First-ever BMW M3 Competition Touring makes its debut

If you want everyday practicality and blistering performance, then the first-ever BMW M3 Competition Touring car lease model is for you.

BMW says their new car offers a blend of practicality and impressive performance and it’s only available in competition guise with the firm’s all-wheel drive system, M xDrive.

Despite the size, BMW says the vehicle combines a race car feeling with versatility and a distinctive character.

It’s available to order now and it’s a spacious and interesting offering.

BMW M3 Competition Touring car lease
The contract hire BMW M3 Competition Touring has made its debut offering practicality and performance.

Contract hire BMW M3 Competition Touring

The power for the contract hire BMW M3 Competition Touring comes from a 3.0-litre straight-six engine producing 510 hp with twin-turbo technology.

There’s torque of 650 Nm and its 0 to 62 mph sprint time is 3.6 seconds.

It will go onto an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph, though there is an option to boost that to 174 mph.

Fuel economy for the M3 Competition Touring is around 28 mpg, with emissions of 229g/km.

M Steptronic gearbox tuned to the engine’s performance

The power is delivered efficiently with the eight-speed M Steptronic gearbox that’s been tuned to the engine’s performance.

There is quick gear shifting for those wanting a performance-focused drive with the standard shift paddles fitted to the steering wheel also offering drivers the option of accessing the lowest possible gear when in manual mode.

The M xDrive all-wheel drive offering ensures the grip and there’s a rear-wheel bias that offers drivers agility and enhanced traction.

The integrated wheel slip control function also offers quick adjustments for thrills – and underpins the car’s unruffled performance which is something the M model is renowned for.

Comfort in the leased M3 Competition Touring

Drivers also get to enjoy lots of safety equipment and comfort in the leased M3 Competition Touring with park distance control fitted as standard.

There’s also front collision warning and cruise control that have a braking function and lane departure warning.

BMW has also added rear cross traffic warning, driving assistance, a steering and lane control system and active cruise control.

Stylish and well-equipped Tourer

This is also a stylish and well-equipped Tourer with the firm’s curved screen that incorporates a 14.9-inch control display and a 12.3-inch instrument display behind the steering wheel.

This is part of the Live Cockpit Professional and there’s a head-up display with various specific readouts.

It’s also a quiet place to spend time with three-zone automatic climate control, and acoustic glazing for the windscreen.

For many drivers, the BMW M3 Competition Touring car lease model offers a stylish, high-performance car that is spacious and certainly worth looking at as a contract hire offering because of the £80,550 price tag.