Exclusive Lease Offer on X4 at BMW of Watertown

March 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - At the BMW of Watertown dealership, a BMW X4 lease offer has just been announced. For $549 per month for 36 months, and $3,979 due at signing, the sleek 2020 BMW X4 xDrive30i can be leased. Not only does the new X4 come standard with all-wheel drive, it comes with a panoramic moonroof and four different driving settings based on the driving mode (Eco Pro, Comfort, Sport, and Sport+ settings). The engine exerts 248-horsepower and an eight-speed transmission with an optional manual mode, so the ride is comfortable and swift.

Inside the cabin, vernasca leather covers each seat and provides an extra sense of luxury. The new X4 comes with 40/20/40 folding capabilities for passengers and automatic climate control with air recirculation for a personalized ride. Another convenient aspect of the X4 is Live Cockpit Professional that has a 12.3” instrument cluster and a 10.25” central information display. For an even more connected drive, a head-up display projects information onto the windshield for the driver, right below the line of vision.

Plenty of safety features are incorporated in the new 2020 X4 xDrive30i: BMW’s Active Protection System, head protection system, adaptive brake lights, airbags all around, automatic-locking retractors, and more. BMW’s Active Protection System monitors surrounding areas and prepares in the event of a possible collision. Certain remote services come standard on the new X4 like stolen vehicle recovery and remote door unlock.

In addition to safety, the BMW X4 has many contemporary added technology features. For example, the BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant is a voice-activated central hub of the X4. It can handle navigation, change of vehicle settings, and entertainment settings.

Anyone interested in the lease offer on the BMW X4 XDrive30i should contact the BMW of Watertown dealership as soon as possible.

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For more information about BMW of Watertown, contact the company here:

BMW of Watertown
Joe Thomas
860-274-7515
joe.thomas@hoffmanauto.com
699 Straits Tpke
Watertown, CT 06795

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