Originally Posted by m3 guy
Don't get me wrong I love the car, but it is not a M. I miss the feel of a M car if that makes sense. After driving a modded E46 M3 for over 8 years the F30 feels extremely disconnected and muted from the actual experience of driving. I am by no means 'trying' to sell it, but if an E90 M falls in my lap locally and this moves, then it will happen. It is more of a feeler than anything to see if there is actual local interest in the car.
No need to explain to me.
I have the M-Car experience in the other garage.
Life would be more complicated if I had to have both experiences in one.