Bmw 3 series

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Asked by Jun 10, 2017 at 06:22 PM about the BMW 3 Series

Question type: General

I'm looking in getting a Bmw 3 series coupe m
sport. But want do know what litre to go for 2.0 or
higher. Which one holds their value better when you
come to sell it

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If you're looking at an M Coupe, you'll get the engine that BMW puts in it. Sorry to be blunt, but these cars aren't like pickup trucks or American cars with multiple engine choices. Each model number has a standard engine which is why there are multiple model numbers under each series (that and there's more standard/optional equipment as the model numbers climb). BMW. doesn't have any optional engines under the model numbers (the M Coupe is it's own model number in the series). As such, there isn't any optional engines in the M Series coupes. I believe that engine is a twin turbo straight 6, which, frankly, is the best engine BMW builds. The 2.0 4 cylinder turbo isn't in the M Coupe. That's in the 328i.

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