If you looking for a high performance, drop top, with utility, luxury and 4 seats this is the car. Its drinks gas of course but its a high performance sports car what do you expect. You feel the bumps around town but its tuned to corner like a demon and it delivers. The fit and finish are suberb not one flaw could I find. Its fasts, loves to rev and corners like its on rails. The top is a masterpiece. One button and its up or down in 22 seconds. The top neatly stores in a hard cover area behind the seats. Make sure you also get the wind screen. Its an accessory the dealer can order for you but its something you want on those chilly nights. It cuts about 80 percent of the wind.
The engine! If Mazda is zoom zoom zoom thenm the M3 is REV REV REV! The tuning on the suspension and the smiles this car puts on my face. The top, quality finish of both the interior and exterior. It's a refined car that can be driven in the city like a child or a brute on the open highway!
Sound system is okay but nothing amazing. BMW needs to have a changer in the dash instead of just a one CD piece. The only way you can get a changer is to add it in your glove compartment, or should I say lose your glove compartment to the changer. MPG stinks but that comes with 333 HP in a six cylinder.
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