Buying a 2019 BMW M3 is a major investment, but one that could pay off in the long run.
The 2019 M3 will start at $100,000, but you’ll need to pay a lot more than that if you want to drive the M3 in its full M3 trim level, which will include the M2 sedan and M3 hatchback.
So we’ll go through what you need to know about the 2019 BMW 325i and 350i before we get into the differences.
Pros: High-tech engine and transmission The M3’s high-tech turbocharged inline-four is one of the best engines in its class, but the BMW 325is just as fast.
This engine has a new turbocharger and has a better fuel economy than previous BMW 325Is.
The new engine produces 400 horsepower and is rated at 130 miles per hour.
It is a new powertrain for the M series.
Cons: Limited powertrain options The BMW 325 is available only in the M trim level.
However, the M sedan and the M hatchback will also get the powertrain.
The M4, the most powerful BMW car in its line, will also receive the powertrains.
There is a limited powertrain option for the new BMW 325.
It comes with a four-speed manual transmission and is priced at $95,000.
The 330i will get the same powertrain and will start from $100 on sale.
The 340i will have the same engine and will cost $80,000 on sale starting in 2021.
The 370i will be the first of the new powertraining models.
It will come with the same four-cylinder engine and it will be priced at only $85,000 starting in 2022.
The 390i will also have the power-training option.
It has a more powerful engine, but it will start out at $120,000 in 2021, and the price will go up to $150,000 by 2025.
The 335i will come in the $100-plus range starting in 2025.
Pros to Buy: The BMW 328i is an incredible performance car, and its suspension is fantastic.
It’s a sporty car, but if you are a racer, you will love its performance.
If you want a car that’s not going to get you a bunch of trophies, this is the car for you.
Cons to Buy (and be sure to read our M3 review): The 320i will not be a good choice if you plan on driving a lot of M3s.
The 310i has the best M3 transmission in its lineup, and it is a good option for those who are looking to spend less money.
It also has the worst M3 suspension.
The 318i is a great all-around sports car that is not a bad option for budget-conscious buyers.
The 328i comes in the range, but we recommend the 328i, as it is more powerful.
The 325i is great if you need a performance car that isn’t going to blow your budget.
The 350i will only come in a few trim levels.
It can only be found in the standard M3, which is the same trim level as the 330i.
The 320, 330i, and 340i are the best all-rounders available in the 2018 lineup.
Pros of Buying: You’ll need a lot less money for a good performance car.
If all you want is the best performance sedan in the business, this car is not for you, but its a good bet for a few million dollars more.
Cons of Buys: The 340 is the lowest-priced of the bunch, which means that it will cost you a lot if you’re looking to save a few hundred dollars.
Pros not to buy: You won’t get the best suspension or a great engine.
You will get a performance sedan that will cost more than you think.