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  • Mileage: 14333
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Size: 4.0
  • Interior Colour: Black Leather
  • Exterior Colour: Silverstone
  • Body Style: Coupe
  • Seats: 4
  • Service: FSH
  • Reg date: 2011/9

Optional extras

  • Navigation System Professional Multimedia
  • Novillo leather upholstery
  • Automatic air conditioning with anti-fogging sensor
  • Xenon headlights
  • Cruise control
  • Rear parking distance control
  • 18" light alloy M Double-Spoke style 219M
  • Electric front windows + one touch + anti-pinch
  • BMW professional radio/CD/MP3
  • M sports front seats
  • Electric adjust + drivers memory function
  • Electric Power steering with Servotronic
  • Dynamic stability control plus
  • Thatcham cat 1 remote alarm
  • Auxiliary point for auxiliary devices
  • 3 spoke multi-function leather steering wheel
  • Door mirror memory, Electronic immobiliser
  • Adjustable lumbar support
  • Smokers pack - 3 Series coupe/convertible
  • Engine Power 420 bhp
  • Top Speed 155 mph
  • Acceleration (0-62mph) 4.6 seconds
  • CO2 Rating (g/km) 263 g/km
  • Average MPG 25.2 mpg
  • Boot Capacity 430 litres


Autotrader says:

The M3 is so capable on a winding road or racetrack that it's a little frightening. Prepare to slice through your favorite corners with unprecedented ease. Between its laser-precise steering, robust brakes, and seemingly endless grip, the M3's athleticism is truly epic. And should the tail happen to swing out for any reason, the self-locking M limited-slip differential is there to make you look like a drifting champ.
These jaw-dropping dynamic talents make the M3's civility during normal driving all the more remarkable. The ride is taut, not surprisingly, but every impact feels like it's been filtered through multiple layers of expensive rubber, so harshness over bumps is a non-issue. On the highway, the M3 is absolutely unflappable, maintaining a quiet composure at all speeds. Although the convertible is much heavier and less rigid than its fixed-roof sibling, it's still astoundingly capable. Cars are so good these days that it's hard to choose just one as the best all-around performer, but even on its last legs, this M3 has got to be in the conversation.
Top Gear says:
Superlative. The new car is slightly softer than the old straight-six variant, but the better for it. It is easier to get to grips with and therefore faster for most people. Know what you're doing and it doesn't disappoint - it's capable of steering its way around much, much more exotic machinery. You can also play like an absolute hooligan...
Both saloon and coupe are very comfortable long distance cars - just like any other BMW 3-Series. You can play with the damper control to soften off the ride if you're just tooling around, so it will never loosen teeth. It is louder and more aggressive in terms of the engine and damping set-up, but not enough to scare you.
Startling is a good way to describe the M3. That's a lightweight V8 under the bonnet that weighs less than the previous straight six and it produces 414bhp and 295lb ft of torque. That's enough to launch the coupe to 62mph in just 4.8 seconds and on to a limited 155mph. The saloon is slightly slower but you won't be able to tell


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