Used 2012 BMW M3 Coupe Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2012 BMW M3 Coupe

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 Pros While the engine is designed to run for RON 98 fuel, RON 95 fuel can still be used.

 Pros Requested extra features will be factory-installed.

 Pros Can be equipped with various sound system paraphernalia: Harman/Kardon Surround Sound System; USB/Audio Interfaces; BMW Individual High-End Audio System.

 Pros The BMW M3 Coupe 2012 can be equipped to access the internet, which allows the driver or passengers to download and/or purchase internet content.

 Pros The connectivity of the vehicle to mobile devices is possible through Bluetooth technology. This relieves users from plugging in wires, which can also clutter the interior.

 Pros In performance, the 2012 BMW M3 Coupe accelerates from 80-140 Km/hour at 4th Gear.

 Pros The default vehicle does not come with many amenities and have to picked by the buyer, which turns to be a good thing since this gives the owner more control with the vehicle's price tag.

 Pros Can reach top speed in less than 5 seconds.

 Pros The chassis's front bumper is made up of aluminum impact absorbers and there are steel ones in the rear.

 Pros The chassis also comes with integrated roll cage for unfortunate accidents, that are a risk no matter how careful one may be at driving.

 Pros Comes with typical accessories like seat belts, matt covers, and compartments.

 Cons The two passenger seats at the back don't have doors of their own, making it hard to enter or exit.

 Cons Using RON 95 Fuel will reduce the top speed of the vehicle.

 Cons The 2012 BMW M3 Coupe is built more for the racetrack rather than the typical family car, so be sure to purchase accordingly.