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2015 BMW M3 4dr Rear-wheel Drive Sedan Base (M6)



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Vehicle New 2015 BMW M3
Trim 4dr Rear-wheel Drive Sedan Base (M6)
Trans
(standard) 6-Speed Manual
(optional) 7-Speed M-Double Clutch
Model Code 15TN
Availability National
MSRP $62,000.00
Destination $995.00

17

EPA Gas Mileage

26

City Hwy

*Actual mileage will vary with options, actual driving conditions, driving habits and the vehicle's condition. Based on 2015 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition, and other factors.


Specifications

Body StyleCompact Cars
Vehicle SizeCompact
Drive TypeRWD
Doors4
Seating Capacity5/5 passengers
Engine BlockI
Engline TypeGas
Cylinders6
Displacement3.0 L.
AspirationTwin turbo
Valves24
Compression Ratio10.2:1
Torque406ft-lbs @ 1850 rpm
Horsepower425hp @ 5500 rpm
Fuel TypePremium unleaded
Fuel Capacity15.9 gal.
Fuel Economy*17/26
Wheelbase110.7 in.
Overall Length184.5 in.
Vehicle Width73.9 in.
Vehicle Height56.1 in.
Luggage Capacity12.0 ft3.
Cargo Capacity12 ft3.
Curb Weight3540 lbs.
Max Payload980 lbs.
Gross Weight4630 lbs.
Turning Circle 40.0 ft.
 
Front Headroom40.3 in.
Front Legroom42.0 in.
Rear Headroom37.7 in.
Rear Legroom35.1 in.
 
Acceleration
0mph-60mph
 
4.4 seconds

Exterior Colors

These are the colors typically available for this vehicle. Color options may change during the model year. Contact Circle Auto Leasing for confirmation. The color samples displayed on your monitor may not precisely replicate the way they appear on the vehicle.


Alpine White
Black Sapphire Metallic
Silverstone Metallic
Mineral White Metallic
Mineral Gray Metallic
Sakhir Orange Metallic
Austin Yellow Metallic
Yas Marina Blue Metallic
Azurite Black Metallic
Moonstone Metallic
Tanzanite Blue Metallic
Pyrite Brown Metallic


Interior Colors


Opal White (ZAOW)
Nutmeg (ZAML)
Sonoma Beige (LKJR)
Sonoma Beige (X3JR)
Silverstone (LKA9)
Silverstone (X3A9)
Carbonstructure Anthracite/Black (CSAT)
Amaro Brown (ZAP5)
Golden Brown (ZAG8)
Cohiba Brown (ZAWT)
Sakhir Orange/Black (X3DA)
Sakhir Orange/Black (LKDA)
Black (LKSW)
Black (X3SW)


Warranty

Basic 4 Years / 50,000 Miles
Drivetrain 4 Years / 50,000 Miles
Roadside 4 Years / Unlimited Miles
Rust 12 Years / Unlimited Miles


Reviews



The M3 was first launched in 1986 by M GmbH who took what they learned on the race track to develop a high-performance street car that lives up to its motorsports heritage. Now into a fifth generation, the M3 name carries on as a sedan only at the top of the 3-series family.The M3 is powered by a twin turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six cylinder engine that produces 425 horsepower and 406 lb-ft of torque. All that power is driven through the rear wheels via two different transmissions, either a six-speed manual or a seven-speed double-clutch, and an Active M differential. High-performance anti-lock brakes with cross-drilled discs work with electronic stability control, 18"" aluminum wheels and M sport suspension to keep things under control. The roof is now carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP), which helps to lower weight and the center of gravity. The driveshaft and front end strut brace are also made of CFRP. Available options include satellite radio, park distance control, surround view cameras, adaptive LED headlights, head-up display, high-beam assistant, lane change warning, carbon ceramic brakes and adaptive M suspension.For 2015, the all-new M3 sedan returns after a three year hiatus.

Model Reviews


At almost any engine speed, the six presses the driver into his seat, and there's no taper to the power at high rpm.While the weighting changes, the numbness never does, but the steering is so immediate and so precise that it feels unfair to complain about a lack of feel. There are few better steering racks overall on the market.

Car and Driver


Go for the seven-speed DCT dual-clutch transmission, and besides the expected launch control, which will scoot you from 0-62 mph in 4.1 seconds (down 0.7 seconds), there's a smoky-burnout mode.

