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BMW M3 COMPETITION Price Australia

2022 BMW M3 COMPETITION

  • 5 Seat 4 Door Sedan
  • Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)
  • 8 Speed Auto Steptronic Speedrt
  • 6 cylinder 3L Turbo Petrol
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BMW M3 OTHER VARIANT Price Australia

2022 BMW M3 OTHER VARIANT

  • 5 Seat 4 Door Sedan
  • Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)
  • 6 Speed Manual
  • 6 cylinder 3L Turbo Petrol
BMW M3 COMPETITION M xDRIVE Price Australia

2022 BMW M3 COMPETITION M xDRIVE

  • 5 Seat 4 Door Sedan
  • All Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • 8 Speed Auto Steptronic Speedrt
  • 6 cylinder 3L Turbo Petrol

BMW M3 Specifications

  • BMW M3 Details

    Price Ranges from $ 139,615.00 to $160,900.00
    Body Style Sedan
    Release Date From October 2015 to July 2021
    Drive Type RWD / AWD
    VIN Plate Location Driver Side Inner Guard /
    Compliance Plate Location Pass Side Lower B-Pillar /
    Country of Origin GERMANY
    Safety ANCAP Rating Ranges from 0.00 to 9.00
    Number of Doors 4
    Seating Capacity 5
  • BMW M3 Features

    • Colors
      Available in
      •   Alpine White
      •   Black Sapphire
      •   Silverstone
      •   Mineral White
      •   Mineral Grey
      •   Austin Yellow
      •   Yas Marina Blue
      •   Sakhir Orange II
      •   Azurite Black
      •   Champagne Quartz
      •   Tanzanite Blue
      •   Smoked Topaz
      •   Frozen Brilliant White
      •   Frozen Black
      •   Frozen Silver II
      •   Frozen Red II
  • BMW M3 Engine Specifications

    Type TWIN TURBO DIR F/INJ / TURBO CDI / TURBO DIRECT F/INJ
    Size From 2979cc (3L) to 2993cc (3L)
    Power 317kW @ 5500rpm / 375kW @ 6250rpm / 353kW @ 6250rpm
    Torque 550Nm @ 1850rpm / 650Nm @ 2650rpm / 650Nm @ 2750rpm / 550Nm @ 2650rpm
    Cylinders 6
    Number of Valves 24
    Valves VARIABLE DOUBLE OVERHEAD CAM / DUAL OVERHEAD CAM
    Compression Ratio From 9.30 to 10.20
    Bore/stroke 84.00x89.60 / 84.00x90.00
  • BMW M3 Drivetrain and Wheels

    Transmission Automatic / Manual
    Drive Type RWD / AWD
    Steering Type RACK & PINION - POWER ASSISTED / ELECTRIC POWER STEERING
    Turning Circle From 12.20 to 12.60
    Brake (Front) Type DISC - VENTILATED
    Brake (Rear) Type DISC - VENTILATED
    Front Tyre & Wheel Size 255/35 R19 - 9x19 | 275/35 R19 - 9.5Jx19 | 275/35 ZR19 100Y XL - 9.5Jx19
    Rear Tyre & Wheel Size 275/35 R19 - 10x19 | 285/30 R20 - 10.5Jx20 | 285/30 ZR20 99Y XL - 10.5Jx20
    Front Suspension Type MacPherson Strut / CS / GD / ARB
    Rear Suspension Type MLS / CS / GD / ARB / Ind
  • BMW M3 Fuel Specifications

    Fuel Type Petrol
    Fuel Tank Capacity From 58.0L to 60.0L
    Fuel Consumption Combined (Average) From 0.0L/100km to 5.1L/100km
    Fuel Consumption City (Average) From 0.0L/100km to 10.1L/100km
    Fuel Consumption Highway (Average) -
    Emission Standard -
  • BMW M3 Dimensions

    Length From 4,671mm to 4,794mm
    Width From 58mm to 60mm
    Height From 1,393mm to 1,433mm
    Wheelbase From 2,812mm to 2,857mm
    Front Track From 0mm to 1,617mm
    Rear Track From 0mm to 1,605mm
    Ground Clearance From 120mm to 122mm
    Gross Vehicle Mass From 2,100kg to 2,260kg
    Gross Combination Mass -
  • BMW M3 Towing Capacity

    Braked Towing Capacity -
    Unbraked Towing Capacity -

BMW M3 FAQs

PMC Says...

8.4 / 10
BMW M3
The new 2021 BMW M3, also known as the G80 M3, arrives as the sixth-generation of this iconic sports car, bringing in wholesale changes. The start of an all-new M3 series doesn’t come along every day, but from the first sight of this gorgeous unit you’ll fall in love. The MY21 M3 is slightly bigger than its predecessor, with a longer wheelbase also extending room in the rear seats. The German auto-maker leverages its Cluster Architecture here, which is set to be the future of BMW’s RWD developments. While six-speed manual is still available, out goes the confident seven-speed dual-clutch auto transmission of yesteryear and in comes a smooth eight-speed ZF torque-converter auto. With the choice of both RWD and AWD set-up, motorists will already be counting their lucky stars, but the inclusion of a new engine is another perk as well. This 3.0-litre twin-turbo features a closed-deck block design, affording longer strokes, more boost and a lower compression ratio. The result is that the M3 can offer up a thunderous 375kW and 650Nm, while launch control and a fully variably locking electronic rear differential add to the sporty composure. Overall ride quality feels more assured and noticeably better. The M3’s aggressive dynamics are matched by an equally pugnacious look with plenty of muscle, yet delightfully tasteful material choices adorn the interior. What a modern masterpiece.

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CarAdvice

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The good news is the new sixth-generation M3 saloon and second-generation M4 coupe are on course for Australian delivery during the first half of 2021. Despite the broad disruption to its operations brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, BMW’s M division continues to hold firm to plans to reveal both models in September, prior to a start to production and sales b...

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Carsales

8.2 / 10

There was a time when the BMW M3 was the entire world’s go-to junior sports sedan. No other car-maker consistently made fast, small-to-middling sedans in the M3’s early generations and nobody ever did it as well. And then the V8 came and the M3 was never the same again, losing its delicious poise in favour of muscle and manufacturing convenience. It returned...

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Carsguide

7.9 / 10

You could argue the BMW M1, a stunning wedge of late ‘70s Giorgetto Giugiaro design, first inserted the Bavarian maker’s 'M' performance brand into the public consciousness.  But there’s a second, more enduring alpha-numeric BMW nameplate, that’s more likely to pass the person-in-the-street word-association test. ‘M3’ is synonymous with BMW performance, from...

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Drive

9 / 10

Let me put this out there from the outset – the 2016 BMW M3 Competition is not only a giant killer, it’s the performance bargain of the year, bar none. Standard road-going M3s have always been quick and desirable, but none more so than the current F80-generation four-door rocket with the must-have Competition package from BMW’s formidable M GmbH subsidiary....

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CarExpert

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Never before has a new BMW M3 (or M4) sparked as much discussion about design than the latest iteration, and it’s all about that giant nose. I get it, photos make it look plain wrong, but up close and in the metal it’s not as confronting. Granted, the grille with some of the largest kidneys on a BMW since the 327 is definitely in your face, but after a few h...

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Whichcar

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Hindsight is never 20:20. More often than not, it’s an unreliable lens, surreptitiously depriving us of context. Take the BMW M3. The established narrative, moulded over time, is that the last generation M3 was a bit of a miss, that the original E30 version was the stripped-out motorsport hero and that AMG has finally got M’s number in this sector. Viewed in...

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