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Performance

The 3.2-litre engine is capable of 338bhp output and the acceleration to the 155mph top speed is seamlessly smooth and it completes the 0-60mph sprint in an effortless 4.5 seconds. Comparatively, it outperforms against the Porsche Cayman S, which can manage a higher top speed, but only does a 0-60mph run in 5.2 seconds. The handling of the M3 is where it shines the most as it is balanced, responsive, and although noisy on the motorway, that’s part of its draw as it sounds excellent when its pushed. Book a test drive of the M3 now at askaprice.com.

Running Costs

As the M3 is so sporty, it will never be the cheapest to own or run, but there is high demand for this car, meaning its residuals will remain high. At its best, the M3 promises a fuel economy return of 21mpg, which is significantly better than the Porsche Cayman which is thirstier at 18.5mpg, it also has a £3,000 higher price tag on its purchasing price against the £50,000 entry level price of the M3.

Equipment

For the price, the M3 comes with an excellent amount of standard kit, including 18-inch alloy wheels, bi-xenon headlamps, four exhaust tailpipes, leather upholstery, sports seats and suspension and cruise control. It also includes automatic air recirculation, automatically dimming rear-view mirror, headlight height adjustment, heated exterior mirrors and washer jets and front fog lights. Please see our brochure for a comprehensive list of all of the specifications available across the M3 model.