Originally Posted by xsilvor
The sad truth is that both companies are manufacturing their cars for profit, and if they can make the same profit with less effort, they're going to.
Having driven the Cayman, and owning an M3, the cayman, in my opinion if more of a business venture for the company. That's not to say that it isn't wonderfully designed and incessantly tuned.
Unfortunately, most M3 owners when they signed on theyre e90/92, also seemed to have signed a contract to hate on all 65-85k sports cars that aren't an M3.
Regardless it's best to remain unbias simply because of ownership. They're both phenomenal machines, though the M3 delivers far more of what I am looking for in accordance to that kind of money.