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3/09/12 Update: Turns out the M3 hasn't been very reliable for me. Now at 98,000 miles. I have had to replace two fuel pumps (one under waranty) but the one at 90,000 cost me $1,300.00. I've also had the brakes replaced twice, the ball joints replaced on each side ($700.00) and now the suspension needs to be replaced ($900.00). I have had regular oil changes every 5,000 miles and had all of the factory maintenance performed on schedule. It started to nickle and dime me at 90,000 miles. I also had to purchase snow tires as this vehicle was down right not drivable on the all weather tires in the winter. I will need a new clutch, water pump, and timing chain soon...$$$'s.Report it
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