Cheaper than the 330i, more fun to
drive than most smaller sedans, but
can also be used to drive clients or
parents around (unlike say the Impreza
WRX). I love mine. I was also
considering the G35, but the
reliability differences between Toyota
and Nissan put my money on the Lexus.
The Handling. Oh yes, the handling.
The understated, yet still aggressive
styling. And it's fun to drive.
Acceleration, especially low end
power. And maybe a bit more back seat
room. and a bigger trunk.
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