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Old 02-27-2008, 10:58 PM   #41
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technically speaking for me. but the only down fall is all the s2000's come in standard shift. and i'm tired of driving a stick... i want an automatic
ok, let me give it some more thought.

What are you looking for?

sporty, check

2dr vs. 4 dr

4 cyl?

price range?

OH, what about the IS300?
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sporty, 2 dr. 4 cyl. or 6 cyl.

not a huge fan of lexus.. good idea though!
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Not a bad deal but you can find cheaper for that mileage. make sure its not tiiptronic though. Those suck huge.

I would drive that over a wrx any any day. unless the is a sti.

But if you do purchase that car be prepared to pay the "porsche tax" at the dealer. This is comming from a porsche owner.
Thats only towards you cause they think you a ditzy girl. they never try that chit towards me. ever wonder why they quote me 50 bucks cheaper on everthing
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Old 02-27-2008, 11:18 PM   #44
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sporty, 2 dr. 4 cyl. or 6 cyl.

not a huge fan of lexus.. good idea though!
and you looked at a nissan??? :/::/:

If you want maintenance free, toyota/lexus or honda/acura are going to be your best bets IMO.

I had a brand new 2006 g35 coupe and put it up for sale after about 6 months. thing had more rattles than my 7 year old accord. I kept the accord.
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Old 02-27-2008, 11:26 PM   #45
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I'm not sure how you feel about BMW reliability but u mentioned an M car

how an 01 330 ci?
http://www.carmax.com/dyn/factsheet/...eet.aspx?KNo=0
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and you looked at a nissan??? :/::/:

If you want maintenance free, toyota/lexus or honda/acura are going to be your best bets IMO.

I had a brand new 2006 g35 coupe and put it up for sale after about 6 months. thing had more rattles than my 7 year old accord. I kept the accord.
but was the accord as fun or sexy as the g coupe?
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but was the accord as fun or sexy as the g coupe?
no. BUT, i paid cash for the G so getting that money back and investing it sure felt good!

And, the accord get better mileage, is just as comfortable if not more, has a MUCH bigger trunk, and tows my motorcycle trailer.

But, no, it's not as sexy. Of course I'm not tempted to speed as much or take corners as fast.
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no. BUT, i paid cash for the G so getting that money back and investing it sure felt good!

And, the accord get better mileage, is just as comfortable if not more, has a MUCH bigger trunk, and tows my motorcycle trailer.

But, no, it's not as sexy. Of course I'm not tempted to speed as much or take corners as fast.
That is true. Accords are not bad cars either. Their resale value is so crazy.
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What happened to our car shopper?

Hmm... wanna buy a 2000 V6 accord coupe? J/K i love that car and plan on driving it for 5-6 more years.

OH, how about accord coupes though? Not the current generation, but the 2005 style? Not sure if it's sporty enough that is why I hadn't mentioned it.

I think they had 240 HP and look pretty good with tinted windows.

The 2003

http://www.carmax.com/dyn/factsheet/...eet.aspx?KNo=2

On 06 or 07 they changed the rear and gave it a bit of a "lip" looks much better

http://www.carmax.com/dyn/factsheet/...et.aspx?KNo=10
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I am beginning to feel that way about my cayenne also. I love how it drives, handles, accelerates, and how nice the chassis rigidity is for an suv. The thing is very luxurious also but i am sick of the gas mileage and sick of the stigma that i have a gazzilion kids because i drive an suv.
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I am beginning to feel that way about my cayenne also. I love how it drives, handles, accelerates, and how nice the chassis rigidity is for an suv. The thing is very luxurious also but i am sick of the gas mileage and sick of the stigma that i have a gazzilion kids because i drive an suv.
Yeah I don't think you have to worry about the "stigma"....LOL
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Yeah I don't think you have to worry about the "stigma"....LOL
Some lady asked me how many i had at momentum porsche the other day.
she drove the exact same one as i did as well. cayenne turbo s. same color and everything. :/: she had 4 little brats with her.
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Lol you dont look like someone that had kids..
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You cant say that anymore these days. There are a lot of Milfs running around. Look at Brandy. My sis has kids and she looks just like me.
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I will! Theres some girl in my class thats prego .. shes like 16
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