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2011 BMW M3 $36,500.00 OBO
46,200 miles
Extended Platinum Warranty valid until 83,880 miles or 1/14/2020 whichever comes first
4.0L/414-hp/295-lb-ft DOHC 32-valve V-8
EPA city/hwy: 14 / 20 mpg

7 speed DCT (Double-Clutch Transmission)
Exterior: Jerez Black Metallic
Interior: Fox Red Novillo Leather
Carbon Leather Trim
Competition Package (ZCP)
Electronic Damping Control (EDC)
M Flat-bottom Alcantara Steering Wheel (alcantara suede surface, M stitching, and yellow steering angle indicator)
19" M Light-alloy wheels
Michelin Pilot Super Sports 245/35/19 F 265/35/19 R
Vorsteiner front bumper
Carbon fiber roof
Carbon fiber front splitter
Carbon fiber rear spoiler
Carbon fiber rear diffuser
M-Performance Exhaust
3M Tint 30%

Navigation System
Bluetooth
USB adapter
Universal Garage Door Opener
Power Heated Front Seats w/ Driver Seat Memory

I purchased this in January 2016 with 35,880 miles on it, I am the second owner. Current mileage is 46,200 as I still drive her on nice weekends. Quick and excellent handling car, never race tracked it. Only selling because I bought a Jeep and she sits more than I drive it. Located in Deptford NJ.

PM, text, or call me if interested.
Philip 609-792-7674

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