BMW confirms M3/M4 Competition pricing

The keenly anticipated new Competition variants of the BMW M3 and M4 will land in dealerships in coming days with prices kicking off from $144,900.

BMW Australia today confirmed local pricing and specification details for the new M3 Competition Sedan, M4 Competition Coupe and M4 Competition Convertible. The M3 sedan comes with the lowest starting price, ahead of the Coupe (from $154,900) and Convertible (from $165,900).

Powered by the boosted 331kW straight-six BMW engine, as well as added performance/styling features such as;

  • Uprated springs, dampers and anti-roll bars
  • Star-spoke 20” M light alloys
  • Recalibrated Active M Differential
  • Black high-gloss grille, side gills, window trims and rear model badge
  • M leather seats
  • Woven BMW M stripes stitched into the seat belts

While BMW is also offering M3/M4 Competition buyers the option of a six-speed manual transmission at no extra cost.

Shawn Ticehurst is the Head of Product and Market Planning for BMW Group Australia, he’s told us the BMW M3 and M4 Competition models are sure to be a big hit in Australia.

“With more power, enhanced suspension and bespoke settings for the differential and stability control systems, the Competition variants are aptly named,”

“Arriving hot on the heels of the M2, the M3/M4 Competition models prove that BMW M is on a roll in the company’s centenary.”

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