Road & Track


This power is fed through a standard-fit six-speed manual gearbox with an auto throttle-blipping function, though you can spec the seven-speed double clutch (DCT) transmission featuring something BMW officially calls (and we're really, really not making this up)... the Smokey Burnout function. Yes folks, the new M3 and M4 are hooligans.

TopGear



TagLine


Race-ready sedan moves into the next generation.

Introduction


Beloved by enthusiasts for its track-worthy performance and daily drivability, the BMW M3 is all-new for 2015.This marks a triumphant return for the high-performance four-door, which has been on hiatus since the 2011 model year.

The fifth-generation M3, internally dubbed F80, gets significant revisions over its predecessor.
The old V8 engine is gone, and a new version of the much-loved inline-6 returns.This time, it's a high-revving 3.0-liter turbocharged six-cylinder that cranks out 425 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque, the latter on tap from as low as 1850 rpm.With the optional 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, the 2015 BMW M3 can dash from 0-60 mph in an estimated 3.9 seconds, or in 4.1 seconds with the 6-speed manual.

As before, all M3 sedans are rear-wheel drive.
And as part of BMW's new nomenclature, the M3 comes only with four doors; the M-powered coupe is now known as the M4.

This is the first time a new generation of M3 has gotten lighter compared with its predecessor; in the past, enthusiasts have bemoaned the weight gain with every new model.
More extensive use of lightweight materials, including a carbon fiber driveshaft, carbon fiber roof, and aluminum hood and doors help this fifth-generation F80 M3 drop about 180 pounds compared with the fourth-generation e90 M3.

Another significant change includes the switch to electromechanical steering.
While old-school fans might complain about the loss of hydraulic power steering, we found the feel precise and direct, with three modes that allow drivers to choose the level of steering effort.

Handling is aided by a new five-link rear suspension, which is mounted directly to the body, giving the M3 a much stiffer ride and more direct road feel.
Most components are also made out of aluminum, rather than steel, shaving off more weight.The only downside with the new setup is that it produces more road noise.

Track junkies will lust after the optional carbon ceramic brakes, an $8,150 option that is really more like $9,350, since it requires the addition of optional 19-inch wheels.
Carbon ceramic brakes offer heart-stopping performance and dissipate heat better than standard iron brakes, making them a better choice for track events or mountain roads where repeated hard braking is used, but most drivers do not need them.

As precise as the M3 is on the track, it's equally impressive as a daily driver thanks to a comfortable rear seat and ample trunk space; 60/40-split folding rear seats make it even more versatile.
Interior design is anything but understated, with available two-tone leather combinations and contrast stitching around the doors, dash, and M steering wheel.

BMW's widescreen display and iDrive controller come standard on the 2015 M3.
BMW apps lets users access a variety of audio and entertainment features, including a new GoPro app, which lets drivers control a car-mounted GoPro camera (sold separately) directly from the iDrive interface.

Fuel economy for the 2015 BMW M3 is an EPA-estimated 17/26 mpg City/Highway with the 6-speed manual gearbox, 17/24 mpg with the 7-speed automatic; Premium gasoline is required by the M3.
Those fuel economy estimates are substantially improved over 2011 M3 sedan's 14/20 City/Highway figures.

Always a benchmark in the luxury compact sports segment, the 2015 BMW M3 Series is poised to continue its reign as the leader of the pack.
Its closest current competitors include the Cadillac CTS-V, which makes a segment-topping 556 hp and 551-lb.-ft.of torque from its supercharged V8, and the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG, powered by a 451-hp V8 engine.Yet neither surpasses the BMW when it comes to the total package of design, performance and brand cache, and that certain je ne sais quoi for which the M3 has always been known.

Lineup


The 2015 BMW M3 ($62,000) uses a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-6 engine and comes standard with a 6-speed manual transmission or an optional M double-clutch ($2,900) transmission.All prices are based on USA port of entry and exclude a $950 destination charge.In addition, all exterior colors except for Alpine White are $550 extra.

Standard features include automatic climate control, cloth and leather upholstery, power front seats with lumbar support and driver-seat memory function, heated front seats, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel with multifunction controls, automatic start/stop, universal garage door opener, dynamic cruise control, carbon fiber interior trim, the iDrive interface with color display screen and navigation with real-time traffic information, BMW Apps, Bluetooth, HD Radio, satellite radio capability, USB audio port, 60-40 split-folding rear seat, auto-dimming rearview and side mirrors, rain sensors, adaptive xenon HID headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels with mixed performance tires.


