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This 2006 BMW M3 Competition is a car truly built for us enthusiasts. It\'s a factory lightweight powerful road rocket that even has further upgraded power in this upgraded example. But the sleek dark style also tells you it has been responsibly owned. And when you look through all the details, you\'ll soon realize you\'ve found The Ultimate Driving Machine.
The M3 Competition is the kind of car we\'re going to covet more and more as the years go by. It was a special edition version that made the E46 M3 a more performance machine. In fact, it was the most hardcore M3 we were offered in the USA. So it just looks terrific in a mean and sleek black. Plus, it gets even means in the upgraded details, like the blackout grille, dark background headlights, and deeply tinted windows. Don\'t forget BMW already made this one quite mean with functional details like the aerodynamic body kit, special Competition-series 19-inch wheels, and a hint of spoiler that reminds us of the classic 3.0 CSL. This one even turns the style/substance up a notch with a lightweight fiberglass hood with heat vents.
This is an actual mileage car, but the presentation inside and out reminds you that even the best performance cars still get treated with the respect of a premium BMW. Just look at how clean and complete the supple leather driver\'s seat is. Plus, this is a loaded coupe with satellite navigation, cruise control, power steering, power locks, keyless entry, power front seats, and a premium Harman-Kardon stereo. Power windows and a power sunroof open this coupe up nicely, and if those breezes aren\'t the ideal temperature, the automatic climate control will deliver the proper comfort. This is a modern classic, which means modern safety features such as dual front airbags, side airbags, stability control, and anti-lock brakes. But the best piece of them all is the one you see when slipping into the driver\'s seat. The Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel is an exclusive piece shared only with the M3 Competition and Euro-only M3 CSL. Rather than an array of knobs and buttons to distract you, there is only one switch. It\'s the most important one; it\'s to turn the track mode on and off.
Under the hood is what makes the E46 M3 so important. This was the last generation of naturally aspirated inline motors. So this 3.2-liter inline six-cylinder is considered by many as the pinnacle of BMW engineering. And while the factory 333 horsepower is considered impressive, this one corrals even more ponies. It inhales deeper with an Injen EIS air intake, and it exhales with added power as headers feed a Rogue Engineering El Diablo exhaust system. Plus, this has the excellent SMG II gearbox option where you use paddles to let the computer shift the six-speed faster than you ever could. The excellent sports suspension is inspired by pieces from the M3 CSL. Plus, it\'s turned up a notch with a Meghan racing strut bar, Turner camber plates, and a rear strut bar. The four-wheel power disc brakes are even enhanced by an upgraded RB big brake kit.
While rarity and power often equal value over the long run, we also love how this one is made for driving today. After all, that\'s what owning a BMW is all about. So if you\'re a true enthusiast, don\'t miss this one. Call today!!!
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