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2017 BMW M3

$45,998* 52K Miles


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Key Features
Turbo Charged Engine, SMG Transmission, Harman Kardon Sound, Front Seat Heaters, Navigation System, Alloy Wheels
Location: CarMax Phoenix-Gilbert in Phoenix, Arizona 85297
Description: Used 2017 BMW M3 for sale - $45,998, 51,265 miles with Turbo Charged Engine, SMG Transmission, Harman Kardon Sound, Front Seat Heaters, Navigation System, Alloy Wheels
Transmission: Automatic Color:White Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (0 reviews) The 2006 M3 is an awesome sports car. I've always thought the E46 chassis was one of the best looking cars on the road and I still think so. It rides great with outstanding road handling and has enough power on tap to get the blood flowing through your veins!!! :))
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Reviews for BMW M3

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4.8 out of 5(79 reviews)

You can never go wrong with a BMW...

The M3 convertible is a dream come true! It fulfills everything you would look for in a car; good looks, practical and fast.

- TIG, 2003 BMW M3

2006 M3 Convertible

The 2006 M3 Convertible is a car that has always appealed to me and when I moved to Southern California, there was no better opportunity to finally buy one. The M3 combines head-turning looks and head-snapping performance. With the roof up or down, the car looks sleek and balanced from all angles. BMW have not gone over the top with the "M" modifications on the E46 model - flared wheel arches, the subtle power domed hood, wider air intakes and the signature 4 port exhaust distinguish it from the standard 3 series and give it a more muscular stance with no over the top spoilers or air-scoops. In terms of equipment and finish, the car is fully stacked from heated leather seats (with the cold weather option) to automatic environmental a/c. I went for an Alpine White with black roof and Black Leather / Titan Shadow interior and although the car is 6 years old, the finishes are still in excellent condition. Performance-wise, the S54 in-line 6 cylinder produces 333bhp from 3.2 litres which will propel it from 0 to 60 in around 5.5 seconds. The convertible is heavier than the coupe alternative but it still feels balanced and nimble in the corners giving you confidence for the twisty bits. I have only owned the car for 7 weeks so my comments on reliability are not going to be the most fruitful, but all the equipment and mechanics, inside and out, work and work-well with robust build quality and finish - although I can imagine service and replacement parts will be expensive. I did quite a lot of research into the M3 before purchasing and viewed plenty of examples. I ended up paying out a little more than I originally budgeted for to get something in good condition. There are examples out there for what seem a decent price but scrutiny pays off in the used performance car market. I aimed for low mileage and something that has been looked after, not raced, with a full service history. It pays to be patient to buy a car like this with confidence. My only negative feedback I can give about the M3 is that it is thirsty in the city (15mpg), there is no spare tire, the back seats can be cramped with the roof up and the engine note is a little mundane up to 3000 revs (let loose beyond that and the exhaust pitches into the M3's moniker rasp). For anyone who wants a car with stunning good looks and performance to match, for a reasonable budget, I would recommend the 2006 M3.

- SoCal Skill, 2006 BMW M3

The greatest car... in the WORLD

The E90 M3 is the greatest sports sedan in the world. Tons of power from a truly beautiful V8 engine. The exhaust note goes from a throaty growl at low revs to an insane, mind-erasing scream at redline. Despite the bulges in the fenders and hood, the car blends into the crowd - until you open up the throttle. The M-DCT transmission is a little lumpy when cold and a bit awkward at very low speeds, but the upshifts are brutally fast and the rev-matched downshifts plaster a grin on your face. Make no mistake: this is NOT a "luxury car" like a base 3 series. The suspension is extremely stiff, especially with the competition package. But if you want the fastest, hardest, craziest, lap-record-setting 4-person car that money can buy, get an M3.

- Andrew Morrow, 2011 BMW M3

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.