South African-based automotive news source Wheels24 is claiming that BMW will be producing more than just an M3 coupe and convertible when the high-performance version of the 3-Series goes on sale next year. In addition we'll see the return of the M3 sedan, which was ditched after the E36 model, and a wagon as well. The sedan is a smart move by BMW, which has seen serious competitors pop up in the form of the Audi RS4 and Mercedes C55 AMG, both sporting those two extra doors. The wagon is also a welcome addition because as has been noted in the past, despite the weight increase wagons often have better weight distribution than their sedan counterparts.
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