Options include the Executive Package ($4,300), which adds extended Merino leather trim, a head-up display, heated steering wheel, heated rear seats, rearview camera, parking sensors, satellite radio with one-year subscription and retractable headlight washers.
The Lighting Package ($1,900) adds adaptive full LED headlights.Standalone options include M carbon ceramic brakes ($8,150), which require a choice of two 19-inch wheel designs ($1,200), an adaptive suspension ($1,000), an upgraded Harman Kardon audio system ($875) and enhanced USB and Bluetooth connectivity plus smartphone integration ($500).

Safety features include front-impact airbags, front passenger side-impact airbags, full-cabin, curtain-type head protection airbags, antilock brakes, traction control and dynamic stability control (DSC).
The BMW TeleServices and BMW Assist eCall emergency notification systems are included for the first ten years of the vehicle.Optional safety features include a Driver Assistance Plus package ($1,900) which adds blind spot detection, the Active Driving assistant, side and top view cameras and real-time speed limit information.

Walkaround


Though the 2015 BMW M3 is based on the latest iteration of the 3 Series sedan, it has unique features and styling all its own.

The new front end is both aggressive and functional, with larger front air intakes that help improve aerodynamics.
Vertical vents alongside the front fenders channel air down the sides of the car.A rear spoiler keeps the car planted, while a smooth underbody and rear diffuser help the M3 to slice through the air with as little resistance as possible.

Compared with the previous e90 M3, the new F80 M3 is about four inches longer, more than two inches wider, and nearly an inch lower.
And the wheelbase is stretched two inches.

As with all M cars, BMW offers a distinct and unique palate of exterior colors.
The only basic paint available is the non-metallic Alpine White; the rest are metallic and cost an extra $550, including the new Yas Marina Blue, a bright, medium hue that, depending on the light, can look either cool or downright Smurfy.Also new is the greenish Austin Yellow, named in honor of F1's new U.S.racetrack, the Circuit of the Americas.While these colors might be polarizing, they most certainly garner attention.

Standard wheels are V-spoke 18-inch alloys, wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport mixed performance tires.
Two designs are available for the optional 19-inch wheels, with optional carbon ceramic brakes that are visually differentiated by gold-painted calipers that look like something out of a mediocre Austin Powers sequel.

Interior


Inside the cabin, the design is similar to that of a 3 Series sedan, but splashier with a variety of colors and finishes, including optional two-tone full leather upholstery.Contrast stitching accents the sport seats, M steering wheel, doors and dash, and carbon fiber trim comes standard.The M logo can be found everywhere, reminding drivers that they paid a premium for a much faster car than those regular BMWs.

Regardless of trim, the M3's cockpit remains oriented around driving, the dash angled slightly toward the driver bringing all controls within easy reach.
Climate controls are traditional BMW, intuitive and easy to operate.

Unlike many manufacturers who are switching to digital instrument clusters, the M3 keeps traditional analog gauges, with glowing white text atop a black background.
A small display between the large tachometer can show a variety of information, including music, navigation, MPG and vehicle diagnostics.An optional head-up display included with the Executive Package, makes it easy to check speed going down the straights.

BMW's widescreen display and iDrive controller come standard on the M3.
As with the 3 Series models, the iDrive monitor sits fixes atop the dash, unlike screens made by Audi which retract out of sight when not in use.Navigation and real-time traffic information are standard, which is a nice touch on a car that can reach $90,000 with options.Bluetooth and smartphone connectivity lets users access a suite of apps and functions, including a new GoPro app, which lets drivers control a car-mounted GoPro camera (sold separately) directly from the iDrive interface.

One of the things that makes the M3 so appealing is that it can be a practical daily driver in spite of its raceworthy performance.
There's plenty of interior storage space, like wide door pockets that can accommodate water bottles and mugs, plus two cupholders on the center console.Sport seats are comfortable and have a wide range of adjustability, and aggressive bolstering keeps everyone firmly in place, whether on a long road trip or cranking through the turns on a fast track.Rear seats fit most adults and are fine for short to moderate trips, with 37.7 inches of rear headroom and 35.1 inches of rear legroom.

Cargo space measures 12 cubic feet, the same as with the old e90 M3, which is enough to fit a couple of large suitcases with a bit of room to spare.
Standard 60/40-spilt folding rear seats allow for even more carrying capacity.

