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2017 BMW M3 Summary


In so many ways the latest M3 is better than the visceral car that made M3 famous. Dazzling 3.0-liter inline-6 with turbocharging gives 425 horsepower and 7500 thrilling revs. The 7-speed DCT shifts sharply and optimizes the powerband. Active suspension standard. Aerodynamically fine-tuned. The sound needs further tuning, could be a dealbreaker for some. There’s a lot of competition in the $70,000-range, quite a few other great performance sedans.

Sam Moses wrote this review, with staff reports by The Car Connection.

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