Originally Posted by jphughan
If you test drove an M3 the same way you test drive any other car (including a 335i), you definitely won't see what it's all about. You need to drive it on some twisty back roads and never let the revs drop below 4000 (and also hopefully be a decently good driver who knows how to get something out of the car but won't overdo it on public roads).
If only dealerships had mini tracks for test driving M cars....
Mini back tracks...
When I got my M, the sale Guy took me on a "mini back track" it obviously wasn't a track, but it was a canyon with some serious turns and corners. The sales guy told me he only test drives the Ms back there... And three hours after the test drive I found myself driving the car home.. Lol
2009 M3 DCT
Matte Grills, Matte Gills, Paint matched reflectors, RPI scoops and filter, H&R springs, 18MM spacers in front, 15MM spacers in rear.