But that’s the point - either car enthusiasts don’t want them anymore either, or there’s fewer than 3% of the population that are actually enthusiasts. Or maybe a little of each. There just aren’t enough enthusiasts still buying them to make it worthwhile to offer them.savemoresaveoften wrote: ↑Jan 30th, 2019 6:39 pmthats all true and makes the business case.. Except car enthusiast still prefers manual over dual clutch even tho dual clutch shifts faster, more fuel efficient, blah blah.
At the end of the day, the 3s will no longer be seen by car enthusiast as a true sports sedan, but just a luxury sedan that goes fast. Other always said may as well get a Tesla or even a Genesis G70.
The G70 in particular is in fact better than the F30 335 in terms of steering wheel feel and equals in road handling, at a $10k discount....
It’s a vicious circle. Enthusiasts aren’t buying them like they used to so they don’t build as many as they used to. Then, because there aren’t as many available to buy, they don’t sell very many. Repeat that cycle a few times and here we are.