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      06-25-2012, 04:49 AM   #42
woodyuk
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Hi carl as I've had experience in both I thought I'd give you why I thought, the m3 feels alot more solid and planted than the 335 and would leave it for dead as soon as you came across a corner, But unless you really do have some driving talent and are going to drive it to its absolute limits I think the 335D is going to be an easy car to drive fast, hence the reason you left them for dead When you owned your D