BMW M3
(G80) Competition 3.0 (510 HP) Steptronic
72 800 - 80 800 usd
Lease price: $1 380 - $1 061
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Specifications of BMW M3 (G80) Competition 3.0 (510 HP) Steptronic

General characteristics of BMW M3 (G80) Competition 3.0 (510 HP) Steptronic

The BMW M3, by its very nature, is supposed to do a lot of things well, and lo and behold: it does. The M3 is an expert at finding grip from corner entry to corner exit (especially in AWD guise) and remains flat and composed at every point in between. All models come with an adaptive suspension system that can be set up in a plethora of ways, ensuring that you get the experience you want.

On the other hand, the M3 will happily send its tail out and do smoky slides when the occasion presents itself; it's all in a day's work for this sports car. The base M3 in Comfort mode is surprisingly forgiving when simply cruising along and will make an excellent daily cruiser and highway bomber. The one fault we found with the M3 is the fact that it lacks steering feel - a common allegation leveled against modern M cars.

The good news is that the brakes are great. Carbon-ceramic brakes are an optional extra to turn it into an even more track-ready weapon. The M3 Competition sharpens things up further thanks to its stiffer and more responsive chassis and added power, but it does not make for as good a daily driver as the base car. We'd suggest adding the performance M exhaust system for a more visceral driving experience.

One can only imagine the pressure placed on BMW engineers responsible for the M3; here's a car that means so much to so many people and is expected to be the benchmark in the compact luxury sports-sedan segment. The 2023 model year adds a few niceties but remains, at its core, a pure sports sedan. The turbocharged inline-six engine powering this car is one of the best in its class and simply needs that optional sports exhaust to make it come alive. We love how the base model drives in Comfort mode, and the Competition-spec car is razor sharp. We wish the M3 were more engaging to drive, however, and a big part of that shortcoming lies in the lack of steering feel. The exterior styling will still split opinions, and the interior isn't as dramatic as some of its competitors, but at the end of the day, this remains one of the most capable sports cars around.

 

BMW M3
(G80) Competition 3.0 (510 HP) Steptronic
72 800 - 80 800 USD
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General information
Model year
2020
Brand country
Germany
Class
D
Number of doors
4
Number of seats
5
Engine
Engine type
Gasoline
Engine configuration
Front
Maximum Horsepower @ RPM
510
Displacement, cc
2993
Displacement, cu in
182.64
Number of cylinders
6
Transmission
Transmission type
Automatic
Number of gears
8
Drivetrain
RWD
Fuel economy, performance and range
Combined EPA Fuel Economy, mpg
19
City EPA Fuel Economy, mpg
16
Highway EPA Fuel Economy, mpg 4.7
23
Top speed, mph
155.34
100 mph, s
6.4
Interior dimensions and weight information
Boot capacity, L
480
Boot capacity, cu ft
16
Fuel tank capacity, gal
15.59
Curb weight, lb
3814
Gross weight, lb
4872.22
Exterior dimensions
Length, in
188.74
Width, in
74.92
Height, in
56.42
Wheelbase, in
112.48
Minimum Ground Clearance, in
4.72
Front Track Width, in
63.66
Rear Track Width, in
63.19

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