Driving Impression


Whether it's winding country roads or a high-speed racetrack, the BMW M3 is at its best going fast.Separate adjustments for steering, throttle control and damping (with the optional adaptive suspension) let drivers customize the M3 any way they see fit.But even in its tamest settings, the M3 is 100 percent sports car.

The new 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-6 engine (S55) replaces the V8s on the outgoing generation and is lighter, more powerful, and gives a substantial boost in torque.
It's also a higher revving engine than its predecessor, and as such, one might be tempted to shift early if going by sound alone.But let that motor whine all the way to the 7500 redline, and you'll feel like a superhero merging onto a rural highway at 80 mph in fourth gear, or barreling down a 150-mph straight like we did at Road America, a 4.0-mile serpentine racing circuit near Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.

A redesigned, lighter suspension uses a double-joint spring strut setup in front and a new five-link axle in the rear.
The new rear suspension is mounted directly to the body (omitting the connecting parts normally in between), giving the M3 a much stiffer ride and more direct road feel.The only downside is that it produces more road noise.Most components, including control arms, are aluminum.Even with the suspension in comfort mode, the M3 is firm and well-sprung, though is more compliant over bumps and rough roads.

With the 7-speed double-clutch transmission, we could put it in Drive and let the car do its thing, or we could switch over to manual and click the paddles.
The latter was especially satisfying on the track, where we could focus more on the line and less on the body mechanics of changing gears.The M double-clutch transmission is faster than the manual, propelling the M3 from 0-60 mph in 3.9 seconds, compared with 4.1 seconds using the manual.While shifts from the double-clutch are blink-of-an-eye fast, we did find they could feel abrupt when pushing hard in Sport and Sport Plus modes.

Manual transmissions have an automatic rev-matching function in Efficient and Sport modes, but the blip comes when you take the shifter out of gear, so your shifts had better be fast for optimal performance.
In Sport Plus mode, the auto rev matching turns off, leaving you to your own heel-and-toe skills.

The M3 drops traditional hydraulic steering for an electromechanical system, which purists bemoan.
But we found steering feel precise and direct, with three modes that allow drivers to choose the level of steering effort.Comfort is the default, and is by no means light.Sport and Sport Plus increase the steering effort, in the case of the latter, quite considerably.

Steering feel depends largely on personal preference, and heavier steering doesn't necessarily mean better performance.
In fact, our driving instructor at Road America, who heads the M Performance Center driving program in Spartanburg, South Carolina, switched our steering from Sport into Comfort in the middle of a lap.Though at first we thought we were being demoted, he explained the lighter steering effort can help when learning the track, so you don't have to feel like you're fighting the wheel.

Standard M3 brakes are bigger and more powerful than those found on 3 Series sedans, but the big push seems to be for the new carbon-ceramic rotors, complete with huge gold-painted calipers that, despite their amazing performance, look downright cheesy.
As manufacturers are wont to do when it comes to impressing journalists on a product launch, the BMW crew fitted our test cars only with the $8,150 carbon ceramic option.These monsters are unbelievably powerful, once you get some heat into them.

Dynamic stability control can be adjusted for optimum safety or optimum slip.
With it on, it can save your bacon if you make a mistake, but we also felt the system holding us back when rounding corners at Road America.With it off, the M3 commands a healthy dose of respect.

Wheels, whether the standard 18-inch alloys or either of the optional 19-inch designs, are wrapped in sticky Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, designed specifically for the new M3.
Their mixed performance designation means they should hold up well in a variety of driving conditions.

Around town, the M3 is well mannered, though it feels clunkier than its 3 Series counterpart, thanks in part to a relatively large, 40-foot turning circle, nearly three feet wider than a 330i.
So while the M3 might handle high-speed chicanes with ease, it's not quite as nimble in the supermarket parking lot.

As with all BMW M cars, the 2015 M3 has a fantastic exhaust note.
Partially organic and partially engineered, the M3's sound is loud and unmistakable, from both within and without.

Summary


The fifth-generation BMW M3 returns to its roots with a new inline-6 engine, lighter weight and more power.Between its daily drivability and track-ready options, the 2015 BMW M3 is poised to continue its reign as the leader of the pack.

NewCarTestDrive.com lead correspondent Laura Burstein filed this report after her drive of the M3 sedan in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.


Model Lineup


BMW M3 ($62,000).

