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      03-03-2008, 01:36 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by JEllis View Post
Actually precision in the steering has not been noted as a problem. Its just the feedback which I think is as subjective as ride quality IMO.

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What we think of as "good" from all of our history, knowledge and experience with sports cars does not mean an evolution should not occur and it does not mean that light feel = bad. Could it be the hundreds of M engineers and test drivers know slightly more than you and I or the average journalist? Could it be they feel the need to progress from what is traditional? Look I am not trying to play the role of fanboy, there is certainly cause of concern, but at the same time much of steering feel is subjective and we each need some considerable time in the car to make a conclusion.
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