Originally Posted by creepy coupe
My first couple of drives in the M3 left me feeling the same, you really need a long test drive to settle into the car, they do lack initial shove as per the 335d and the 335i, but the cars more than just speed.
As mentioned already, try and get a decent test drive in one.
I would agree with this. On my test drive I was also very dissapointed.....but I think the problem is getting a decent test drive. I am starting to think that the whole initial disappointment is that your given about 20 Minuit's to decide weather or not your going to spend 60k and its not really long enough to 'bond' with the car.
The sales people should get there act together and properly sell the car my sales person had all there facts and figures (about the car not money wise of course)all wrong!