The latest generation BMW 3 Series Coupe is available with nine engines ranging from the 320i to the 335 and 420bhp V8 in the BMW M3. Some of the BMW 3 Series are quick; some are economical and most are both. The BMW 3 Series is one of the most cost effective coupes to own even the 335i returns just under 35mpg.
Inside the BMW 3 Series Coupe it is built to BMW’s typically high standards. There is plenty of room in the back despite the lower roofline than the saloon. The boot is a good shape and size is approximately 440 litres.
The standard BMW 3 Series Coupe comes in SE trim and that gets buyers 17" alloy wheels, cruise control, xenon headlights with built in daytime running lights, Dakota leather upholstery and dual-zone air-conditioning. The M Sport trim level comes at a hefty premium of around £2,500 but it does much to enliven the look of the car. The M aerodynamic bodykit is added as are 19" alloy wheels while various M-Sport accessories pop-up inside. As many as 65 per cent of BMW 3 Series Coupe buyers take the M Sport option.
The BMW 3-Series Coupe is a great driver’s car with some world-beating engines and this improved Coupe version adds even sleeker styling and some more efficient engines into that outstanding mix. The car doesn’t come cheap but buyers really do get value for their money. Prices start at £27845 for the BMW 3 Series Coupe 320i going up to £52,050 for the BMW 3 Series 4.0 V8 M3.