a tight, six-speed manual gearbox. Short gearshift and the precise control of the shift lever translate into a smooth, exhilarating power curve.

Initially, many buyers grown accustomed to the Z3 and Z4 roadster profile and soft-top, considered the coupe with the low-slung roofline a novelty: a hatchback roadster you say?

Perception has changed.

Wired magazine anointed the 2007 Z4 M Coupe the best-looking car in BMWs entire line. Not a small compliment from an insignificant pundit.

Wired also found this beast to be tamed (at least a little) by leather sport seats and with “traction control not [so] overbearing; you can still have some fun in the corners.”

This Z4 M Coupe is a rare find that has only 56,108 kilometers on the odometer, is thoroughly reconditioned, professionally detailed and backed with CarProof and Pre-Purchase inspection reports and a 60 day/2,000 km limited warranty.

 

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