Wanted one of these when I first drove
one for the Susan B. Koman cancer fund.
Handles the twisties with the utmost
confidence.This car LOOKS incredible.I
think I like it better than the new Z4
that is coming out. The Z3 body seems
more purposeful, agressive and matched
to its hard-driving nature. You DO get
looks, however, so it is not a car for
the shy. But the top is down most of
the time. Sorry to see the model end
but good for me.Also, they will not yet
produce a Z4 M edition until later so
again.good for me. If you can find one
buy one, keep it up and you will be
rewarded whilst you own it and when you
eventually sell it.
The solid feel of control when on the
road; quickness of rsponse;firm
braking, the fact that it is like a
muscle wherein every fiber of it
responds when you step on the gas, even
barely. If you love to drive (and this
generally means a stick shift) this car
will satisfy you.
A moot point as production has ceased.
Hate the plastic rear window! Yes the
cupholders suck ESPECIALLY when you
have a manual, but who's gonna drink
while driving? Rear view mirror is SO
large that you REALLY need to look for
pedestrians on your right at corners
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