Originally Posted by JNW1
Perhaps experience of an M3 has made DXB appreciate that there's more to a good driver's car than being fast in a straight line? It is of course possible he's one of those people that thinks whatever they happen to be driving is the greatest thing since sliced bread but trying to be fair maybe he's matured and seen the light?!!
Might be the case - just don't think someone who hasn't owned a 335i
[ although some friends of his have ] should be so openly critical of the car.
Yet totally disregards the inherent faults of his current car - which could potentially be far more costly to prospective buyers than the reliability problems that he perceives apply to the 335i