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BMW M3 Coupe - E36(1992 to 1999)

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When it was first introduced in 1992, the E36 M3 was initially only available as a coupe. While Sedan and Convertible versions would be introduced in 1994, the E36 M3 coupe was by far the most common body style, with over 46,000 examples built. While European versions were available from launch, the North American E36 M3 was not available until 1995. It is important to note that European versions received more powerful engines. The 3.0L inline six used between 1992 and 1995 produced 286hp, while the later 3.2L inline six produced 316hp. This contrasted with the North American variants, which used a 240hp 3.0L in 1995, which grew in 1996 to 3.2L without any significant increase in power, and only marginal increases in torque. The E36 M3 coupe was available with manual or automatic transmissions, and was in production until 1999, when BMW introduced the E46 M3.

BMW M3 Coupe - E36 FAQs(Show)

Q: What is the highest sale price of a BMW M3 Coupe - E36?

A: The highest recorded sale was $59,950 for a 1996 BMW M3 Coupe 5-Speed on June 16 2020.

Q: What was the cheapest BMW M3 Coupe - E36 ever sold?

A: The lowest recorded sale price was $6,250 for a 1998 BMW M3 Coupe on June 17 2016.

Q: What is the average sale price of a BMW M3 Coupe - E36?

A: The average price of a BMW M3 Coupe - E36 is $17,464.

Q: What years was the BMW M3 Coupe - E36 sold?

A: The BMW M3 Coupe - E36 was sold for model years 1992 to 1999.

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When it was first introduced in 1992, the E36 M3 was initially only available as a coupe. While Sedan and Convertible versions would be… Read more

When it was first introduced in 1992, the E36 M3 was initially only available as a coupe. While Sedan and Convertible versions would be introduced in 1994, the E36 M3 coupe was by far the most common body style, with over 46,000 examples built. While European versions were available from launch, the North American E36 M3 was not available until 1995. It is important to note that European versions received more powerful engines. The 3.0L inline six used between 1992 and 1995 produced 286hp, while the later 3.2L inline six produced 316hp. This contrasted with the North American variants, which used a 240hp 3.0L in 1995, which grew in 1996 to 3.2L without any significant increase in power, and only marginal increases in torque. The E36 M3 coupe was available with manual or automatic transmissions, and was in production until 1999, when BMW introduced the E46 M3.

BMW M3 Coupe - E36 FAQs(Show)

Q: What is the highest sale price of a BMW M3 Coupe - E36?

A: The highest recorded sale was $59,950 for a 1996 BMW M3 Coupe 5-Speed on June 16 2020.

Q: What was the cheapest BMW M3 Coupe - E36 ever sold?

A: The lowest recorded sale price was $6,250 for a 1998 BMW M3 Coupe on June 17 2016.

Q: What is the average sale price of a BMW M3 Coupe - E36?

A: The average price of a BMW M3 Coupe - E36 is $17,464.

Q: What years was the BMW M3 Coupe - E36 sold?

A: The BMW M3 Coupe - E36 was sold for model years 1992 to 1999.

Have another FAQ about the BMW M3 Coupe - E36? Let us know.
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