2016 BMW M4 Review: Skip It

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Sure, it looks handsome as hell but the 2016 BMW M4 Coupe isn’t as great as you think it would be. And we’ll take a look into why you shouldn’t even consider about getting your paycheck ready for the Coupe.

There are a number of reasons which you’ll have to come to accept that this might not be your dream car. The M4 is great to have your valet be impressed when you give him the keys to your car in front of a fancy restaurant, or you’ll have your friends drooling over the hood as you rev up the engine on your Sunday brunches with them, but that’s just about it.

It’s going to be so impractical with its two-door only concept that would get your date trying to have you sell the Coupe off once you’re married with kids. That’s because when you do have kids, it’s really not the car to bring them around for soccer sessions; how would they even climb into the backseat without all the awkward moments?

And let’s not even begin with commuting to work with the Coupe. If you’re the type that would be carrying a whole lot of tools, materials and whatnot, imagine how you could fit them in the backseat while having passengers in the car? There’s no way you’re going to be able to get groceries while you’re at it too.

Again, it’s still a high-performance car despite its lack of practicality for driving on a daily basis. We want to know what you think of the car and if you’re on the same side as us too, so sound off in the comments below.

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  1. RSR

    January 13, 2016 at 12:23 pm

    Seems to me that if carrying kids to soccer practice or carrying a bunch of tools and equipment to and from work are primary concerns, one should be looking at minivans or SUVs. This is a sports car. Nobody dings the Corvette or Porsche 911 for being ill suited as a family car, and the M4 has a similar performance profile.
    For the performance offered, I’d go so far as to say the M4 is fairly practical (at least as practical as any car that costs $65K…)

  2. Roberto B

    January 13, 2016 at 6:33 pm

    If you want to carry tools buy a pickup…..if you want to carry kids to soccer practice buy a dodge caravan….IF, you want performance, design, handling and all out pleasure driving….BUY an M4!