If you’ve been wanting a newer performance car which can thrill you on the road and track, this 2018 BMW M3 Competition Package is a good option to consider. With just 11,000 miles on the clock it’s barely broken in, meaning it has a lot of trouble-free use left to give. What’s more, it serves up plenty of performance and has advanced technologies to keep you from getting in over your head.
The first thing anyone is going to notice about this M3 is the Mineral Gray Metallic paint, which is just a little understated so it doesn’t look like you’re screaming for attention. Things are a little spicier for the interior, thanks to a two-tone Sakhir Orange and black scheme, but without losing the sophisticated vibe you expect with a Bimmer.
Under the hood is a nice twin-turbo 3.0-liter S55 inline-six engine, which is what BMW is known for making best. A seven-speed dual-clutch simplifies things and ensures gear changes are lightning-quick. Everyone knows the M3 is a strong performer, but this one has the Competition Package. That means more power and a tighter suspension, plus unique 20-inch wheels. Helping sharping handing further is a quicker steering ratio. Not only does this car hold to the road, factory sport seats hold you in place as you whip through turns.
While performance is definitely the main draw of this BMW, you also get some nice luxury to enjoy. It comes with the Executive Package, adding an advanced heads-up display so you can see important info without glancing down. With rear and side-view cameras you’re less likely to get into an accident. The rear seats are heated, which is also a nice touch. Navigation, carbon-fiber trim pieces, and soft leather are also in the mix.
Not everyone is going to love the finesse mixed with solid power and tight handling in this BMW M3 Competition Package. For the right drivers it’s the perfect vehicle. If you’re interested, it’s being auctioned off right now.
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