Four-door ‘coupés’ are one of the latest trends with new car buyers, and it’s easy to see why this niche has become rather popular.
If you’re looking for a regular two-door coupé, but need spaciousness, then your options are rather limited. The same applies if you’re looking for a stylish saloon. Hence where four-door coupés in – offering the best of both worlds.
Here are five of our favourite…
BMW 2 Series Gran Coupé
The 2 Series Gran Coupé is one of the latest models to join this sector, with models starting from a rather affordable £25,815.
The stylish model boasts a unique look and a spacious interior – offering 430 litres of boot space and a stretched wheelbase allowing for more rear seat space than in the 1 Series Hatchback. It boasts an impressive list of technology, while the sports car enthusiasts can choose a 302bhp M235i version, which can sprint to 60mph in just 4.7 seconds. Hit the link above and be one of the first to experience 2 Series Gran Coupé out on the road!
The Mercedes-Benz CLA caters to buyers looking for something with more space than the regular A-Class, but with more style than the C-Class. The glamorous model is the brand’s smallest four-door coupé, sitting beneath the CLS and offering the stand-out digitalised cabin that’s available across the Mercedes range.
Various performance versions on offer, while you can also choose a sleek Shooting Brake variant if you want a dash more spaciousness.
Audi A5 Sportback
Audi was one of the first manufacturers to venture into the world of four-door coupés (N.B they’re actually five-door versions because of their hatchback-like boot) with its A5 and A7 Sportback models.
The A5 Sportback is now the best-selling version of the A5 thanks to its great mix of style and additional practicality thanks to its larger boot and additional pair of rear doors. A facelifted version also arrives in the UK over the next few month – boasting mild-hybrid technology and a more stylish look.
Hyundai i30 Fastback
Hyundai might not be a manufacturers known for delivering style, but thanks to this ‘Fastback’ version of the i30, it opens the brand up to new style-conscious buyers.
It might lack the premium edge of other models on this list, but with an attractively low starting price of just £20,665, it makes the Hyundai a compelling option. You’re also able to get it in hot ‘N’ guise – adding a performance streak to the model.
Last but not least is another manufacturer that you might not expect a sleek four-door coupé from, but Kia is slowly adding plenty of style into its range, and models like the Stinger have undoubtedly helped with that.
It’s the most upmarket Kia yet, and is also available with a punchy 3.3-litre V6 engine that unlocks performance not previously seen in a Kia model. With the range starting from under £30,000, it also represents great value for money.