When it goes on sale in August the new M3 will cost £50,625 and come with sat-nav, Bluetooth connection, part-leather cabin and a six-speed manual as standard
Originally Posted by JEllis
Explain...show me evidence
All available on the 335i
On the one hand, itís amazingly rapid but also surprisingly civilised for a car wearing an M3 badge. The ride is smooth-going-on-luxury
A good ride would be achievable in a 335i with normal tyres
In the softest setting, this car has an enviable ride quality that is no less accommodating than a regular 3 Series,
Just three quotes which shows that as an everyday proposition, the 335i would be just as good as the M3. But what made the M3 was, if you wanted to throw it down a road, it would up its game and have genius in reserve, not just competence.