2010 BMW M3
58,345 Miles
$28,998

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$30,998

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$22,990

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$27,987

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$29,444

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$28,900

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$31,785

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58,236 Miles
$28,485

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$31,950

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63,730 Miles
$32,900

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$44,999

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40,714 Miles
$32,955

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59,694 Miles
$27,800

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38,126 Miles
$29,895

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55,634 Miles
$28,657

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76,673 Miles
$25,995

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88,285 Miles
$25,481

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51,981 Miles
$29,867

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39,518 Miles
$32,500

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2010 BMW M3 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
4.5
Reliability
5.0

2010 BMW M3 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2010 BMW M3 - BMW has added a third: the F80 M3.

Barbara
Lake Ridge, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
For me the M3 does the ‘two cars in one’ thing very well. When you just want to get home it’s comfortable, roomy, quiet, equipped with the now excellent iDrive interface and blessed with enough visual and aural drama to brighten even a winter’s night on the M1. And when you’re on your own, in the mood, it’s a very quick, very capable car, the engine’s awesome reserves of any-rev power working with the tremendous brakes and meaty front-end grip to blaze down pretty much any stretch of road you care to point it at. No one seems able to agree on whether it’s a great M3, the best sports saloon currently on sale or even, more fundamentally, whether it’s any good or not. I’ve sat pinned in the passenger seat, the M3 rampaging around Brands Hatch in a storm of mighty front-end grip.
Pros
Critics return again and again to the engine, and the apparent discord between the precise, feel some front end and the car’s fairly wayward rear. True, the engine is an odd fish. Its curious noises and ultra-grunty, almost über-diesel delivery don’t encourage the kind of wild proclamations of love inspired by, say, most AMG engines. And there’s no doubt the chassis can scare if you’re careless, lacking in bravery or its winter. The better the weather, the more seat time you have in the car, and the more fond you are of oversteer, the more you’ll like it.
Cons
While some may baulk at the idea of a £67k car that shares much of its interior architecture with a £24k one, the upside is comfort and sound ergonomics as standard. Honed over decades using teeming ranks of 320d pilots as guinea pigs, almost everything about the inside of the 3-series – and therefore the M3 – just works, even iDrive. BMW’s infamous interface has come a long way since its baffling early iterations.

2010 BMW M3 - The 2018 BMW M3 has impeccable credentials and high expectations.

Lisa
Lake Ridge, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
BMW M3 is a legend in the world of performance cars, giving enthusiasts everywhere a reason to own one. I always find it remarkable how the BMW M division's engineers have made exceptional automobiles for the driving enthusiast.
Pros
What I like most about the M3 is how hard you can attack the sharp corners. The impressive brakes help in this department, and once you come off of them, the M3 is a snap to throttle-steer at all angles. The rear end is always ready to come back in line for your next obstacle.
Cons
Car's weight and marginal torque.

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