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great all around performance sedan
by rich from vancouver | September 8, 2011
looked at a bunch of cars in this class
c63, m3 cts v
overall the lexus resale/reliability plus not a lot of them around is what prevailed, needed auto (wife can't drive a stick). Car is fast enough, but not the fastest in this group. So if drag racing is your thing this might not be the car.
the cts v maybe faster, but resale and previous model problems made us leary
the m3 was very tempting (other people's 335 and smg problems prevented us from choosing this. Although the m3 smg might not have any issues)
c63 also great