2021 BMW M3 – Review, Specs, Configurations, Prices, and Interior

2021 BMW M3 Specs

MSRP: $69,900 - $72,800.
3.9

Reliability

3.0/5

Safety

4.8/5

Interior

3.5/5

Performance

4.3/5

Strengths

  • It provides a standard manual six-speed transmission.
  • For the very first time, it is accessible with AWD.
  • It has a track-tuned competition version.
  • It provides effective infotainment.

Weaknesses

  • Frightening front-end styling is offered.
  • The interior layout is uninspired.


Review 

The 2021 BMW M3 Sedan produces a sporty 480 hp and 550 Nm of torque. A rather aggressive driving style is made possible using the rear-wheel drive and efficiently increased manual 6-speed M transmission, rendering the vehicle a puristic, thoroughbred athlete. After a long build-up fraught with official teasers, unofficial leaked photos, and countless spy shots, the BMW M3 has launched.

Engine output increases to 503 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque in the BMW M3. The Competition is only available with an automatic transmission, but the xDrive AWD system is available from BMW. Acceleration to 60 is recorded at 3.8 seconds in the M3 Competition.  Effective dimensions and distinctive four-door 3-box configuration blend with M’s sportiness characteristic, the BMW 3 Series Sedan M Automobiles. The BMW M3 Rivalry Sedan, with its impressive 510 hp and 650 Nm of torque, leads the quartet of strong iconic characters.

It is based on a high BMW M TwinPower Turbo power unit, Drivelogic 8-speed M Steptronic, Active M Differential,  optional all-wheel-drive M xDrive* and various motorsport-derived advancements; it guarantees optimum driving dynamics, both in routine use and on the race track.

The BMW M340i xDrive Sedan completes the model range: the powerful sports saloons inspire with a particularly balanced combination of sportiness, performance, and convenient daily utility in addition to their attractive design. From summer 2021, *M xDrive is expected to be available.

Although some individuals are willing to dismiss the car based on the front-end styling alone, it is worth noting that the new M3 improves in every observable way on its predecessor (yes, even grille size), possibly bringing it back near the top of the sedan pantheon’s results.

More details regarding the Features, Configurations, and Interior are described in the sections below. If you want to know about the 2021 BMW 330 Sedan, then click our post.

Specs and Features

Engine3.0L I-6
Seating5 Passengers
Power473 @ 6250 rpm
Transmission6-spd man w/OD
MPG16 City / 23 Hwy
DrivetrainRear-wheel Drive
2021 BMW M3 Specs and Features

Price

The MSRP of the 2021 BMW M3 is $69,900 – $72,800.

What’s Newly Include in 2021 

  • No new upgrades features include in the BMW M3 2021.

2021 BMW M3 Configurations

The different configurations of the BMW M3 2021 are listed below:

1. Base

Price: The MSRP of the Base trim is $69,900.

Specs and Features: It comes with a 3.0L I-6 Engine, 6-spd man w/OD Transmission, 473 @ 6,250 rpm Horsepower, 406 @ 2,650 rpm Torque, rear-wheel-drive type, ABS and driveline Traction control, 18″ grey forged aluminium wheels, front air conditioning, dual-zone automatic, rear air conditioning, with separate controls, driver and front passenger heated-cushion, heated-seatback, heated front seats, SiriusXM with 360L AM/FM/HD/Satellite, seek-scan radio, 2 – 1st row LCD monitor, keyfob (all doors) remote keyless entry, heated mirrors, windshield wipers – rain-sensing, merino leather seat trim, driver and passenger lumbar support, a navigation system, and Park Distance Control Parking assist.

2. Competition

Price: The MSRP of the Competition trim is $72,800.

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost identical to the Base trim except, 8-spd w/OD Transmission, 503 @ 6,250 rpm Horsepower, 479 @ 2,750 rpm Torque, and 19″ machined w/painted accents forged aluminium. Wheels.

2021 BMW M3 Configuration
2021 BMW M3 Configuration

2021 BMW M3 Interior

The BMW M3 trunk provides 13.0 cubic feet of cargo space. For larger goods, split-folding second-row seats increase cargo space. The front-row legroom measures 41.6 inches in the BMW, a little less than the Alfa’s 42.4 inches. Similar to the Quadrifoglio’s 35.1 inches, the second-row legroom in the M3 is 35.6 inches.

In the BMW M3, which corresponds to 38.6 inches in the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, the front-row headroom averages 40.6 inches. In the M3, the second-row headroom is 37.8 inches, much more than the 37.6 inches of the Giulia.

The BMW M3 is fitted with a 10.3-inch infotainment touchscreen running the newest iDrive device from BMW as standard. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless are included, as is integrated navigation. There are M-specific output readouts on the 12.3-inch digital gauge monitor, and a head-up display is optional. Standard equipment includes a Harman Kardon premium audio system.

2021 BMW M3 Interior
2021 BMW M3 Interior

Should I Buy a 2021 BMW M3?

Yes, it overall good car. It’s more comfortable, smoother, and easier to drive than ever before, and it still delivers great thrills when you give it a stick. The turbocharged engine and exhaust have average aural feedback, and the steering wheel has no feel, but those are standard features these days, and finding cars that make these systems sound and feel excellent is unusual.

You may also Ask for

Why is BMW M3 so expensive?

The 2021 BMW M3 is priced at a cost that the seller (BMW) feels the market can bear, as with most products in a free market economy, i.e., maximizing profit by selling as much as possible without leaving unsellable inventory BMW quickly sells all the M3s they can produce, so it’s not too costly by that criterion.

How much is a 2021 BMW M3?

An MSRP of $69,900 is eligible for the BMW M3 Sedan, almost $2,500 more than the F80 M3 Sedan. In particular, concerning the $69,150 price of the F82 M4, the 2021 BMW M4 starts at $71,800. For both variants, of course, BMW provides a competitive model. The BMW M3 Competition is valued at $72,800, while $74,700 is offered in the M4 Competition.

Is a 2021 BMW M3 a reliable car?

The BMW M3 looks strong on paper as far as reliability goes. In the most recent reliability survey, the 3 Series and the 4 Series cars have a mixed record and completed mid-way down their respective categories. Out of 37 makers, BMW as a brand finished in 16th place.

Which BMW is the fastest?

The BMW M5 Competition model is the BMW lineup’s fastest production car, going from 0 to 60 mph in 3.1 seconds.

For more information about the latest BMW M3, kindly visit the Official Website.

Bilal Ibrahim

Bilal Ibrahim is an automotive engineer, graduated from NED University of Engineering and Technology.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.