10 July 2017
Review

The new BMW M4 CS occupies the middle ground between the standard M4 and the M4 GTS.

But can some exotic weight-saving parts and a slight uplift in power justify a near-£90,000 price tag? We took a closer look at the M4 CS to find out whether it's the pick of BMW's M4 range.

Check out our full review of the BMW M4 CS here.

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11 July 2017
Not at 50% more expensive than stock. Biggest problem with F82 M4 is its spring/damper tuning. True, UK roads suck but if BMW wants to continue to sell M-cars in the UK then they need to accept this and dial it into their calibration. Ferrari manage it, so why not BMW Motorsport?

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