Used 2007 BMWZ4 M

  • VIN: 5UMBT93537LY53072
  • Stock: P34107B
Located at
Steve Schmitt Inc.
Location Details
    Odometer
    55,251 miles
    Fuel Economy
    16.0/24.0 mpg City/Hwy
    Exterior Color
    Black
    Interior Color
    Other
    Drivetrain
    RWD
    BMW Z4
    • Carfax Free

    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 2
    • Fuel tank capacity: 14
    • Horsepower: 330

    Dealer Notes

    Recent Arrival! 2007 BMW Z4 M Black Odometer is 11488 miles below market average!


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    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4.8Out of 5
    • Great Car

      By Ken on Saturday, December 07, 2019

      5.0
      This is by far the best sports car I have ever owned. Its styling is different, and there are not very many out there, but that is what I want. Before I bought this car, I spent four days working in Fort Smith, Arkansas.In that time I counted ten Porsche Boxsters, and close to that many 911s, but not even one regular Z4 let alone an M model. I like to drive something that you don't see on every corner. It feels like an above average vehicle in normal mode; and it is, you could drive it everyday in traffic and it would be fine. But, get it out of town, push the sport button, and a whole new world opens up. This thing wants to play! It can do anything you can do, with the emphasis on you. It really requires good driving skills to get the best out of it, but if you have them, or take the time to acquire them, the car will reward you with performance that belies its age. On a twisty mountain road with the top down and the exhaust burbling behind, you really feel alive, and so does the car. the seats are firm, but you appreciate them because sitting up snugly against the back, you are fully supported and can feel exactly how the car is reacting to the road. The gearbox takes some getting accustomed to; first to second is notchy, but after a short while, you'll get the hang of it. The car really comes alive about 3500 rpm and feels like it will never stop accelerating, but it will because the brakes can handle the job. There isn't much room for storage in the cockpit, nor the trunk, but I didn't buy it to haul more than a couple of overnight bags. Wind noise is not bad and the stereo is actually very good; I just don't usually turn it on. I would rather listen to the exhaust, and you will too. The gas mileage can be very good on an interstate; I have managed 30 mpg driving carefully, but 21 to maybe, 24 is a more reasonable expectation. It is just too much fun to rev that engine and pass people! If you can get your hands on a low mileage example, do it. This is what it would have been like to own an old time 1960's era roadster that could be relied upon to keep going without carrying a mechanic in the passenger seat.
    • Top-quality roadster

      By Tysto on Thursday, October 20, 2011

      5.0
      If you like the styling and the firm ride, this is a top-quality roadster that holds its own anywhere. About 23 MPG from the beefy engine, great handling, good trunk space--a highly civilized sports car.
    • Style, Performance, Fun!

      By esker curve on Tuesday, November 27, 2007

      3.0
      I bought a used 2003 2.5i version of this car and even though it is the smallest engine available in the US I still love it! Its reliability has been good (with the exception of the convertible top needing replacing), I've gotten looks and comments from people that have been mostly good, and have been on numerous road trips with it. There are a few nits about the car though. The run-flat tires combined with a rock hard suspension mean that you'll be thrashed about on anything but smooth highways (which in America are rare to come by, least of all in my city, Seattle). The electronic steering can seem sluggish on bumpy roads and the car's true acceleration potential is hindered when not in sport mode. Lastly, it's not the most practical but if you're buying a two seater convertible, you're not aiming for practicality. If you can get past these nits, then you'll love this car. I plan on keeping mine forever.

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