2002 BMW M3 Consumer Review: Sports car for family of four

2002 BMW M3 - Consumer Review

Average Consumer Rating

102 Total Reviews

Base Convertible (3.2L 6-cyl. 6-speed Manual)

Build Quality
Reliability Value
Sports car for family of four
By hamertime on


2002 BMW M3 2dr Convertible (3.2L 6cyl 6M)


With two kids and the urge to have a
sports car, the M3 convertible brings
together incredible performance, tons
of fun, BMW safety and room for the
kids in the back. I hate to sound like
a commercial, but taking my daughters
to school with the top down (which they
love) or stretching it out on a country
road, this car does it all. I can fit
my golf clubs in the trunk. Inside the
cockpit, the BMW engineers lay
everything at your fingetips. I
strongly recommend the SMG
transmission, its the only option you
really need. Although it holds its
value well, you may want to get one
used with low mileage to save the 7-8K
hit you take in the first year.

Best Features

The SMG transmission allow you to shift flawlessly and with incredible speed. It also lets those in your family who prefer an automatic to drive the car with ease.

Worst Features

The sound system is ok, but not up to snuff with the rest of the car. Skip the Harmon Kardon and spend money with a local outfitter to get your sound.
Recommend (0) (0)

Are you the author of this review?

Update Your Review
Report it
Comments (0) Post a Comment
Post a Comment

You must be signed in to post a comment.


Select a different vehicle  
Recently Viewed
There are no recently viewed vehicles to display

Write Consumer Reviews

Write Consumer Reviews

Write a review and rate your own car.