2011 BMW M3
54,714 Miles | Colma, CA
$33,998
est. $490/mo

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2011 BMW M3
61,768 Miles | Henderson, NV
$29,998
est. $432/mo

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2011 BMW M3
60,210 Miles | Colma, CA
$26,998
est. $389/mo

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2011 BMW M3
70,775 Miles | Pompano Beach, FL
$25,998
est. $375/mo

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2011 BMW M3
55,440 Miles | Fresno, CA
$28,998
est. $418/mo

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2011 BMW M3
49,125 Miles | Beaverton, OR
$28,998
est. $418/mo

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2011 BMW M3
72,806 Miles | Highland Park, IL
$30,000
est. $432/mo

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2011 BMW M3
92,105 Miles | Highland Park, IL
$24,495
est. $353/mo

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2011 BMW M3
| Phoenix, AZ
$28,800
est. $415/mo

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2011 BMW M3
49,301 Miles | Kennesaw, GA
$27,998
est. $404/mo

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2011 BMW M3
98,892 Miles | Tampa, FL
$23,500
est. $339/mo

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2011 BMW M3
94,667 Miles | Sturgis, MI
$22,895
est. $330/mo

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2011 BMW M3
82,698 Miles | Newark, CA
$25,488
est. $367/mo

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2011 BMW M3
| Hawthorne, CA
$25,995
est. $375/mo

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2011 BMW M3
60,596 Miles | Saugus, MA
$27,775
est. $400/mo

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2011 BMW M3
74,797 Miles | San Jose, CA
$22,995
est. $331/mo

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2011 BMW M3
29,662 Miles | Greensboro, NC
$29,988
est. $432/mo

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2011 BMW M3
81,104 Miles | Downers Grove, IL
$22,500
est. $324/mo

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2011 BMW M3
54,210 Miles | Pompano Beach, FL
$27,000
est. $389/mo

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2011 BMW M3
39,858 Miles | St. Louis, MO
$26,450
est. $381/mo

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2011 BMW M3 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0

2011 BMW M3 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2011 BMW M3 - Feeling very good.

M3 Owner
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
Like a wolf in sheep’s clothing, the E46 — and the special lightweight CSL edition — could destroy most sports cars of its day while still feeling like a car you could live with everyday. With 26,000 sold in the U.S., there are plenty of opportunities to find a car with under 100K miles, though getting one with a little over could make your wallet happier. The biggest issue you have to look out for is a cracking sub frame, one of the E46’s kryptonic flaws. You’ll be looking at least $15,000 USD for a decent example with higher mileage, and around $25,000 USD for a well-sorted one.
Story
The new M3/M4 is an amazing piece of German engineering. The speed gathers like a supercar and it can be docile when warranted with a host of lavish technological additions—nine chassis settings for starters. However, it’s gotten a bit soft in its current guise. The turbocharged motor no longer sounds like a maddening mix of nails in a blender and the busyness of naturally-aspirated fury at ov... (more)
Pros
Amazing naturally aspirated inline-six that revs to forever. Perfect weight distribution of 50/50. Pages on pages of forum information to help you tackle any project. Again, maintenance could get pricey if you don’t DIY and don’t inspect records with a fine-tooth comb before purchasing. Exhaust could sound a bit raspy.
Cons
iDrive was new, and is terrible to use. Not as “pure” of a driving experience as previous M3s.

2011 BMW M3 - The M3

Jennifer
Redwood City, California
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
It's a really fun car to ride, good horsepower, torque and sound. The paddle shifter is good, but if you have the chance, do consider the manual stick shift older models.
Story
I took it for a good spin down highway 1, up to the city, Twin Peaks and crossed the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito. Pretty good ride and scenery.
Pros
Fun drive and mostly comfortable interior with a good blend of technology. The older model does not feature a nice display panel like on the latest.
Cons
The built-in GPS is a pain to use sometimes. Stereo is not the best either. The car can be more bumpy than the full-sized sedans, and some may moan on long rides or bumpy roads.

2011 BMW M3 Pricing Analysis

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