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      04-13-2011, 09:51 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by ssabripo View Post
no chance this comes to the US, and it will be priced well above $100k.
M3 for $100k+? I'll save my money for a GT3.

However, $80k for a more performance oriented M3 with upgraded brakes, more power and lighter may not be so bad.

The thing is, all of the m3 competitors already have these things (except less weight) for less money. If BMW wants to remain competitive, these options should mostly be standard.

-SZ