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|4th September 2004, 00:51||#2|
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Kinda surprised, but not really.
The M3 isn't practical IMHO, its a trackday car or a car meant for a couple and that's it. But it is still the car to beat in terms of dynamics. The CTS-V has improved a lot, and has won rave reviews from journalists.
The A4 is improved, but it still has some typical Audi traits and loves to understeer a wee bit. Iron it out, and it'll be at the top of the pack. Guaranteed.
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