Those of you who are based in the United States and are thinking about buying the all-new BMW M3 should know that the German high-performance sedan has a starting price of $62,295 so it’s $5,350 more expensive than the model it replaces. In addition, the model could also have a gas guzzler tax which in the previous generation added $1,300 to the car’s final price tag. If there’s still money left in the back, you can opt for the carbon ceramic braking system worth $8,150.
The Bavarian marque is also offering a Driver Assistance Package encompassing autonomous braking, side-view camera, blind spot monitoring and a lane departure warning system – all costing $1,900. For an additional $4,300 you can get the Executive Package that adds satellite radio, keyless entry, headlamp washers, heater rear seats, parking sensors, head-up display and a backup camera.