2010 BMW M3 User Reviews
- $39,641 - $45,548
- Competition package with 6 speed manual puts big smile on face
Purchased As New
This really is the ultimate driving machine. In comparison to my porsche 2010 GT3 I am overall impressed with both cars. I have always loved M3 so I waited a while to see what they did for 2011. I ordered a white 2 dr coupe with competition package got it in 6 weeks, stick shift ofcourse, I am so happy, next to any super car like GT3 or turbo this M3 has its bragging rights and respect, not just at the track on sunday but going to starbucks even the super super exotic owners give M3 way thumbs up. Great job BMW for keeping price under 100 grand and more options...read morehide
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- High Revving V8, Subtle Looks
- Price Tag, No Spare Tire
Purchased As New
The break-in period is the hardest part because you cannot rev the engine toward the max 8200 RPM redline. Naturally-Aspirated engine is incredibly smooth and has a beautifully exotic sound. Manual gearbox is a bit notchy/ rubbery in 1st and 2nd gears, but extremely smooth the rest of the way up. The ride is fairly smooth with the 19" option, especially on the highway (but definitely tougher than the standard 3-series). Four-door practicality makes for an easier decision than a 911. Only complaint so far is a failed Tire Pressure Monitor system that took a few trips to the dealer to resolve. Once you get used to the V8, the 328i loaner cars just don't feel as tight in handling nor sufficient with power on the ready-at-any-moment....read morehide
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- Super sharp handling, superb power, slick appearance, exciting acceleration
- Pricey options, not having one
Purchased As Not Purchased
If you're looking for the perfect sports car in the world, this is defenitely it. I've test drived a few new sports cars before, but none of them were as agile and as exciting as the M3. You can get from zero to 60 in 4.1 seconds (faster than a Ford Shelby GT500) and a top speed of 180 mph (delimited). And it completed the Nurburgring in 7 min 50 sec, easily beating its rivals from Cadillac and Mercedes.
The Cadillac CTS-V and Mercedes C63 AMG are very empting to buy, but when you get all of this performance and agility for $58k, I honestly can't think of anything better. In the past you would have to be a jerk to buy one, but you're really a jerk if you don't....read morehide
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