For British readers who have been thinking of buying an E92 BMW M3, looks like you won’t be able to do it anytime this year. The 700 cars that have been allocated to the UK market for 2007 have all been snapped up. The average British BMW M3 order included Â£4700 worth of accessories, bringing the average price of each M3 ordered up from the base price of Â£50,625 to Â£55,325. The most popular accessory is the 19 inch alloy wheels, with the next popular being the DAB digital radio.
2008 sales for the UK are expected to be around 2,000 cars, let’s hope production keeps up with demand! BTW click here for two ways how you can get a chance to drive the BMW M3 on the Nurburgring.
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