Best A-Class car in Need for Speed Unbound

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After buying your first car in Need for Speed Unbound, you’ll want to save up your hard-earned money to buy an A-class car. You need an A-class car to enter the first weekly Lakeshore Qualifier event in the story campaign, but what is the best A-class car in Need for Speed Unbound?

Need for Speed Unbound A-class cars

From A$AP Rocky’s custom Mercedes 190E to the legendary BMW M3 GTR from Most Wanted, there are over 140 cars in Need for Speed Unbound. Each car is split into one of five classes: B, A, A+, S, and S+. The higher the class, the higher the performance and price.

Best A-class car in Need for Speed Unbound
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A-class cars include everything from hot hatches like the Ford Focus RS to the lightweight Lotus Exige S and the Rover Range Rover SVR super SUV. But what is the best A-class car in Need for Speed Unbound?

Best A-Class car in Need for Speed Unbound

Factoring performance and handling, the 2010 BMW M3 Coupe is the best A-Class car in Need for Speed Unbound.

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By default, it has road traction and neutral handling, striking the perfect balance between Grip and Drift. Its RWD layout also makes it fun to drive and easy to drift.

Need for Speed Unbound best a-class car BMW M3 Coupe

Because A-class cars are slower than the top tiers, they are better suited to drift setups. Drifting the lower-tier cars as often as possible in races will help you earn more nitrous boost in races and leave other drivers in your dust.

That said, the BMW M3 Coupe is no slouch in the performance department either, with a 0-60 mph time of 4.5 seconds and a 179-mph top speed. It also costs $84,000, making it a performance bargain.

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How to unlock 2010 BMW M3 Coupe in Need for Speed Unbound

You can't buy the 2010 BMW M3 straight away - you have to unlock it.

The 2010 BMW M3 Coupe is available to buy at the start of week 1 of the campaign after you complete the Prologue, but you'll need to earn a lot of money before you can afford it.