2005 BMW M3 Overview


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4.75 stars

Based on 27 reviews

An Experienced, Smart, Fun Lady With Great Looks And Great Conversation by Oscar
 — The good: Where to start, this care doesn't stop to amaze me. I just love it. An amazingly powerful engine that delivers more than 100 hp per liter without the need of forced air induction. The car... Read More
Bottom Line Fandabbydosa by Stuart
 — performance 345 bhp 0 - 60 4.8sec i've had 182mph and its limited estimate 210mph de-limited build quality only the best appearance carbon black convertible grey leather, heated seats, full electric ... Read More
My Baby!!! This Car Is Hott!! by Lauren
 — Aside from the only two negatives, driving in snow and expensive repairs, this car is amazing. It's 338hp makes it much faster than most cars out there. It accelerates instantaneously. One of the c... Read More

2005 BMW M3 Overview

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Based on 26 reviews

2005 BMW M3

A race-tuned transmission will take some getting used to and some drivers find the 2005 BMW M3 uncomfortable at first, but taking time to get used to BMW's high performance version of its popular 3-series is well worth it. As one reviewer put it, "the M3 is one of the finest and most fun high-performance cars on the market."

Now in its fourth generation and expected to undergo an update at some point in the 2007 model year, the M3 is a "race car masquerading as a street car." The car isn't as luxurious and its exterior isn't as flashy as some of BMW's other offerings, but it is the perfect car if you want to feel like a race car driver on your daily commute.


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