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      07-16-2011, 04:53 PM   #1
Lucky Lefty
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2017 Porsche Macan GTS  [4.00]
2017 BMW M2  [4.50]
2011 M3  [5.00]
2013 bmw F25 msport  [5.00]
2011 335iS  [4.80]
What would it take...

for you to consider the next gen m3 as a worthy successor to the e9x m3? I know the f3x m3 is still a few years down the road, but talks of it going turbo, have led many to proclaim that they will to hold on to their NA m3s forever or switch brands. Although I have only had my e90 m3 for a little over a month, I'm convinced that the current gen m3 is a mechanical masterpiece-- the car just excels in every imaginable way: aggressive looks, a high revving V8 (oh, don't get me started on the sound it emits, even my wife jokingly says it renders the sound system redundant,) and amazing handling. So, what would it take for you to consider the next gen m3 as the heir to the e9x m3 throne? Would being lighter, perhaps a csl version, do the trick? Linear power delivery and throttle response like the NA V8? Or is the e9x m3 as good as it gets?

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Last edited by Smokey; 07-16-2011 at 06:27 PM.