Friday, February 25, 2011

2010 The BMW Z4 Gets Two Engine Options

It has a long bonnet, a much lower waistline, a rear wheel drive system, and two seats set close to the floor. And this is the 2006 BMW Z4 Roadster. And it has been said that this vehicle follows the unwritten rules of the roadster ethic because of its characteristics. It has a front axle aluminum spring strut configuration with a precise rank and pinion steering. Just made specifically for the 2006 BMW Z4 Roadster is the rear axle and this axle is very much able to withstand the forces that are applied by different things and factors that include the driver, the road, and the whole 368 pounds per foot of torque.

The BMW Z4, along with its Z3 predecessor, have been staples in the BMW roadster lineup for over a decade. With a firm suspension, rigid construction, and high-powered engine, the Z4 has been known to take any driver from zero to hero in no time flat. Utilizing the same inline-6 cylinder engine that's made the BMW 3 series the most popular mid-sized cars in the world, the Z4 commands the respect of any driver who knows the capabilities of the car. On the mountain roads, or just driving to the store, the Z4 shines with its true colors.

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