0-60 mph OF A BMW M3?
A 2010 BMW M3 has a 0-60 time of 3.9 seconds.
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If you open the hood and look at the front of the engine you should see two radiator hose converging into a black plastic piece that on either side seems to be bent slightly down. This is the thermostat housing. To replace your thermostat with no issues you must first put something under your car to… catch radiator fluid. Then disconnect the hoses from either side of the housing( this is where the catch can comes in handy). Now remove the 4 or 5 10mm bolts holding the thermostat hosing on. Once removed the thermostat will be on your left. Be sure to also replace the rubber gasket as the housing will not seal correctly if not replaced. (MORE)
The top speed depends on a couple of things: Which M3? Stock tires or aftermarket? Is the car electronic limiter taken off? If you are talking about straight out of the factory all of the M3's are limited to 155mph. The new M3 aka 2008 can achieve a top speed of 203 mph however once it has been deli…mited. (MORE)
I own a '99 M3 - The battery is located in the trunk, on the right side under the black plastic cover found on the side panel.
The E36 M3 should do it between 5.5s and 6.0s depending on altitude and drive capability. Whilst the new E46 is quoted at 5.0s at sea level. Note: the given times are 0mph-62mph as in Europe the metric system is used and 0kph-100kph is the sprint speed timed which convers to 62mph.
I thought it was around 4.3-4.9 seconds depending on the model your talking about. Specify the model next time.
Coupes are more popular amongst the Sporty set, so despite having two less doors, they command higher prices.
\nIt is in your trunk. If you are facing the trunk it is to the right of the spare tire, underneath the black plasting covering. Pull out the black plastic tray and there you have it.
The E46 was the best of the M3 series in terms of power/handling/suspension etc. In its day the e30 was great but the E46 was better and is still better than the 2009 model. Very debatable . In my opinion, the e30 M3 was the best because it offers an overall more raw driving experience and was the …most successful production car ever raced. . I agree with the response . The E30 M3 is a vehicle we will never see the likes of again. A production vehicle that thrived on both track and rally. It has been described as "the most successful production race car of all times" and "The winning-est production car of all times" . I have been lucky enough to own both and would have to say as a daily driver the E46 M3 is a superior motor vehicle, but, when you consider age in the equation I would suggest the E30 M3 is a marvel, that was way ahead of it's time. Which, I think all would agree, the E46 is not (although a very nice car). So pound for pound comparing them on toady's level the e46 m3 is probably a better car ... BUT ... is that a fair stage to compare a classic and a current vehicle on ????? (MORE)
who invented????? the m3 is the sport edition to the 3 series BMW makes, a more proper question is who designed the m3, which is bmws motorsports division..
Probably only fit 1 in it depending on the size of the horse. . 420 PS or 414 HP
I looked on one and it said 180 mph so 180 lol ---------------- The new model M3s (E90/E92/E93) all have a limited top speed in the U.S. to 161MPH, though delimited with a chip, or in Europe, they can do about 190MPH. The previous model M3s (E46) in US-spec trim could do 155MPH limited, or …170MPH delimited. In Euro-spec trim (different tuning, gas and tires) had the same limited speed of 155MPH, though they could do 174MPH delimited. (MORE)
on my BMW i have on the inside of my doors M3 but what does this stand for and what is it there for??
4.4 liter V8 and they have 6 speed manual also they have DCT Dual Clutch Transmission which is paddle shifter and its really smooth shifting and gives it a complete sporty feel
"they cost is very expensive they range from second hand about 30k-50k and brand new 70k-100k" Just improving the above answer: I think the OP is asking about M3 GTR and not M3. What the above person has answered is the cost of regular M3 models from BMW which are marked at US $58k upwards depe…nding on additional packages and options you take. M3 GTR is priced at US $470,000 as per the following article: http://www.supercars.net/cars/185.html The above article might help you figure out more about them. If you need to know more than that, you can get on www.m3forum.net. Thanks, (MORE)
Yes they stopped it on September 2011. Its not a good decision by BMW, the convertible M3 should have been gone, its too heavy and spoils the performance. Why Sedan BMW? 4 Door sports cars are cool, 2 doors are getting old. R.I.P. E90 ///M3
The E30 M3 did not, and the E36 M3 did not have one up to November of 1994. Every BMW ofter that has a immobilizer.
The 1998 model uses the larger 3.2L S50B32 6 cylinder BMW engine. This engine requires 6.5 Litres (US quarts 6.87) of engineoil.
