“Available from 1997 to 2002, the M Roadster improved on almost every aspect of the garden-variety Z3. Compared to the base models, the Z3 M Roadster had a standard limited-slip differential, a wider rear track to accommodate aggressively-wide tires, larger brakes, and most importantly, a 3.2-liter inline-six producing 240 hp in the North American version and 316 hp in the European model.
The North American M Roadster benefited from a refresh in 2001 which included the same more potent motor featured in the European Z3 M, but the basic roadster secret sauce was the same—cram a big torquey engine into a lightweight roadster and hold on tight.” – MotorBiscuit, Jimmy Brown 2020
This 2001 BMW M Roadster has only 23,869 miles. With the gleaming Titanium Silver Metallic paint and the two-tone black and dark grey leather interior, both in great condition, the BMW presents very well.
The car has been well maintained and recorded by the previous owners. Despite its raw power and excellent performance engineering this M Roadster has never been track driven. The brakes and clutch are working well and not in need of immediate replacement. The factory shadow chrome wheels are wrapped in Michelin tires which provide excellent handling. The two front tires where recently replaced this season and have less than 200 miles of wear.
If you are looking for the ultimate sports car that provides a refined yet exhilarating ride this is the one for you.
If you would like to learn more about this vehicle, please contact us at Legendary Motors LLC.