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Reviews are in for the New BMW M3.

Is it any good?

The new 6th Generation M3 already debuted months ago and now the real driving reviews are trickling in. Besides the controversial cartoon-sized grille (that eventually will grow on us) there is an added option of AWD for the first time ever on an M3/M4. To be honest, this car will benefit greatly from AWD - especially for launches and usability. There's an M4 coupe and M3 Sedan, so we provided 2 of our favorite reviews below.

What else?

The cars are available with a six-speed manual transmission as standard and rear wheel drive with 473hp and 406lb/ft of torque and 0-60 in 4.1. There is also a Competition with an eight-speed automatic transmission which has 503hp and 479lb/ft of torque and can reach 0-60 in 3.8 seconds.

M X-Drive All Wheel Drive

If you go for the Competition Model you can spec AWD as an option. Its rear bias - as many performance cars with AWD are these days and it has 2WD mode anyhow, so you really should go for it - unless you want a manual transmission.

To learn more:

Please watch overall preferred review of the new M3/M4 from CARFECTION:


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