Used BMW M3 2003 Petrol for Sale

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Harford Motor Co. Ltd, Dublin
Harford Motor Co. Ltd
Exit 7, M1, City North Bussiness Park, Dublin, Dublin.
http://www.harford.ie
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BMW M3 3.2 Petrol
----- CHRISTMAS SALE NOW ON ------ THIS IS A VERY NICE AND NOW BECOMING RARE BMW M3 COUPE SMG - WITH AUTOMATIC AND PADDLE SHIFT GEARBOX - IN TITANIUM SILVER METALLIC - WITH FULL BLACK NAPPA LEATHER INTERIOR - CLIMATE CONTROL AIR-CONDITIONING - HEATED SEATS - SPORTS LEATHER MULTIFUNCTION STEERING WHEEL - FRONT CENTRE ARM REST - ELECTRIC SEAT ADJUSTMENT WITH MEMORY SETTINGS & LUMBAR SUPPORT - CRUISE CONTROL - UPGRADED STRUT BRACES - 19" GRAPHITE FINISH ALLOYS - FULLY DOCUMENTED MOSTLY BMW STAMPED SERVICE HISTORY WITH THIS CAR -- THE LAST SERVICE UNDERTAKEN THIS CAR INCLUDED THE VANOS REPLACED, ROCKER COVER GASKET DONE, GEAR OIL CHANGED AND GEARBOX SEALS DONE AS WELL AS ENGINE OIL AND FILTERS -- RECEIPTS FOR EVERYTHING DONE -- ALL OUR CARS COME SERVICED & VALETED & WITH A COMPREHENSIVE WARRANTY. TRADE INS WELCOME & FINANCE ARRANGED. CALL OUR SALES TEAM TODAY ON 01-8410777 OR 087-4174170 OR 087-7444454. - HARFORD MOTOR COMPANY -

Price €8,500
Body Type Coupe
Doors 2
Owners 11
Gearbox Manual
Mileage 210,000 Km
Fuel Petrol
MPG -
Boot Size -
Tax Expiry -
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
NCT Expiryup to 06/2017
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018

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01 OCT
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The first BMW I ever owned was an E30-shape 318i. It was a standard four-door model and I loved it. After this, I bought a mint E36-shape 320i. Powered by a seductive straight-six engine, this car was a pleasure to drive. It was the SE model, with full tan leather and all the gizmos. At the same time, my partner had an E36 318i, and it too was a lovely car, only somewhat soft compared to the big six-cylinder versions. This little story proves that I love my BMs, but ultimately the one to have was always the M3. I have been lucky enough to drive both the E36 and E46 variants, but never the old-school, left-hand drive E30. It was the benchmark and the one that kicked off the M3 bloodline with its pure pedigree. If any readers know where I could get my mitts on one, please send me an e-mail! So what have I got today then? Well, I have two of the three variants of the new E92-shape M3: the two-door coupé and the all-new four-door version. Gone is the now-famous 3.2-litre straight six, and in its place we have a stonking, super-lightweight, high-revving, 4.0-litre V8. The purpose of this new powerplant is obviously to bring it in line with its competitors: the Audi RS4, the Mercedes C63 AMG and the latest arrival from Lexus, the IS-F. It packs an unmerciful punch with its 414bhp, and will sprint to 100km/h in just 4.7 seconds. The coupé version has a beautiful, sleek design, with a carbon-fibre roof and those trademark side vents and bonnet bulge, and the four-door doesn’t look half bad either. To the rear, the four tail pipes peer out, and they cause little or no drama until you rev it past 4,500rpm, which is when all hell breaks loose. It’s so loud that you can move cars into the slow lane on the motorway by just touching the clutch and giving it a quick bark. The four-door M3 is not completely new to the BMW range, as there was a very limited production run of E36 four-door models back in the mid ’90s. These didn’t sell terribly well in Europe, with most buyers opting for the coupé version with its somewhat sleeker lines. The new four-door is very different, though. It’s like a baby M5, and mirrors its big brother’s understated look. Driving the coupé for a week, I noticed respect came more from the younger generation aged from 20 to 30, whilst the following week, the four-door was admired more by businessmen ranging from 30 to 45. I found that interesting, but I suppose these are the markets BMW is after. The cabriolet will sit somewhere in between, giving the M3 buyer lots of choice. The big questions are, what was it like to live with, how expensive was it to run and did it handle as well as previous models? This is what fascinated me after reading so many other journalists’ reports on this car. 90 percent say it’s good, but that it has lost the ‘M’ factor and is not as exciting as its predecessors. How wrong they all are! Every E36 M3 I drove, I loved, but I spent more time trying to keep it out of the ditches than enjoying the drive. It was very fast, but also tricky at the edge. They swap ends almost with out notice, and suddenly you find yourself looking back where you came from! The E46 M3 was better – a lot better. It was tight, refined and amazing to drive. It spoke to the driver constantly and felt planted at all times. Of course, you could also be a complete loon if you wanted to. My only regret is I never got to drive a manual version. The E46 I drove had the SMG box, which at the time was cutting-edge, but now seems slow in comparison to the latest DSG boxes. Both of the M3s that I had were good old manuals, and they felt perfect. The clutch is slightly heavy, but it’s a small price to pay for such performance. When you sit in, you are cocooned in some of the finest leather money can buy. The seats are fully electric and the driving position is perfect. The steering wheel is chunky, with the BMW M Racing Division badge and buttons to control the phone, radio and power delivery. The dash is clea

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