Originally Posted by 330CIZHP
BMW's M3 has long been the segment's benchmark, but it's not perfect. Left to shift itself, the seven-speed transmission is clunkier than the Audi's. The steering-wheel rim feels fat and clumsy, and these days Hyundais have better-looking interiors (our car's all-black interior looked particularly cheap and nasty). But the M3 is still the most sharply focused driver's car of this bunch, a scalpel among sledgehammers."
My e92 interior is a significant upgrade compared to my e46 interior...so if the e92 is bad what does that say about your previous model 10 year old car?