And that is precisely the point a lot of people that own a E90 or older 3-series models are missing. Today's F30 can be configured to be different cars, always however with a BMW heart and sole close by. That is why I don't get the Audi is better, Cadillac ATS is better etc. I learned this lesson the hard way when I got out of the E90 and into a Mercedes C350.
Originally Posted by O2Drift
Very glad that I sought advice from this forum. doc_maverick and boltjaM3s those are two very informative posts and go to the crux of my decision. I very much appreciate the valuable input. This is a very nice problem to have. Learning more about the available options is very interesting. I appreciate the breadth of choices allowing one to tailor the F30 to one's wants/needs. Thanks, Marc
The C350 was actually a luxury car that handled well with a very vague steering and a slow reacting 7-speed AT. For those that wanted luxury it was perfect. For me it lacked that something that BMW has.
The F30 is the best of all things 95% of the time. That is the main question here. Can any other sport sedan be as good as that to all people?
Sportline | M-adaptive | HK | NAV | PDC | Heated Front seats |6-speed MT.
2011 X5 35d
German diesel technology. How did these guys lose two wars?
2009 C350 Mercedes
Gone 7-31-2012, good car but boooooooooring.
2008 X5 4.8i - Turned in 1/24/11
They created the Lemon law because of this SUV. If I didn't know better I would have thought my wife had a thing with the BMW service manager.