Originally Posted by TJDiCandido
+1. The M5 has never been a real alternative to the M3 Sedan anyway. The M3 is more of an ALMS GT series car (even the E90) while the M5 is more of a high speed autobahn cruiser.
The M3 Sedan will almost certainly be back again (when the F30 platform is replaced circa 2019).
And 2019 is so late... I had planned to buy a M3 Sedan in 2014/2015, somewhere around my 25th birthday. Now, those plans are scrapped. It's either go for a C63, which I really don't want to do because I love my manual car too much or wait an extra year and go for the M5. Thank you BMW for ruining perfectly thought out plans.