2008 BMW M3 User Reviews

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brianodh writes:
2008 BMW M3 Sedan Review
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5

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great handling and performance

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not suitable for winter conditions

brianodh
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Perfect — over all perfect car. great for regular driving and or modified driving. handling is great and looks are perfect. it is a great family car or car for one. easy to predict its movements and capabilities. it is a perfect car.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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immamac writes:
2008 BMW M3 Convertible Review
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5

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Everything Is pretty much awesome about this car.

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Only complaints are how much oil changes are!

immamac
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Best Car Ever — You'll have a blast driving a convertible BMW M3, there is really no experience like having the top down and rocketing down your favorite twisty road. Everything from fit and finish to the mechanical parts is just uber engineered and amazing.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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byannalfo writes:
2008 BMW M3 Convertible Review
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Handles well for its size...

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Not really a sports car, not really a luxury car...

byannalfo
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Trying Too Hard To Be Everything To Everyone... — I owned my M3 Convertible for just about a year... I had heard from a lot of people how great the M series BMWs were, but I just couldn't agree... I think a lot of people are in love with the name, but in reality it isn't that great of a car... It is stuck between two worlds trying to be a luxury car and a sports car, so to me it doesn't do either one so well... I enjoyed it for the year I had it, but always felt something was missing... it was stiff in an attempt to be a sports car, so wasn't a comfortable daily driver... on the flip side, being larger adn trying to also be a luxury car, it wasn't stiif enough or powerful enough to be what I would concider a strong sports car...

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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frankcredocars writes:
2008 BMW M3 Convertible Review
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best car ever

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no complains

frankcredocars
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This Is The Monster Power — best convertible ever, fun and has a lot of power you will enjoy every part of it, very classie and very elegant, no other car has the image this 2008 bmw m3 offers, and the price is the nicest thing about it

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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sentinel115 writes:
2008 BMW M3 Coupe Review
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Probably the best all round sports car in the world

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None, some greenies may not like the gas mileage, I get 19/gal everyday use..

sentinel115
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M3 Purrs — Has legendary and spot on handling and blistering performance, its really a wolf in sheeps clothing and makes a good everyday comfort driver at the press of a few buttons. I have Dinan stage 1 ECU software and an AFE Mach 1 cat back exhaust which places it in the 445HP range 300+ ft lb. Will be keeping this vehicle for some time to come..

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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rkoonce writes:
2008 BMW M3 Coupe Review
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5

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Power, sound and style are awesome.

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Logic7 Enhanced Premium Sound cuts the bass as you go faster or turn up the stereo.  The DSP Processing in the head unit and MOST fiber network makes adding additional amplifier not as effective, as if raw analog source could be tapped into.

rkoonce
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The Bmw M3 Lives Up To The Ultimate Driving Machine Reputation. — The car looks, drives, and handles great. You would think that for the pricetag, that a factory alarm would be standard; however, it is not. No complaints about the driving or handling of the car, but the technology integration could be a bit better. I am not a fan of the Logic7 fiber network, and the limitations it imposes on customizing the sound system.

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Peter writes:
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power

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fuel

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Very Good Power Car — the best car a ever own ,nice and safe to drive ,fun factor high .performance top bracking top .cost are not to crazy for a power car .after 4 year still love this car . nice look in whit and carbon roof

Primary Use: Family transportation

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daveth1218 writes:
2008 BMW M3 Coupe Review
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It's an M3, so pretty much everything.  Handing is best in class.  Power is awesome.  Ride is terrific.  The sound of the engine at 8400 rpm is amazing.

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I'd have to say that the electronic accessories (such as the iPod interface) is not as good as it could be, and the keyless ignition is nothing more than an annoying gimmick.  Also, the two cup holders are terrible.  

daveth1218
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Simply The Greatest Value In High Performance Motoring — This is my second M3. My love for this car just keeps growing. It is a fabulous car both as a commuter and as a track car. It has two distinctly different personalities. On the street it can simply be a 3-series with extra torque. But on the track, above 6,000 rpm it morphs into a shrieking V8 with grip that has no end. What's so amazing to me is that everything that competes with the M3, including the 911SC, the F430 and the GTR all retail for close to DOUBLE the cost of a new M3. What a deal.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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지훈 writes:
2008 BMW M3 Coupe Review
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Performance, Drivability, Comfort, Design.

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Reliability, Transmission.

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2008 Bmw E92 M3 — The 2008 E92 BMW M3 is an amazing car, in which I can't really describe in this small square with the amount of time I currently have. It performs marvelously, is comfortable to drive, and is fantastic for both daily and spirited aggressive use. The M Dynamic function works like a magician to give you that balance of slide versus grip, and the power and torque come on quickly and steadily. The only qualm I have about this car is quality: the engine has already broken once (there is a TSB for this) and the manual transmission has a intermittent grinding issue, present in an estimated 5% of these cars, which BMW flat out refuses to acknowledge, for fear of losing money. The DCT also has a few issues as well, although there is currently a fix for it available.

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Ashkaun writes:
2008 BMW M3 Coupe Review
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Good overall performance especially its handling & Practical & Luxurious & good price

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A little heavy & Its looks are ok

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2008 Bmw M3 — THE VERDICT: PERFORMANCE is incredible!! Very Powerfull Engine, accelerates beautifully(0-60 in 4.1), top speed is ok (161mph), Brakes stop on a dime. Its handling is the best thanks to the amazing suspension and tiny racing steering wheel. A little heavy though (3652 lbs) ROAD has great luxuries such as a nice sat nav system. Very practical but a little thirsty when it comes to gas (14/20 MPG). Amazing price for its performance ($60,000). Looks like every other BMW. It can definitely street race!!!!! I know, i did it!!

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