should I purchased a used e90 M3 or used F80 M3, or even 3rd option M2

Asked by Apr 10, 2017 at 01:14 PM about the 2011 BMW M3 Sedan

Question type: General

Hi,
I'm in the market to purchase and I really want the e90 M3 but as you may
be  aware of, the e90 version of the M3 is quite rare (e92 is not).  As I
result, finding the right one is a challenge and  I'm starting consider if I
should change my thoughts go for either a F80 or M2, which are both
much easier to find.  Please advise!

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That is up to your tastes and your wallet. I would do more research on BMW forums.

Indeed! Thanks

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