2016 BMW M3 ratings and reviews

While the 3 Series is generally thought of as an "entry-level" luxury sedan, the 2016 BMW M3 is something else entirely. The M3's designed for tearing up the pavement on a track but can be equally at home on a highway or city street. The M3 has the most powerful engine of all 3 Series vehicles. Under the hood, it has a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-6-cylinder with 425 horsepower. Drivers can choose between a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. The manual transmission generally provides better handling. Standard features on the M3 include rain-sensing wipers, nine-speak audio system, dual-zone climate control, and lightweight wheels. Given the sporty nature of the M3, there are also sport seats, suspension tuning and aerodynamic features not found on other 3 Series vehicles. Safety features include eight airbags, active head restraints and a system that unlocks the doors and switches off the electrical system after a crash.

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While the 3 Series is generally thought of as an "entry-level" luxury sedan, the 2016 BMW M3 is something else entirely. The M3's designed for tearing up the pavement on a track but can be equally at home on a highway or city street. The M3 has the most powerful engine of all 3 Series vehicles. Under the hood, it has a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-6-cylinder with 425 horsepower. Drivers can choose between a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. The manual transmission generally provides better handling. Standard features on the M3 include rain-sensing wipers, nine-speak audio system, dual-zone climate control, and lightweight wheels. Given the sporty nature of the M3, there are also sport seats, suspension tuning and aerodynamic features not found on other 3 Series vehicles. Safety features include eight airbags, active head restraints and a system that unlocks the doors and switches off the electrical system after a crash.




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