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  • 2020 BMW X6 xDrive40i

    3.0L I-6 cyl,
    8-Speed Automatic,
    Exterior Color:
    White Metallic,
    Interior Color:
    Tacora Red,
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    Sport Seats (Power Front Seats, Lumbar Support, Heated Front Seats)
    • Comments White 2020 BMW X6 xDrive40i AWD 8-Speed Automatic 3.0L I6 DOHC 24V Turbocharged Recent Arrival! 20/26 City/Highway MPG
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Legendary among others in the segment which try to emulate it, the BMW M3 is one of those cars that is instantly known among enthusiasts and consumers alike. Designed for both street and track the M3 Sedan is a rocket on wheels. In the case of the limited edition CS, it is a throwback to the super light cars of a bygone era that were built with track intentions in mind. Extremely limited in its production run, there are only 1,200 models available nationwide.

But for all those others who might not be able to get their hands on a BMW M3 CS, there is the anything-but-standard BMW M3. Starting with the first model M3, a coupe that was built in 1986, BMW has continued to feed enthusiasts a steady diet of performance through their M car division. Originally offered as a coupe, the M Series family has sidestepped, with M4 being Coupe and Convertible offerings while the M3 is offered exclusively as a sedan.

Oomph and more.

Power for the BMW M3 comes from a pair of TwinPower turbochargers that each feed three cylinders of the inline six-cylinder engine found in the BMW M2 and M4 vehicles. Each engine produces 425 horsepower between 5,500-7,300 rpm, and 406 lb-ft of torque from 1,850 to 5,500 rpm. Buyers can also take advantage of the available competition package that offers 444 horsepower. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed Dual Clutch Transmission which uses two clutches to constantly have the next gear ready to upshift for smooth, efficient performance. Power from the M3 Competition model enables the M3 to achieve a 0-60 mph time of 3.9 seconds.

Chassis lightweighting helps, and has been achieved through the use of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic (CFRP) on several major body components. The lightening scheme has even gone so far that both the M3 and its M4 brethren use Carbon roof panels instead of the previously used steel.

With the emphasis on performance, M3 owners needn't worry about vehicle overheating. The M3 is equipped with a track-specification cooling system to ensure the engine, transmission and turbo system is all kept at an optimal operating temperature at all times. With the low-slung stance, and the expansive cooling intakes at front, coupled with the aerodynamic diffuser at the rear, the BMW M3 is a sedan with a purpose.

A look inside.

The interior of the BMW M3 is familiar to fans of the anything but regular BMW 3-Series. At BMW keeping the driver clearly in focus is paramount and the M3 is no different. In this case there are all sorts of reminders telling you this an M-car. From the M gearshift lever, steering wheel, gauge graphics and other extras, this M3 pulls no punches.

The M3's front seats offer a single-piece back panel with adjustable side bolsters to keep you well-fitted while negotiating a sweeping high-speed turn. Once you are nestled inside, it's clear that you are one with this legendary vehicle.

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