Originally Posted by hotrod182
When you drive the cars back to back, you will notice the difference. When I first got my 335i, I loved driving it because of the novelty. But now after having it for 5months, I have more fun driving the M3. I know the 335i runs virtually neck and neck with the M3, and if I only had the 335i, I would have fun looking for M3s to surprise. The 335i is so much easier to drive fast with all that torque. But the M3 is more involving, and sharper edged. They both have their advantages. But try driving the M3 at 150mph, and then do it in the 335i, you will know exactly what I mean, the M3 is noticeably more composed at higher speeds. For not having any turbos, the little M3 3.2L inline 6 is pretty impressive.
Honestly, who needs to go 150 MPH? Especially in the states.