Assembled In


Munich, Germany.

Options As Tested


Metallic paint ($550); M double clutch transmission ($2,900); Executive Package ($4,300): extended Merino leather trim, a head-up display, heated steering wheel, heated rear seats, rearview camera, parking sensors, satellite radio with one-year subscription and retractable headlight washers; M carbon ceramic brakes ($8,150), 19-inch wheels ($1,200); M adaptive suspension ($1,000); Harman Kardon audio system ($875); enhanced USB and Bluetooth connectivity plus smartphone integration ($500).

Model Tested


BMW M3 ($62,000).

New Car Test Drive




Specs

Standard Equipment

 
Wheels
Diameter, 18Standard
Rim Type, Silver forged aluminumStandard
 
Suspension
Rear Suspension Type, Multi-linkStandard
Front Suspension Classification, IndependentStandard
Front Spring Type, CoilStandard
Front Stabilizer Bar, RegularStandard
Rear Spring Type, CoilStandard
Independent, Four-wheelStandard
Front suspension type, StrutStandard
 
Lights
Headlights auto delayStandard
Exterior entry lightsStandard
Self-leveling headlightsStandard
Adaptive headlightsStandard
Headlights dusk sensorStandard
High Intensity HeadlightsStandard
Daytime running lightsStandard
 
Roof
Remote sunroof/convertible roof operationStandard
 
Drivetrain
Driven WheelsStandard
Limited slip differentialStandard
Axle ratioStandard
 
Seats
Total Seating Capacity, 5Standard
Front seat type, SportStandard
Climate controlled, Driver and passenger heated-cushion, driver and paStandard
seating capacity, 5Standard
 
Rear Seats
Folding, Fold forward seatbackStandard
Center armrest, With pass-thruStandard
Rear heat, With separate controlsStandard
Type, BenchStandard
 
Locks
Power door locks, Remote power door locksStandard
2-Stage unlocking, 2-stage unlockingStandard
 
Windows
Power windowsStandard
Front wipers - intermittentStandard
Front wipers - rain sensingStandard
Front wipers - speed sensitiveStandard
Privacy glassStandard
Rear defoggerStandard
Heated Windshield Washer JetsStandard
 
Mirrors
Driver mirror adjustment, Power remoteStandard
Heated driver mirror, HeatedStandard
Heated passenger mirror, HeatedStandard
Auto-dimming mirrors, ElectrochromaticStandard
Reverse tilt mirrors, Passenger mirrorStandard
Power retractable mirrors, Power retractable mirrorsStandard
Vanity mirrors, Dual illuminated vanity mirrorsStandard
Signal mirrors, Turn signal in mirrorsStandard
 
Video System
Primary Video Monitor Size, 8.8Standard
 
Convenience Features
Cruise control, Cruise controlStandard
Power steering, Speed-proportional electric power steeringStandard
Steering wheel, Tilt and telescopicStandard
Audio controls on steering wheel, Audio controlsStandard
Cruise controls on steering wheel, Cruise controlsStandard
Cupholders, Front and rearStandard
Remote trunk release, PowerStandard
Door pockets, Driver, passenger and rearStandard
Seatback storage, 2Standard
Cargo net, Cargo netStandard
Retained accessory power, Retained accessory powerStandard
Universal remote transmitter, Universal remote transmitterStandard
Center Console, Full with covered storageStandard
Multi-function remote, Trunk/hatch/door/tailgate, windows, sunroof/converStandard
 
Comfort Features
Door trim, Carbon fibreStandard
Floor mats, Carpet front and rearStandard
Cargo area light, Cargo area lightStandard
 
Memorized Settings
seat memoryStandard
 
Instrumentation
TachometerStandard
Trip computerStandard
ClockStandard
External tempStandard
Low fuel levelStandard
 
Exterior Features
Rear spoilerStandard
Tailpipe finisherStandard
 
Audio System
Speed Sensitive Volume Control, YesStandard
Antenna Type, Window gridStandard
In-Dash CD, SingleStandard
Radio, AM/FM/HD/Satellite-prepStandard
 
Telematics
Navigation system, With voice activationStandard
Satellite communications, BMW Assist eCallStandard
internet access, Full serviceStandard
wireless phone connectivity, BluetoothStandard
 
Doors
left rear passenger door type, ConventionalStandard
right rear passenger door type, ConventionalStandard
Rear door type, TrunkStandard
 
