1993 BMW M3 E36
1993 BMW M3 E36
|Mileage Indicated||295 569km|
|Transmission||5 Speed Manual|
|Engine||3l In-line 6|
|Exterior Colour||Dark Blue Metallic|
Between 1990 and 2000, BMW introduced the E36 model as part of their esteemed BMW 3 Series lineup. The E36 marked the debut of the hatchback body style within the 3 Series range, paving the way for subsequent releases including the wagon, compact hatchback, convertible, coupe, and the rare four-door convertible Baur TC4.
Distinguished by its significance, the E36 was the first 3 Series to offer a six-speed manual transmission, a four-cylinder diesel engine, and a five-speed automatic transmission.
This particular example boasts a deep blue metallic exterior and a well-maintained interior. These vehicles are ascending not only in value but also in their collectible appeal. With its 6-cylinder engine, this BMW M3 provides an exhilarating driving experience.
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