Great 6 month M4 owner review by Nick Murray.
Chris Harris reviews the Lexus RC-F at the Monticello track and benchmarks it against the F80 M3 and F82 M4. See how they compare inside.
To find out how thirty years of evolution has changed the BMW supercar, Auto Express took along a classic M1 to meet the new i8 at the Auto Express test track. The BMW i8 features a 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbocharged petrol from the MINI Cooper driving the rear wheels, while an electric motor drives the front. Under the engine cover of the M1 is something altogether much more traditional: a 3.5-litre six-cylinder unit putting out 277bhp and 330Nm of torque. This compares to 357bhp and … CONTINUED
Top Gear (Jeremy Clarkson) reviews both the BMW i8 and F80 M3, independently and compared to the other.
Which does he prefer at the end of the day? See inside!
The Fast Lane Car reviews the 2015 Audi S3 against the 228i coupe and takes both onto the track and drag strip.
The 2015 S3 features 292 HP / 280 lb-ft torque and pricing starts at $41,100.
The 2015 228i has 240 HP / 255 lb-ft torque and pricing starts from $32,100
Here is the companion video to our F80 M3 / F82 M4 review, taken at the press launch last year at the Road America track. See inside for the video review, as well as the full article review.
Great owner’s review of the BMW 228i equipped with Track Handling Package.
Chris Harris has released a Christmas Special in which he picks the best car of 2014 out of an impressive array of cars – F80 M3, 918, GT3, F12, 458 Speciale, Trophy R, and V12 Vantage S.
You’ve seen the launch comparison, now watch as Steve Sutcliffe of Autocar takes the M4 versus the i8 around the track.
BIMMERPOST member and M4 owner karussell shares his M4 weight measurements and feedback / review from running the M4 at Road Atlanta.
Full review on CarThrottle
Coca-Cola vs. Pepsi. The Hatfields vs. McCoys. M3 vs. RS4. These are the classic rivalries, and in the case of the BMW vs. Audi, I don’t think it will ever go away.
For good reason, as we know its not just a matter of brand pride but these cars seem to more evenly matched up then ever.
Luckily the folks over at CarThrottle have gotten their hands on both cars and done a thorough comparison. *Spoiler alert* : The M3 wins yet … CONTINUED
Motor Trend written review of the BMW M4 against the Lexus RC F.
BMW M5 30 Year Anniversary Edition review by Autoblog.nl.
The D4 Biturbo is Alpina’s follow up to the stunning D3. It’s capable of reaching 60mph in 4.6 seconds and can return up to 53mpg. Sounds like the perfect package, then, but are there any drawbacks? Steve Sutcliffe of Autocar finds out.
To find out how thirty years of evolution has changed the BMW supercar, Auto Express we took along a classic M1 to meet the new i8 at the Auto Express test track. The BMW i8 features a 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbocharged petrol from the MINI Cooper driving the rear wheels, while an electric motor drives the front. Under the engine cover of the M1 is something altogether much more traditional: a 3.5-litre six-cylinder unit putting out 277bhp and 330Nm of torque. This compares to 357bhp … CONTINUED
Chris Harris is now out with his new (free to watch) youtube channel.
Among videos that have been uploaded you can find a full review of the F80 M3. For those who subscirbed and paid for drive+, you have already seen it. For everyone else.
The M235i is a substantial 4 seconds quicker than the M3 around the track, a huge advantage (as also commented by the Auto Bild crew).
The E46 M3 is still the rawer and more entertaining car (according to one of them), but the guy “sponsoring” the M3 has to admit defeat in the end.