When the F8x BMW M3 and M4 launched, they were loud, proud, and…well, large. Park an M4 next to an original M3, and you can nearly hide the entire older model behind the silhouette of the new one. But when the G80 was launched recently, well…suddenly meet the new boss had me looking at the old boss in a new light. And the S55 is still good for 425 horsepower – and it’ll still rip your face off. 0-60 is gone in 4 seconds and it’ll demolish the older generations in a straight line. But if performance isn’t enough for you to stand apart from the crowd, let’s check out this Individual Fire Orange M4 convertible:
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Model: M4 Convertible
Engine: 3.0 liter twin-turbo inline-6
Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch automatic
Mileage: 38,000 mi
Location: Mooresville, North Carolina
Price: Reserve Auction
Year: 2016 VIN: WBS3U9C59GP968671
Make: BMW Model/Trim: M4 Roadster
Condition: Pre-Owned Body: Convertible
Exterior: Orange Engine: Engine: 3.0L Inline 6-Cylinder M TwinPower Turbo w/o ZCP-inc: automatic start/stop function w/ZCP-inc: automatic start/stop function with 444 HP
Interior: Black Leather Transmission: TRANSMISSION: 7-SPEED M-DOUBLE CLUTCH
Mileage: 37,944 Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
Economy: City 17 / Highway 24
To me this one is just about perfect. It’s a great color, it’s got all the nice features you’d want in a daily driver, the 18s will provide a better ride, the condition is good, and the mileage is lower. Gripes? I’d personally not want a black interior in my convertible, and although the DCT is great for daily duty and lightning-fast changes, I’d really try to get a manual were I buying into one of these. Pricing should remain attainable in the $50k range, which is about half of what a new one would cost you. For a car that looks really special and is still quite new, that seems like a decent deal.
Says it has a North Carolina branded title. That’s probably going to hurt value, and could be hard to finance, as some banks/credit unions will only finance vehicles with clean titles. At least it hasn’t been modded, like so many have. Still be prudent to have all the service records and a PPI.
Does not have clean title. Research before purchasing and speak with seller at length about history.
Sold for $45,050, which is oddly much higher than the car was being listed for sale on the dealer’s website of $39,950. 🤷♂️
All of the cars this dealer sells has branded North Carolina titles, mostly theft recovery or flood damage. At least they are up-front about it.
It’s back and listed again, @John – so perhaps the buyer didn’t follow through. https://www.ebay.com/itm/134183387062
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