Originally Posted by KennyPowers
both the c63 and m3 are great cars, but different. i enjoy driving the c63 more than the m3 because the fun can be had at lower speeds, where the m3 has to get ragged out to squeeze the fun out of it. I dont have the time or desire to commit to more than a few track days a year, so for me, the c63 is a more fun DD type car.
That's all I meant and he went on his diatribe about costs, etc. Which for me (a) don't matter, and (b) are actually not stacked in the M3's favour. Either way, I wish I could keep both. Unfortunately the wife will not let me keep a third daily driven car.