BMW’s all-new M3 Sedan is like a mechanical twin of two-door M4 Coupe, but undoubtedly M3 is a formidable challenger. M3 has arrived with a beastly, new twin turbo-charged 3.0-liter inline-six fresh out of the automaker’s M division. With 425 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 406 pound-feet of torque S4 goes 0 to 60 in almost 3.8 seconds, while topping the speed of 155 MPH. Top speed can be increased to 174 MPH with M package offered by the makers.
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M3 Sedan is easy to drive as BMW has built this vehicle on the principle of consistent and well acceleration, braking and cornering are all within the same circular performance envelope. Driving quickly, with the DSC in M Dynamic Mode give you the ultimate and quick confidence. The twin-turbocharged S55 spools up quicker than the single-turbo N55, and despite a 40-pound weight M3 is really a pleasure to drive along with the transmission which snaps off each of its gears automatically. The optional seven-speed M double-clutch transmission (M-DCT) is undoubtedly flawless but may be sometimes you wish that you were really driving a manual car. You may be a little bit annoyed with the BMW’s latest synthesized engine tunes coming through the audio system speakers. Electric steering is also a new addition there, but now it depends on you that either you are comfortable with it or maybe not.
M3 Sedan’s body rides slightly higher on its suspension and its cabin is taller, with 110.7-inch wheelbase, 183.9-inch front and rear length with overall weight of the car which is 3,595 pounds. M3 has an attractive and elegant interior with vast and additional passenger capacity along with improved appearance overall. Interior looks extremely sporty with thick three-spoke steering wheel, overall upgrades that are so tastefully integrated and do a great job of increasing its sporty demeanor. The exterior of the M3 wears new bodywork, including a new front fascia, a new rear valance and a unique hood while the hood and doors are made from aluminum, to save weight. The exterior of the roof is made with lightweight carbon fiber that provides a better look as well as helps lower the center of gravity. Different Sport or Sport+ modes are also provided to happy some of the aggressive drivers.
Beastly beast M3 Sedan will cost you $62,000 but you have options to further upgrade and customize it which will ultimately bring increase in the cost.