The original M3 has the least power. The newest one has the most. I heard the new V8 weighs less than the Inline-6 used in previous era M3's, giving it a better weight balance ratio. There's no automatic F1-style gearbox on earlier models, so opt out if you can't shift. The early M3's are a… raw, power hungry and smaller car than the ones you see today. If you are not ready to search for rare parts or aren't used to the dealings of older vehicles, your best bet is to buy a post-millennium car that still sees regular service at a BMW dealer. Any M3 is great, depending on the previous owner. The general consensus is if you aren't a BMW lover, you'll be troubled to enjoy a half-wrecked younger kid's M3 that he had no intention of keeping for the long-term. Be weary of rebuilts. One kid got a 2008 M3 from Mom & Dad for Graduation, and didn't make it two city blocks before putting it sideways into a brick building. That's the type of background these cars have. Sincerely, to use my judgment to help you with that decision, is irrelevant. Start at the beginning, go for a passionate drive in an E30 M3, and see if you can handle the limited luxury style of race car it is. If the ideal is luxury and speed, move the a newer one. Refinements happen every year regardless if there is a change in overall design, as it is with every car. Do your research. Maybe you are big on rare versions, and in that case would be oriented to seek out such models as the M3 CSL (Coupe Sport Lightweight), which has a carbon-fiber front splitter and roof to reduce weight. But honestly, unless you drive on the race-track, most of the rare models are for purists and you will be hard pressed by BMW fans when you spill your coffee and bagel inside a 1 in 1000 model. The current generation M3 is amazing, a technological marvel. Still, the previous one is toting one of the big guns, having a horsepower per litre rating similar to ferrari and such, and bested only by the Honda S2000. (MORE)
I have reach 141 mph in a 1998 M3 (e36). Probably could have reached 145.
BMW won't stop making BMW M3's. It is because BMW just intoduced th sedan (four door) version of it.
Yes,it does. I'm a foreigner,but I've got a m3. sorry , my English is completely rubbish.
Yes, they have an SMG Gearbox option. SMG means Sequential Manual Gearbox. it's F1 style with the paddles behind the steering wheel so you can change gears manually or, slide the gear lever to the left and it becomes automatic.
Yes. The BMW M3 is available as a 4 door saloon/sedan in the E36series, E90 series and F80 series.
A standard BMW m3 offers a 4 liter V8 engine with a manual transmission. It has iPod and Bluetooth capabilities. It also has stability and traction controls.
The most current model M3 has not yet been crash tested. According to most reviewers, however, the M3 seems to be one of the safer cars on the market, scoring mostly in the 7-9 range on a 10 point scale.
A used BMW M3 can range between $13,000 and $60,000, depending on the year of the car. For example, a 2003 BMW M3 costs about $12,999 whereas a 2011 BMW M3 costs about $60,000.
The BMW E46 M3 was first launched in Germany where the first BMW E46 M3 was built. The BMW E46 M3 was first introduced in October 2000 and was produced from 2001 to 2006.
The famous BMW M3 E92 can be purchased at some specialised used car dealers, but they seem to be quite rare. It's also possible to buy such a car on the internet, but before buying one always should see and check the car live.
The BMW M3 E36 is an automobile in the three series of BMW compact executive cars. It first came on the market in 1990 and has been replaced by the E46 model. The shape of this automobile is sometimes called dolphin shaped.
You can find deals online or at car retailers especially "BMW" as they will have up-to-date deals on how much you would have to pay for the particular car you would want.
The bebut of BMW E36 M3 was done in February of 1992 and the sell started in the month of November. The car was sold in Coupe style to begin with and later in 1994 two new style were introduced, namely: Saloon and Convertible.
The BMW M3 E36 was produced from 1992-1999. It is currently available for sale via used car dealers such as CarMax, via used car website such as PistonHeads, or through publications such as AutoTrader.
Login to bing search to find where to buy this beautiful car. BMW E30 M3 is a rare find, so expect the price to be higher then you expect. The other place to try is eBay, where you can find some reasonable offer.
One may purchase a BMW E29 M3 from a BMW dealership such Budd's BMW. One may also purchase the E29 M3 through a private sale found in Auto Trader magazine.
BMW M3 wheels can be purchased online through sites like eBay. They can be also purchased at an auto parts shop, such as O'Reilly Auto Parts or Sears Auto Center.
One can purchase a 2009 BMW M3 from the following retailers: AOL Autos, Kelley Blue Book, Yahoo Autos, Edmunds, Auto Spies, Cars for Sale, Auto Trader, Motor Trend, Car Sales.
The front track of the 2008 BMW M3 is 5 ft. 0.6 in. (60.6 in.).
The rear track of the 2002 BMW M3 is 5 ft. 0 in. (60 in.).
The rear track of the 2013 BMW M3 is 5 ft. 0.5 in. (60.5 in.).
The front track of the 2005 BMW M3 is 4 ft. 11.4 in. (59.4 in.).
The front track of the 2003 BMW M3 is 4 ft. 11.4 in. (59.4 in.).
The rear track of the 2010 BMW M3 is 5 ft. 0.5 in. (60.5 in.).
The rear track of the 2011 BMW M3 is 5 ft. 0.5 in. (60.5 in.).
The front track of the 2004 BMW M3 is 4 ft. 11.4 in. (59.4 in.).
The rear track of the 2004 BMW M3 is 5 ft. 0 in. (60 in.).
The rear track of the 2008 BMW M3 is 5 ft. 0.6 in. (60.6 in.).
The front track of the 2012 BMW M3 is 5 ft. 0.5 in. (60.5 in.).
The 2013 BMW M3 is 5 ft. 11.5 in. (71.5 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.
The rear track of the 2009 BMW M3 is 5 ft. 0.6 in. (60.6 in.).
The rear track of the 2006 BMW M3 is 5 ft. 0 in. (60 in.).