When buying a new or used car, some of the most important information lies in the vehicle's specifications. These numbers - things like horsepower, torque and ride height, ultimately determine how well a car will perform on the road.
Of course, a driver can research all the numbers they want, but it won't mean anything until they get the car out on the road. Often, a car performs better or worse than the numbers initially indicate. The driving experience can also be highly subjective. One driver may want a smooth ride above all else, while another likes to feel the seat vibrate as they open up the engine. Many factors contribute to the right car.
the 2011 BMW M3 model include stability control system
The safety features provided as standard in the BMW M3 model include stability control system, front side air bags, traction control, full length side curtain air bags and antilock disc brakes. The sports car gained good results in the side impact and frontal offset crash testing.