2012 BMW 3 Series M Sport pack now available in Australia

September 4, 2012

BMW Australia has announced the new ‘F30’ 3 Series M Sport package is now available from showrooms, on most 3 Series variants, from the 320i to the top-line 335i.

The M Sport pack brings sports lowered (10mm) suspension, an M Sport bodykit with revised front and rear bumper bars and discreet spoilers, and a set of 19-inch alloy wheels.

The exterior also gets Shadow Line darkened trimmings, and a new eight-bar front grille to separate the pack from the rest of the 3 Series variants.

Inside, passengers are treated to sports seats, Dakota leather, Anthracite roofliner, aluminium with Estoril Blue or Black high-gloss highlights, while the driver gets a sports steering wheel and an M Sport instrument cluster.

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As a further option, the M Sport pack can also be had with a boosted brake package with M brakes, while M Sport Adaptive suspension with various settings is available at a lower cost than what is usually offered with non-M-Sport-equipped models. The traditional ‘Estoril Blue’ exterior colour is also on offer.

The M Sport is anticipated to be a popular choice amongst new 3 Series buyers. BMW Group Australia managing director, Phil Horton, recently said about the pack,

“With more than a quarter of all previous generation 3 Series sold in Australia being optioned with the M Sport Package it is clear that our customers place a premium on performance and sportiness.

“The 3 Series has always had the sporting edge in this class and the new M-Sport package epitomises that character.”

Prices for the 2012 BMW 3 Series M Sport package are as follows:

MRLP* M Sport Package
2012 BMW 318d $56,400 N/A
2012 BMW 320i $57,600 $6,844
2012 BMW 320d $60,900 $6,844
2012 BMW 328i $64,900 $5,460
2012 BMW 335i $91,400 $6,100 (incl. LCT)


Brett is the editor and founder of PerformanceDrive. He's obsessed with driving, having played with Matchbox cars until he was tall enough to drive a real one. After initially working as a mechanic, Brett earned a degree in journalism and entered media as an editorial assistant at Top Gear Australia magazine. He then worked at CarAdvice. His dream is to live next door to the Nurburgring in Germany.