NEW BMW M4 FOR SALE IN WILKES-BARRE, PA

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The BMW M4

Every now and then, BMW likes to throw a curve ball. Such is the case with the BMW M4. Let us explain. BMW used to offer a 3 Series coupe and sedan, along with an M3 variant, also offered in coupe and Sedan configurations. Things were good in the motoring world, if not confusing. That's when the company decided to clean up the naming parameters, instead making the M3 a sedan, while making the M4 a coupe.

Less is more.

In the case of the M4, less is more. Instead of the previous generation of M cars, the new M4 includes a new, lighter twin-turbocharged inline six-cylinder M-Power engine that is lighter in weight than the V8 it replaces and more powerful to boot. Now producing 425 horsepower between 5,500-7,300 rpm, and 406 lb-ft of torque from 1,850 to 5,500 rpm, it is 25-percent more efficient than ever before, and capable of a zero to 60 mph jaunt in 3.9 seconds. Buyers can also take advantage of the available competition package which will boost power to 444 horsepower. There's also a choice in transmissions that includes a six-speed manual gearbox or an M-spec seven-speed dual clutch transmission (DCT) which includes two clutch packs that operate in an A-B fashion, operating one gear on one clutch while preloading the next appropriate gear on the other clutch. The result is the next gear is always ready for up- or downshift, enabling smoother, more efficient performance.

Lightweighting.

BMW engineering has done their part to help lessen the load on the new M4 Coupe. Achieved through high-tech fabrication, the overall vehicle weight has been reduced by nearly 177 pounds. Through the use of aluminum fenders and power dome hood as well as a carbon fiber reinforced plastic roof and decklid, the entire center of gravity of the BMW M4 Coupe has been lowered to provide better handling especially while negotiating turns, curves and for enthusiastic driving on street and track.

With the emphasis on performance, M4 owners can feel free to drive without concern for any overheating issues. The new BMW M4 Coupe is outfitted with a track-specified cooling system to ensure the transmission, engine and turbocharging systems are all kept within optimal operating range at all times. Such extra cooling is enhanced through the use of new expansive cooling intakes in the front air dam, coupled with an aerodynamic diffuser at the rear. Clearly, this BMW M4 is going places.

Powerladen.

The rear-wheel-drive system on the BMW M4 Coupe is now more refined than ever. Utilizing hollow lightweight output shafts at the rear differential and with the available Active M Differential, a limited-slip arrangement works to optimize traction and directional stability. That LSD syncs up with the Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) system which senses the action of the accelerator, rotational speed of the wheels, and the car's yaw rate to help it transition through a curve or piece of road with challenging traction, sending anywhere from 0-100 percent to the wheel in need. The result is a minimal amount of wheel slippage with increased traction at every turn.

From every turn, the BMW M4 Coupe is clearly meant to move. With the swoopiness of the front ground effects air dam, to the intake and air curtains that slipstream airflow past the turbulence of the front wheel openings, all the way up the flanks and ending at the rear decklid spoiler, one thing is certain:  This BMW M4 is a high-performance purpose-built race car for the street.