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      07-22-2012, 09:21 AM   #23
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The M4 renaming is a good move. The M3 must have a NA engine, but the next generation won't. So its time to close the M3 chapter and start a new one. M4 is the first step.
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The M4 renaming is a good move. The M3 must have a NA engine, but the next generation won't. So its time to close the M3 chapter and start a new one. M4 is the first step.
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I enjoyed reading this 3 year old thread today, realizing how wrong some of these posters were about the market perception (and the possible demise?) of the M3 as a result of the introduction of the M4.

I think that today the M3 holds its own and is appealing to an important segment. I think BMW did a great job with this....ultimately proving the OP wrong in so many ways...
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I enjoyed reading this 3 year old thread today, realizing how wrong some of these posters were about the market perception (and the possible demise?) of the M3 as a result of the introduction of the M4.

I think that today the M3 holds its own and is appealing to an important segment. I think BMW did a great job with this....ultimately proving the OP wrong in so many ways...
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      09-13-2015, 09:57 AM   #27
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Glad I missed this pathetic rant back then. What a joke.
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grave digger, this thread deserves to stay buried!
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