Many car enthusiasts are wondering …
Is the BMW M3 a sports car?
Personally speaking, I happen to think so! The BMW M3 is a sports car that was first introduced in 1985. It is based on the 3 Series platform and has a high-performance engine.
The M3 has won many racing championships and is considered to be one of the best sports cars ever made. However, some people argue that the M3 is not a true sports car because it is too heavy and doesn’t have enough power. They also say that it doesn’t handle well enough to be called a sports car.
Is the BMW M3 reliable?
The BMW M3 is a high-performance sedan that has been on the market since 1985. It’s known for its sleek design and powerful engine. But is it reliable?
Consumer Reports has given the M3 a reliability rating of 3 out of 5, which is considered average. However, some owners have reported issues with the car’s infotainment system and electric power steering.
BMW offers a 4-year/50,000-mile warranty on the M3, which is shorter than what some other luxury automakers offer. But BMW does provide complimentary scheduled maintenance for the first 3 years or 36,000 miles.
If you’re looking for a fast and stylish sedan, the BMW M3 is a good option. But if you’re concerned about reliability, there are other cars in this class that may be better suited for you.
Is a BMW M3 worth buying?
If you’re considering buying an M3, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, the M3 is a pricey car, with a starting price of over $60,000. Second, it’s not the most practical choice for a daily driver, thanks to its small back seat and trunk.
However, if you can afford it and don’t mind sacrificing some practicality, the BMW M3 is a great choice for a luxury performance car. It’s well-built, fun to drive, and sure to turn heads when you’re out on the road.
BMW M3 reviewed by Chris Harris
I found a great video from TopGear that talks all about it. In case you didn’t already know, TopGear is a YouTube channel that focuses on supercars and electric cars from companies such as Aston Martin, Ferrari, and BMW.
The video focuses on the BMW M3 with Chris Harris giving us his personal review of the car’s design and performance. He compares it with the previous BMW F30 and explains the small niche details of what makes a car complete from the inside and outside.
He talks about some of the design flaws in the new BMW M3 and points out how many of the flaws are not present in the BMW F30. While he didn’t love the new design changes he was quite emphatic about how well the car drove and said that it felt quicker than a car with 2500 horsepower.
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Chris had a few issues with the change from the DSG Dual-Clutch but because of the switch, the car was a more comfortable drive at the sacrifice of some performance.
In Chris’ words, the car was competent and fits the price, and that he thinks it has a great feel car albeit the design flaws and the controversial switch of the gearbox. He concluded by saying it was an excellent car and that BMW had done a great job.
So there you have it!