A BMW favourite, the ‘Pure’ model is back for a limited time, priced sharply at $125,000.
BMW says enthusiasts hoping to secure one of the cut-price M3 Coupe ‘Pure’ versions need to get their skates on as the producton run cannot be extended.
As per normal practice, equipment levels while not quite other M3s are nevertheless still high. For example, BMW M3 enthusiasts will notice the Anthracite cloth/black leather combination seats and the Titanium Shadow interior trim highlights.
Still available for the BMW M3 Pure Coupe is the Competition Package, M Drive and electronic damper control.
“Althouh the M3 Pure Coupe isn’t limited in terms of numbers, the limited production time will mean the opportunity will be gone before you know it, so get in quick,” advised BMW Australia chief Phil Horton.