Originally Posted by pharmdphd98
It is disappointing that BMW is not going to add something special to the final year of this great car. IMO the best value are the 2010 and 2011's with low miles and well-maintained since someone already paid for most of the depreciation. The sad thing about those who are buying the 13' is that as soon as you own it the new M3 comes out and cause a major drop in the value of your car you just got. And of course the press and everyone else will be hyping the new M3 like it's the best thing since sliced bread. Those who say they prefer the current car will have their resolve tested big time.
Agreed on the disappointment, disagreed on the severe drop in value when the F8x M3 comes out. I will admit, it'll drop in value a bit, but I don't think it'll be as bad as you/others are saying due to the fact that the 2013 E9x M3 will be the last of the NA M3's... that will make it a collector's item.