135 isn't even in the same league as the M3.The 3 series has grown too big and fat, therefore, the 1 series, which is as big as the 3 series once was, is the better compact sports limousine.
Then hows to not click on the link to this thread? ahpadt made a strict a M3 v.s IS-F poll, no one was talking about the gt-r.Neither. The M3 is for cocks and the IS-F is trying too hard.
Solution: Spend a couple more bucks and buy a GT-R - then go blow BOTH the M3 and the IS-F away.
That's true, for one single reason: BMW doesn't make an M1.135 isn't even in the same league as the M3.
Seriously, they might be equally fast in terms of everyday/realworld driving, but it's the driving experience thats what makes the M3 so unique.
No, we just all notice that you need to grow and get some sense other than make stupid blanket statements as some anonymous fanboy hiding behind a computer.Jeez, some of you guys are over sensitive to not-running-with-the-pack opinions...
Anyway, the result is clear.
Sure, but this is a retarded poll.Anyway, the result is clear.
My point is that Toyota doesnt make any interesting cars and deserve to painfully and slowly die.
Its prob because he wasn't out of diapers when the E36 was around and hadn't yet learned to read when the E46 came out, so the E90 M3 or anything built after the year 2005 is all he knowsYou didn't specify the gen of the M3 in the poll... but I'd take any M3 over the IS-F.
E36 M3 FTW!
Exactly. They're obviously doing something right if this is the first time they've posted a loss in seventy years.You say Toyota needs to die as a car company because they don't make any interesting cars. First of all, they do make interesting cars. Interesting doesn't need to equal sporting. I find the Aygo interesting, I also find the LS600hL interesting.