12 May 2011
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With it's garish paintwork and brutish looks, the BMW M3 GTS certainly talks the talk, but can it keep up with Porsche's tried and tested formula in the 911 GT3? Here, Jamie Corstorphine and Matt Prior take the pair by the scruff of the neck to find out.

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2 February 2013

Bought three months ago to replace a Boxster as with two kids it was not being used nearly enough. Smile Sensational performance even without the annoying Sport button pressed, amazing handling and is surprisingly quiet and comfortable as well with excellent standard equipment. Smile The snarl when you put your foot down is very addictive. Slightly thirsty as you'd expect...23mpg ish.

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