Used BMW M3 Sedans

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2011 BMW M3 What's new for 2011? 
2011 BMW M3

New standard features include Auto Stop Start, automatically stopping the engine when the transmission is placed in neutral and the clutch is released. The engine starts immediately upon depression of the clutch. Manual sport seats are available on the coupe and sedan, saving weight and simplifying long-term maintenance. Option packages - Premium, Cold Weather and Convenience - are remixed.

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2010 BMW M3 What's new for 2010? 
2010 BMW M3

For 2010, the BMW M3 Sedan and Coupe gain HD Radio and automatic high beams.

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2008 BMW M3 What's new for 2008? 
2008 BMW M3

The 2008 M3 brings V8 muscle and a host of sophisticated performance-enhancing electronics to BMW's ultimate high-performance compact coupe, sedan and (retractable hardtop) convertible.

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Atop a platform that essentially defines "sport sedan," BMW takes all that is good in its road-going 3 Series and asks the question: Why should racecars be confined to racetracks? And with the extensive mods made to the 3 Series Coupe, Convertible and (once again) Sedan to create the "M" derivatives of same, they needn't be. Out goes the in-line six - itself capable of 320 horsepower - and in goes one of the world's most delicious V8s. Boasting 414 horsepower, 295 pound-feet of torque and a $1,300 gas guzzler tax, today's M3 builds on a quarter century of high performance history and - once again - delivers the "shizzle" (German exclamation of uncertain origin) to its own, hyper performance category.

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