Originally Posted by Sedan_Clan
It's really inconsequential to me..........just like "the last high revving inline6", etc. I could really care less. As long as the ///M performs as it should, whether its engine is NA or FI doesn't matter. I'll likely end up with one of the new FI M3's at some point anyway.
This is 98% of current /M owners.
But that 2% are keeping the price of the E30 M3 appreciating still.