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By Chris Chilton
20 July 2006 16:41
Take your time, there's some bad news, not least the price: £42,795. And the boot is smaller than the cooking Z4's because the battery (usually mounted under the boot floor) has had to be lifted into the luggage space to make room for the unique M exhaust pipes. The ride's stiff, the engine doesn't seem as sweet as in the M3 (although that might have just been our test car) and the chassis just doesn't have the finesse of a Boxster's.
When BMW introduced the new M Roadster it also facelifted the rest of the range, introducing a more powerful 2.5 (pictured), the 215bhp Si, and pumping the 3.0-litre to 262bhp. They're both quick and don't look much different to the M. There's a tin top M coupe too which is stiffer, better to drive and £1510 cheaper than the M roadster.
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