You're talking about a guy who hates all Volkswagens because VW is evil, yet still wants a Skoda, despite being fully aware of what they are underneath. :lol:Besides..."a market segment that may not exit." Wat? It's basically a 3-series coupe...there are a ton of those. :/
BMW, not Volkswagen. For whatever reason (I don't even try to comprehend his logic), VW hasn't earned hisYou're talking about a guy who hates all Volkswagens because VW is evil, yet still wants a Skoda, despite being fully aware of what they are underneath. :lol:
Probably because the difference between the 4er and 3er bodyshells is larger than for the 3er coup?s'/sedans' in the past.Getting back on topic, why does BMW need to split the 3-series coupe and sedan into separate models?* The car itself is fine, but the business logic confuses me...
That is anything but new. The 335ci with xdrive and 6-speed automatic is just 1000? cheaper, and there are already a long list of options available for the E9x. Obviouly the F30 offers even more toys, which cost extra, so the maximum is going up, yes.So a fully optioned top of the range non M 4-series is over 80000?. That's pretty shocking.
This is just the successor to the 3-Coupe/Cabrio segment. And that did exist.And it's still a gigantic hunk of Fucking Evil, made worse by clearly being yet another attempt to shove a car into a market segment that may or may not exist.
This car and its drivers are therefore declared as Shoot On Sight.