My parents won't let me drive a non German car or I'd buy a Evo8If you insist on buying an M3 as you're first car, and you shouldn't, you're better off buying a pos salvage title. You're gonna beat the crap out of it anyway as you first car and especially learning to drive stick so no point getting anything too nice. You're probably better off getting an smg. Or better yet a Honda.
I'm joking Jesus. I'm gonna have it be my daily driver for couple months till I can actually find a better job make it my weekend probably lease an Camry or CT200.Whip q50? If your looking for a car to whip cars in straight line e46 m3 is not for you. And if thats why your buying that car u wont like the outcome of what will happen to you. Do a quick youtube to see all the crashes that happen to people attempting what you are describing. Goodluck!
Thanks man idk what to butDon't buy it if you don't have the job to take care of it first. If you'll get the job in a couple months, buy the car in a couple months. If you can only buy German, I don't know how the Camry will work. I highly suggest getting a 323 or 325 e46 as a first car for the first two weeks, it can teach you a lot. It'd be best to learn stick on one of those instead of a larger investment M3.
If this is really your first car, as others said, get an M3. My first car was a 328 (I learned to drive in a FWD car). I'll be honest, after my initial maintenance I drove it really hard, and had a close call control wise at high speeds around a corner. It taught me to be humble, and that a car doesn't make you invincible and that it's important to know how to handle power. You can't just throw "yo new whip" around roads, as others have said. If you're going from no wheels to four wheels, you should really take those two months it takes to find a better job learning stick on a car with less power.
I doubt anyone who's already talking about racing other cars has the responsibility to handle an E46 M3 as their first car. As others are saying, Honda (or even a standard E46 if you must buy German as you say) would be a better first car, even if it's only for those two months it takes to find a better job.
If you want advice in the simplest of words, wait until you have the job, by a non-M E46 to learn stick for the two months it takes you to get the job necessary to afford an M3. Then, if you feel proficient at stick in two months, and are ready to handle something a little more, then sell the non M and trade up. I assume you're younger, so take it from someone who's 18 and who has slowly learned how to handle more powerful cars.Thanks man idk what to but