The BMW M3 is a car that holds one of the most important nameplates in the history of cars. It is the more accommodating four-door brother to the M4 and is powered by the same vicious S58 twin-turbo Inline-6 power plant. Over the years, it has been sitting on the top of the sport sedan segment, and now in the 6th generation, it is one of the last remaining high-performance, gas-powered, Rear-Wheel Drive, manual transmission road rockets and this is a fact worth celebrating! Yes, the 2021 M3 wasn’t the most beautiful looking car out there and got thrashed for the big grille up front and for the loss of the Hofmeister kink by the C-pillar but as a performance vehicle, the M3 still continues to slap an ear-to-ear grin on the faces of the road testers and owners alike!
Manual Transmission (optional)
Super-focused handling on the track
Superb engine character for the road as well
Strong 6-cylinder under the hood