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PostSubject: Re: Non golf - BMW 335   Fri May 25, 2012 9:05 pm

andrew-golf wrote:
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Andrew you need a M3.


Cannot. I will terrorize a lot of drivers

I drive 3l V6 alr very terror Liao...M3.. Can't imagine...


The older/current M3 is a much better car than the old/new 335I. If you are getting pre-owned, i suggest looking for M3. Less maintenance headache. Terror or not, both cars u will do it, just performance wise, the M3 is a class of its own well deserving of the M badge.

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PostSubject: Re: Non golf - BMW 335   Fri May 25, 2012 9:07 pm

Why less maintenance headache?
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PostSubject: Re: Non golf - BMW 335   Fri May 25, 2012 9:09 pm

andrew-golf wrote:
Why less maintenance headache?

because terrorist dun need maintenance...haha
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PostSubject: Re: Non golf - BMW 335   Fri May 25, 2012 9:27 pm

andrew-golf wrote:
Why less maintenance headache?

NA vs Turbo.

only thing is the high road tax for the M3.

the new BMW 1M is a cheaper alternative for the M badge.

once u tried the M series, u won't be looking at 335 at all.

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PostSubject: Re: Non golf - BMW 335   Fri May 25, 2012 9:28 pm

andrew-golf wrote:
Why less maintenance headache?

NA vs Turbo.

only thing is the high road tax for the M3.

the new BMW 1M is a cheaper alternative for the M badge.

once u tried the M series, u won't be looking at 335 at all.

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PostSubject: Re: Non golf - BMW 335   Sat May 26, 2012 11:03 am

chien wrote:
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I just test drove the new 335 (F30) recently, and honestly, was not too impressed by it. The drive feels somewhat lackluster and the interior left quite a bit to be desired for a supposed premium model.

If you're looking at a sedan, perhaps the Jaguar XF might be an alternative. Been in a couple and they look fantastic and ride pretty good too.

Otherwise, if you're set on BMWs, the M3 is a much better buy IMO.

Hi mate, is the Jag XF more responsive and less lackluster than the new 335i ?

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I've not personally driven the XF before, but just sat in one. Was just saying that since the 335 doesn't drive THAT well, which is traditionally the main selling point for BMWs, you might want to look at other models. In terms of interior and comfort, I'd take the XF over it anytime.

Otherwise, an Audi S4 might also be another alternative? I've tried the S5 with same 3.0T engine before and it is a gem of an engine, revs very freely and no turbo lag. It's 4 wheel drive though, so the driving feel will be quite different.

I'd suggest heading down to the showrooms to test drive the car and have a look at them in the flesh. Nothing beats looking at them and driving them personally.

All the best and have a good weekend!
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PostSubject: Re: Non golf - BMW 335   Sat May 26, 2012 11:05 am

eiji wrote:
andrew-golf wrote:
Why less maintenance headache?

NA vs Turbo.

only thing is the high road tax for the M3.

the new BMW 1M is a cheaper alternative for the M badge.

once u tried the M series, u won't be looking at 335 at all.

Agreed, the 1M is a fantastic little car!

But it does lack the space that the larger models offer, the rear seats are strictly for children only.

Also, I think they're sold out locally since it's supposed to be a limited edition model. Have to look for used ones or order from parallel importers.
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