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Old February 9th, 2017, 09:14 AM   #6
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He nailed the BMW issue, they've completely lost their way. Neighbor works for them and has a new M3, fast yes but thats it.... go drive an ATS-V and the M3 will feel like a fat numb bloated barge that also sounds like shit, seriously car sounds fucking awful, everytime he pulls away while I'm walking my dogs it sounds like some some pos with an exhaust falling apart, and full throttle ain't better. They have a 440i as well and it sounds far far better. The last great car BMW made was the E39 M5.
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