2017 BMW M3 ratings and reviews

What sets the 2017 BMW M3 apart from the other models in the 3 Series is the engine. The M3 has a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-6 engine that comes with a six-speed manual transmission with the option of a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The engine has 425 horsepower and rear-wheel-drive. Drivers who want a bit more power can choose to upgrade to the Competition Package, which bumps the horsepower up to 444. Competition Package M3s also have heightened responses, wider and taller wheels, and glossy black trim. The base-level M3 model is well-equipped, but drivers who want even more bells and whistles might consider the Executive Package, which includes a rearview camera, parking sensors, wireless charging, heated steering wheel, and a WiFi hotspot. A Driver Assistance Plus package throws in a blind spot monitor, lane keeping alert, pedestrian protection, and automatic braking.

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What sets the 2017 BMW M3 apart from the other models in the 3 Series is the engine. The M3 has a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-6 engine that comes with a six-speed manual transmission with the option of a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The engine has 425 horsepower and rear-wheel-drive. Drivers who want a bit more power can choose to upgrade to the Competition Package, which bumps the horsepower up to 444. Competition Package M3s also have heightened responses, wider and taller wheels, and glossy black trim. The base-level M3 model is well-equipped, but drivers who want even more bells and whistles might consider the Executive Package, which includes a rearview camera, parking sensors, wireless charging, heated steering wheel, and a WiFi hotspot. A Driver Assistance Plus package throws in a blind spot monitor, lane keeping alert, pedestrian protection, and automatic braking.
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