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Old 01-13-2013, 09:39 AM
solstice solstice is offline
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Originally Posted by bm323 View Post
The M3 was in production when you ordered the F10, after your E60; and I presume the E60 535i. The fact is that you wanted a bigger car than the E9x (otherwise you could have bought the M3 and not the F10), and now trying to console yourself with the M3. The M5 would have been great, but you've bought the M3. I'm not sure how you drive, but for the way I did, the M3 is good as a driver's car but not for its passengers. The M5 is good for both, ie driver and passengers How do I know? I had a M3 loaner at length, alone in it; and driving passengers in both the M3 and M5.

A video clip for you http://www.bmwblog.com/2012/12/26/vi...-wet-skid-pad/

you mean you enjoy a rear like this? http://www.google.com.sg/imgres?q=ph...r:18,s:0,i:135

now check out the roadster that was launched here, worldwide http://www.lamborghini.com/en/models...ew/#!slide/800
bm323, why don't you offer your own review or opinion for a change instead of constantly telling anyone who don't love the F10 that they are lying and worse? Everyone else are sharing opinions about the cars not the commenters. We often disagree and much is subjective but we don't call each other liers. People do see many things differently and sometime we are wrong but it doesn't mean we are lying. I did think the M3 was too small, I learnt that I was wrong. The M5 is not better for me since as any F10 I've driven it doesn't give me the connected feel I'm looking for in a sedan. If you like me to reply in the future lay off the personal attacks or I will just ignore as is the case with tadtaggert's comments.

Last edited by solstice; 01-13-2013 at 09:42 AM.
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