The 2003 BMW Z4 Roadster is a regular, everyday driving car that can be used a commuter or a handy weekend cruiser to get to the cottage or... Read More
The 2003 BMW Z4 Roadster is a regular, everyday driving car that can be used a commuter or a handy weekend cruiser to get to the cottage or the golf course. However, it is also one of the most distinctive, capable and desirable cars on the market in the mid-luxury 2-seater sports car class. Choose between a couple of different and engines and, unlike last years very successful Z3, forget about the Coupe model. There isnt one. Instead pick either the manual or power soft-top convertible. Minimize
Product Review Summary
21 Reviews from Epinions.com
Apr 22, 2003
Lightyears Ahead of Z3, But Perhaps A Sacrifice in the Fun Factor...
Pros: Uncommonly stable, extremely refined and a marked improvement over Z3 in many ways
Cons: Maybe too refined for a roadster- drive by wire vagueness, styling points...
Everything the Z3 should have been and more... Though perhaps too much "more" because the fun seems to have gone away. Nevertheless, incredible engineering and refinement- a Real BMW star. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 31, 2004
Z4 2.5 - after 5 months of ownership
Pros: Handling, brakes, killer discounts (7.5K under MSRP when I got mine).
Cons: Revs too high in 5th gear at freeway speeds
Excellent Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 22, 2003
2003 BMW Z4 3.0i
Pros: Killer looks, great engine, awesome handing, solid chassis, awesome stereo
Cons: Need more storage, better lateral seat support, no spare tire
Do you need a car like this? Drive one thru your town's main drag or along the beach one sunny day, then you tell me... It's therapy for the soul! Read More at Epinions.com
May 18, 2003
Manly version of Z3
Pros: Great handling, pick-up and power, lots of room
Cons: Seats feel a bit cheap, options are expensive
BMW's masculine change to the "cute" Z3 sports a larger body, sufficient power and lots of highway enjoyment. Price and options are a bit high, though. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 6, 2005
Pros: Performance, Looks, nice interior
Cons: Only uses "Super" level gas. Seats not comfortable for long trips. Could use more gadgets
Great car, even for the high price. Absolutely impractical for anyone, but thats not the point is it? Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 9, 2004
Lots of Fun, Some Minor Issues
Pros: Looks, DSC, handling, auto top, FUN!!!
Cons: A little pricey, a tad delicate, expensive options
Recommended without reservation. It's a daily dose of car therapy to drive home from work with the wind blowing through your hair and your engine roaring like a lion. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 17, 2003
BMW Z4 -- Best $38,000 I've Spent Including Purchase of First House
Pros: Styling, seamless and intelligent engine/tranny mating (wife needed the automatic), point-and-go steering, one-hand top operation
Cons: color choices, no wheel options
Buy, buy, buy! Let's hope for the M-version! Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 8, 2002
Pros: Phenomenal handling, elegant lines and interior appointments.
Cons: Limited color choice.
The top roadster available in the US today. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 22, 2003
Z4 The AMERICAN Car in Germany
Pros: It´s Bad, It´s Fast and it MAKES you SMILE!
Cons: A few sharp edges too many, but at 250Kmh on the Autobahn? Who Cares!
Drive one, It has what I call the Grin Factor. Get in accelerate and SMILE(It takes a few hours for the Grin to go away). Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 9, 2003
Woo Baby Speed
Pros: Great Power, Handles like a baby.
Cons: Shifts like a semi tractor, what the heck
Ask your self this question: Do I want to be happy? If you could care less about your personal satisfaction, buy a minivan. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 22, 2003
Z4 Showing Up The Z3
Pros: The new Z4 BMW combines both safety and style, while being reasonably priced.
Cons: The Z4 is heavier than the previous Z3 and could use alittle more hore power.
This car is what we have been waiting for, it combines style, safety, speed, and affordability all in one. Read More at Epinions.com