Truck Features
Door reinforcementStandard
BumpersStandard
 
Towing and Hauling
Cargo tie downsStandard
 
Airbags
Head airbags, Curtain 1st and 2nd rowStandard
Passenger Airbag, YesStandard
Driver Airbag, YesStandard
 
Stability and Traction
Traction controlStandard
 
Seatbelts
Rear center seatbelt, 3-point beltStandard
Seatbelt pretensioners, FrontStandard
 
Transmission
Transmission Hill Holder, Transmission hill holderStandard
 
Engine
Max RPM, 5,500 RPMStandard
Torque, 406 lb.-ft.Standard
Valve Gear, DOHCStandard
Total Valves, 24Standard
Engine Configuration, InlineStandard
Displacement, 182 cu.in.Standard
Vehicle Emissions, ULEV IIStandard
Size, 3.0 LStandard
Horse Power, 425 hpStandard
Variable Valve Timing, Variable valve timingStandard
Max Torque RPM, 1,850 RPMStandard
Compression Ratio, 10.20 : 1Standard
Keyless Ignition, Push button start onlyStandard
 
Air Conditioning
Front air conditioning zones, DualStandard
Air filtration, Interior air filtrationStandard
Residual Heat Distribution, Residual heat distributionStandard
 
Security
Anti-theft alarm system, YesStandard
engine immobilizer, Engine immobilizerStandard
 
Driver Seat
Heated, Multi-level heatingStandard
Adjustable lumbar support, Power 4-wayStandard
Height Adjustable, PowerStandard
 
Brakes
Braking assist, Braking assist inchesStandard
Front brakes, Ventilated disc inchesStandard
 
ABS Brakes
ABS, 4-wheelStandard


Available Optional Equipment

The list of optional equipment below represents a mix of optional dealer or factory installed features. Some must be added by the manufacturer during the production process whilst others can be installed here at the point of purchase. Please note that this list is intended for informational purposes only. If you have any questions please contact us for clarification.

 
Internal Options
 
Heated Steering Wheel   * 
Comfort Access Keyless Entry   * 
Rear View Camera   * 
Manual Rear Side Window Shades   * 
Heated Rear Seats   * 
Pearl Gloss Chrome Highlight Trim Finishers   * 
Black Chrome Highlight Trim Finishers   * 
Retractable Headlight Washers   * 
Park Distance Control   * 
Adaptive Full LED Lights   * 
Automatic High Beams   * 
Active Blind Spot Detection   * 
Active Driving Assistant   * 
Head-Up Display   * 
Satellite Radio w/1 Year Subscription   * 
Speed Limit Info   * 
 
No Options
 
Base Vehicle Price (15TN)   $62,000 
 
Other Options
 
Driver Assistance Plus   $1,900 
Executive Package   $4,300 
Lighting Package   $1,900 
M Carbon Ceramic Brake   $8,150 
Adaptive M Suspension   $1,000 
Moonroof   * 
Power Rear Sunshade   * 
Anthracite Wood Trim   * 
Aluminum Blade Interior Trim   * 
Side & Top View Cameras   $750 
Parking Assistant   $500 
harman/kardon Surround Sound System   $875 
Concierge Services   $250 
Enhanced USB & Bluetooth w/Smartphone Integration   $500 
Dark Red Sycamore Wood Trim   $1,080 
Piano Finish Black Trim   $1,080 
White Ash Grain Wood Trim   $1,080 
 
Seats & Seat Trim
 
Heated Front Sport Seats:
Includes lumbar support.
   * 
Extended Merino Leather Seat Upholstery   $950 
Full Merino Leather Upholstery   $2,650 
Extended Merino Leather Upholstery   * 
 
Wheels & Tires
 
Wheels: 18 x 9 Front & 18 x 10 Rear:
Light alloy V-spoke, style 513M.
   * 
Wheels: 19 x 9 Front/19 x 10 Rear Light Alloy:
Double-spoke, style 437M.
   $1,200 
Wheels: 19 x 9 Fr/19 x 10 Rr Black Light-Alloy:
Double-spoke, style 437M.
   $1,200 
*See dealer for details




2015 BMW M3 Sedan
MSRP

2015 BMW M3 Sedan


$62,000

2015 BMW M3 4dr RWD Sedan Base (M6)
2015 BMW M3 4dr Rear-wheel Drive Sedan Base 0-OEM Supplied Custom Image Shown.