[VIDEO]: Is BMW M3 Competition to xDrive Model worth a try?

The BMW M3 Competition xDrive is now available in dealerships and offers customers the opportunity to purchase an all-wheel drive M3. The M3 xDrive, on the other hand, stands out for its overall superiority over the rear-wheel drive model. In fact, the M3 xDrive is so compelling that even rear-wheel drive M3 drivers could be convinced to upgrade. Joe Achilles, a popular YouTuber, decided to trade in his M3 Comp for an xDrive version.

Achilles has decided to involve viewers in ordering his new BMW M3 xDrive. In this video, he will trade in his rear-wheel drive vehicle. It’s a beautiful colour combination with an interior in Portimao Blue over Kyalami Orange and carbon fibre bucket seats instead of leather seats. Grillez aside, this M3 has a stunning look. To replace the car, he opted for a slightly different colour scheme.

Even though he has only owned the BMW M3 for a few months, the front-wheel drive car is so comfortable as a daily driver that it seems pointless to keep the rear-wheel drive model. With a twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre in-line engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission, both models have the same power and torque figures. The xDrive model, on the other hand, is noticeably faster in all conditions and never feels like it has all-wheel drive.

By comparison, most car enthusiasts would agree that rear-wheel drive is no longer necessary. You can switch the BMW M3 to rear-wheel drive or take advantage of the xDrive’s improved handling and stability in bad weather.

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