BMW M3 review

Category: Performance car

Section: Passenger & boot space

BMW M3 2021 rear seats
  • BMW M3 2021 front tracking
  • BMW M3 2021 rear cornering
  • BMW M3 2021 driving seat and dashboard
  • BMW M3 2021 rear seats
  • BMW M3 2021 infotainment controls
  • BMW M3 2021 front
  • BMW M3 2021 right tracking
  • BMW M3 2021 left tracking
  • BMW M3 2021 alloy wheel
  • BMW M3 2021 bonnet badge
  • BMW M3 2021 rear lights
  • BMW M3 2021 infotainment
  • BMW M3 2021 engine
  • BMW M3 2021 front seats
  • BMW M3 2021 front tracking
  • BMW M3 2021 rear cornering
  • BMW M3 2021 driving seat and dashboard
  • BMW M3 2021 rear seats
  • BMW M3 2021 infotainment controls
  • BMW M3 2021 front
  • BMW M3 2021 right tracking
  • BMW M3 2021 left tracking
  • BMW M3 2021 alloy wheel
  • BMW M3 2021 bonnet badge
  • BMW M3 2021 rear lights
  • BMW M3 2021 infotainment
  • BMW M3 2021 engine
  • BMW M3 2021 front seats
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

One of the best things about the BMW M3 (or any performance saloon for that matter) is that you get sports car performance and handling in a package that’s as practical as a regular saloon.

To that end, there’s enough space in the back for a couple of six-footers (three at a push). The optional carbon fibre front seats have a hard back so they're not very comfortable to rest your knees against, but that will only be necessary if the person sitting in front of you has long legs.