Originally Posted by M3 Montreal
Two completely different cars that serve different purposes.
I like to track my car and hence NO M5 or M6 since they suck on the track compared to the M3.
In all my track days I can tell you there are a TON of M3's that are tracked. I have only seen one M5 (guy got rid of it because it sucked on the track and got a GT3) and not one M6.
I agree. The M6 and M5 are just too heavy and sloppy. Really an old man's car IMO. As for these individual M3's. I can't justify the 10k price increase for a bunch of cosmetic changes. Throw in a set of upgraded brakes and maybe I could justify it.