2015 BMW M3
27,750 Miles
$46,850

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$48,150

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2015 BMW M3
57,372 Miles
$43,850

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2015 BMW M3
29,380 Miles
$40,999

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2015 BMW M3
30,499 Miles
$42,799

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2015 BMW M3
40,140 Miles
$40,999

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2015 BMW M3
26,980 Miles
$48,998

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2015 BMW M3
31,993 Miles
$47,998

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2015 BMW M3
26,974 Miles
$46,998

Meridian, ID
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2015 BMW M3
21,320 Miles
$50,998

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2015 BMW M3
20,678 Miles
$47,998

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2015 BMW M3
28,688 Miles
$47,543

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2015 BMW M3
11,169 Miles
$48,600

Philadelphia, PA
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2015 BMW M3
23,458 Miles
$48,900

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2015 BMW M3
18,003 Miles
$50,900

Seaside, CA
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2015 BMW M3
38,987 Miles
$55,988

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2015 BMW M3
30,386 Miles
$51,995

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2015 BMW M3
18,399 Miles
$50,981

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2015 BMW M3
31,988 Miles
$49,990

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$60,997

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2015 BMW M3 Buyer's Guide

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

2015 BMW M3 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2015 BMW M3 - Excellent car, on driving its very smooth, steering control is very good.

adhu
90083
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
Living with the M3 means enduring the drama of its carbon-ceramic brakes, which repeatedly frighten us when they get wet and pedal feel vanishes, even as BMW is adamant that they are working properly. It also means suffering a loud, bone-jarring ride that cannot be ameliorated, even by switching the adjustable suspension into Comfort mode. It means listening to the muffler do its best impersonation of a garbage disposal filled with rocks when we start the car in the morning, even after multiple visits to service. It means that by this time in our test, some editors are as tired of the car as the car is tired, even if we all still love the way it looks and performs.
Story
Its fun to travel with my friends.
Pros
There was a single trim level for both, powered by a 3.2-liter six-cylinder engine producing 333 hp and 262 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed manual transmission was standard, while a six-speed sequential manual gearbox (SMG) was offered as an option starting for the 2015 model year. The latter allows manual-style shifting via paddle shifters next to the steering wheel, and although it was popular, we weren't fans of its herky-jerky performance.
Cons
There is the obvious which is pre-mature tire wear, aside from that are there any other disadvantages. You'll tramline a bit more on really poor road surfaces, it gets particularly bad on one freeway heading to one of my local tracks. I wouldn't call it so dangerous as to be threatening, but you'll want to stay focus while driving. I run -3 in the front and similar in the rear. Depending on how much you run it can negatively impact tire wear by wearing out the inside of the tires. I don't know how much these cars can run without wearing out the insides. Late braking do you run -3.0 street ... (more)

2015 BMW M3 - The 2018 BMW M3 has impeccable credentials and high expectations.

Richard
Lake Ridge, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
Like power, handling. Dislike high parts costs and the fact it might not be that reliable as I have had $10,000 in major repairs in the last four years. It does have a timeless design, however. I feel like it will be a classic car one day.
Story
I really love the SMG transmission, shifting in 80ms in its fastest shift-mode. The 333hp engine really puts out and throws you into your seat. It handles like a dream, very snappy and doesn't lag at all. The throttle input is amazing as well, the engine responds instantly as you depress the pedal.
Pros
Performance both handling and acceleration.
Cons
Parts and labor are very expensive. I have had two major issues with the car since I've had it at 78k miles and four years. $10,000 in major repairs.

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