2012 BMW M3 Coupe Review
2012 BMW M3 Coupe Review - 2012 BMW M3 Coupe is just one of the best high-performance cars are available and does not require you to sacrifice daily needs. With four seats, a comfortable ride but firm and 11 cubic feet of trunk space, the 2012 BMW M3 Coupe quietly take you across the city, but it breathes fire and move out quickly when driven. Broadly speaking the 2012 BMW M3 Coupe has not changed, except that it now has some features as standard equipment. Like previous models, powered by a 4.0 liter V8 engine that have power of 414 hp at 8400 rpm. In a straight track, the 2012 BMW M3 Coupe is almost as fast Porsche 911. A very balanced chassis and available adaptive suspension dampers help angle BMW M3 stable without sacrificing ride comfort on the highway or for working hard in the city.
2012 BMW M3 Coupe powered by strong engine V8 4.0-liter double overhead cam (DOHC) that produces 295 ft-lb of torque @ 3900 rpm and 414 horsepower @ 8300 rpm. This engine mated to six-speed manual transmission with rear limited slip differential and rear wheel drive as standard. A seven-speed dual-clutch automated-manual transmission (M DCT) is optional, that offer manual operation via steering-wheel paddles and as a full automatic mode. In performance test, 2012 BMW M3 Coupe accelerate from 0-60 mph in 4.6 seconds, very quick. EPA-estimated fuel economy with transmission manual on 14 mpg city/20 mpg highway and 16 mpg combined.
Standard safety features on 2012 BMW M3 Coupe include 4-wheel ABS, dual front with head protection chambers side-mounted airbags, child seat anchors, remote anti-theft alarm system, emergency braking assist, front and rear ventilated disc brakes, cornering lights, daytime running lights, engine immobilizer, auto delay off headlamps, dusk sensing headlamps, xenon high intensity discharge headlamp, 2 front headrests, 2 rear headrests, passenger airbag occupant sensing deactivation, front seatbelt pretensioners, stability control, traction control, electronic brakeforce distribution, emergency interior trunk release, front power adjustable headrests, rear height adjustable headrests, post-collision safety system, adaptive headlights, self-leveling headlights, tire pressure monitoring and park distance control. In brake testing, 2012 BMW M3 Coupe stopped from 60 mph in 100 feet, a shortest distances we have recorded.
2012 BMW M3 Coupe Interior
2012 BMW M3 Coupe is a sport sedan four passenger that sold into the market with prices MSRP from $68,750 and comes with standard equipment that include 18-inch wheels, a carbon-fiber roof, a limited-slip rear differential, automatic and adaptive xenon headlights, automatic wipers, split-folding rear seat, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, leather-cloth upholstery, manual sport seats with power-adjustable side bolsters and lumbar support, USB/iPod interface, Bluetooth, BMW Assist telematics service, a single-CD sound system with HD radio and an auxiliary audio jack. Optional package is Competition that adds adaptive 19-inch wheels with high-performance tires, suspension dampers, different programming for EDC, a lowered suspension and stability control.
2012 BMW M3 Coupe have a quiet and comfortable cabin, sports seats become overwhelming support in the hard drive, and also very comfortable for long trips. The rear seats as well as calming and provide space passenger smaller, you may not want to keep your friends up sitting there for too long. Arm passenger seatbelts automatically give their belts and eliminate awkward body to rotate the belt. There are 9 cubic feet of luggage space behind and a maximum of 11 cubic feet with rear seats folded. In the interior workmanship, the 2012 BMW M3 Coupe is very good. But despite the different available metallic and wood accents, the overall design is a little quiet. iDrive electronics interface mandatory with the optional navigation system is the best version of BMW system and reasonably easy to use.
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