The 2016 BMW M3 is a high performance version of the BMW 3 Series, in-house developed by the BMW Motorsport division of BMW M. The 2016 BMW M3, while the final sports sedan has been viewed. With each generation, note the reviewers still the same qualities, great balance of handling, engine performance and scream super-car interfere.
On the surface, the latest version will not seem radically different from the 2016 BMW M3 sedan on which it is based, some beautiful alloy wheels and a subtle body kit offer evidence that this would be something special. Overall, latest 2016 BMW M3 appears to have lived up to the reputation of its predecessors, with one or two reservations. The main point of contention revolves around the introduction of a turbocharged engine, for the first time in the BMW M3, the character of the earlier masterpieces missing.
2016 BMW M3 Interior
The interior is largely similar to the 2016 BMW M3 on which it is based. Improvements include front sports seats, a unique shifter and M sports steering wheel paddle, sitting behind a three-spoke sports steering wheel M. Subtle improvements apart, share some parts with the standard 2016 BMW M3 is not a bad thing. There is plenty of space for four, while a 480-liter boot is generous enough, certainly cars that can offer this kind of performance.
Everything is screwed, but a tester detects that some trim pieces do not feel as good as you would for a car costs £ 60,000 in the region like. It is possible to add a few lovely pieces of carbon fiber trim, but manage for a little under 400 pounds to revive the cabin.
2016 BMW M3 Engine
The last 2016 BMW M3 engine follows current market trend towards smaller and more efficient engines. Gone are the old 4.0-liter V8 has been replaced by a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder. Despite the reduction in capacity, the new engine 10 hp more than before, with 431hp placed on the runway with the rear tires of fat. A forced-induction advantages is that it is very generous torque; 405 pounds-ft is as low as 1,750rpm by keeping pushed all the way to 5,500rpm. You can not argue with the performance delivered.
The last 2016 BMW M3 sends the 0-60 sprint of just 4.1 seconds when equipped with the double semi-automatic clutch (DCT), while the manual issued only a few tenths behind. Both transmissions are excellent, but the DCT is predicted that to be by far the best seller, with only the strongest riders should manually select.
What often suffer from criticism, however, as the turbo six makes you feel. Many hate the noise, the need to resort to artificially channeled the car stereo, to expand a little. A tester also emphasizes that the turbo engine is not able to offer “the razor response like” or that the engines that adorn the most beautiful cars M to provide “attractive sound characteristics”.