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Old 10-29-2011, 08:54 PM   #126
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Do you know the "M" in "M3" means the same thing as "M" in "BDSM"? Unless you like having your car break down every 2 weeks or so and then get beat by the "your version of the same part is more expensive because it's an M part" don't buy a used M3 for the love of god.

Now you know. Now go buy a Japanese car, and be happy ever after.
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Do you know the "M" in "M3" means the same thing as "M" in "BDSM"? Unless you like having your car break down every 2 weeks or so and then get beat by the "your version of the same part is more expensive because it's an M part" don't buy a used M3 for the love of god.

Now you know. Now go buy a Japanese car, and be happy ever after.
haha your scaring me.
your making it sound like the M3 is a natural lemon or something

i know the wear/tare parts are more expensive to replace in a BMW than a japanese car, but dont think that the parts break down more often.....or am i completely wrong about this?
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Old 10-30-2011, 12:49 AM   #128
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another thing to consider is the fact that new drivers are more likely to ding their cars. this isnt even from obvious things like bumping into objects, but also the places you choose to park (ie. parking next to a coupe means you have a higher chance of receiving door dings and scratches as coupes have longer doors and are generally harder for the passenger of the vehicle to get into)

new drivers are also more likely to get into accidents, which is evidently shown in the higher premiums that they have to pay. as a new driver, you are more likely to get into vehicular accidents (although i do not wish this upon you, i am merely giving you the statistics). i think that there are definitely more suitable cars to learn on. perhaps it would be a better idea to get an m3 once you have accumulated a few years of driving experience.

of course, these are just my 2 cents
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It doesn't matter what type of car you park beside, dings happen.

I have 2 dings on my driver side and they must be from 2 suvs because they are pretty high beside the door.
I know for a fact 1 of em was an suv because I saw an elderly women smash the door into my car trying to get out, she wasnt even FAT!
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Do you know the "M" in "M3" means the same thing as "M" in "BDSM"? Unless you like having your car break down every 2 weeks or so and then get beat by the "your version of the same part is more expensive because it's an M part" don't buy a used M3 for the love of god.

Now you know. Now go buy a Japanese car, and be happy ever after.
Most guys I know that bitch about maintenance on m cars is due to

1) buys high km m car that has been bagged on for a good deal
2) does not follow BMW service recos
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its funny when non-e46 m3 drivers argue with e46 m3 owners on the subject of e46 m3's




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