The fifth generation of the BMW 3 Series consists of the BMW E90 (sedan), BMW E91 (wagon, marketed as 'Touring'), BMW E92 (coupe) and BMW E93 (convertible) compact executive cars. The E90/E91/E92/E93 was produced from December 2004 to 2013 and is often collectively referred to as the E90 or E9x.
Also question is, what is the difference between e92 and e93?
In terms of performance, straight line, you can feel a difference off the mark, but by book speed it's neglible. Between the two you can feel this. In the bends the E93 obviously does carry more weight, and you are aware of this when you've driven an E92 M3, but they are still a great drivers car.
Similarly, should I buy an e92 m3?
The E92 was a fantastic car, and if that's the car you prefer to the newer F80, as long as you've driven both and made a fair comparison, then the E92 M3 will make an excellent purchase. So let's go over some of the reasons to buy one. Most cars depreciate awfully. So buying a used car is always a safer bet.
Which m3 is the best?
The Best BMW M3 Ever Is…
- The M3 is what everyone thinks of when they think of BMW.
- The E30 M3 is the one that comes to mind first when anyone mentions the M3.
- The E36 M3 was bigger, heavier, more comfortable and more powerful.
- I call the E46 the muscle car of the M3s.
Which BMW 3 Series is the most reliable?