The E90 BMW M3 is a car that deserves plenty of attention. For one thing, it’s the first and the last naturally aspirated V8 in the family three. Then there’s its enticing handling, as well as other sweet aspects of the Bavarian toy. And with the aging nature of the vehicle having obviously brought a certain degree of depreciation, there’s a risk for such Bimmers to fall into the wrong hands.
And there are two aspects that … (continue reading >>)