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That's good data. My overarching question is that if I buy an 06 325 wagon, which doesn't have any current electrical problems and has had the problem areas recently replaced (such as the water pump), is the risk that great? Looking at the consumer reports data, the car is slightly below average.Unfortunately, there aren't that many wagons in general - it looks like the only real options are the Venza or Crosstour on the reliable list. She didn't like most of the others...
Find me a Lexus wagon.I think this "don't buy an older German car" thing is just this half-truth people like to repeat. Is it true that there are German cars with problems? Yes. Is it a higher likelihood than other nationalities? It depends on the year. The 2009 JD Power study (2006 model year) indicates BMW and Audi were above average in reliability.http://www.autonews.com/assets/PDF/CA60525318.PDFEdit: And if you knew me, I'm anything but a German car or BMW fanboy.
The corporate discount has never applied to clearance as a policy.
I'm looking at less than $20k. I rather be in the
I'm not getting a 535. I'm considering a 528 or 530. They are on my list, but I think a newer Taurus Limited is top of my list right now. I'm going to go try a Fusion Titanium and Regal Turbo.
Wisconsin isn't as unhealthy as you think especially in the major cities.MN is far whiter.I say do it - while the desk sounds nice, an annoying, loud neighbor is the worst.Edit: I also ate at Fontano's twice this week. So good.
So what you're saying is troll the CL ads looking for roommates is a good way to get laid?To your office question the answer is clear: what confers more social status: the size or the view?
In these parts, NYC has become the master.
Yeah, I saw a 335xi with no miles for like $13k at a BMW dealer, and the sales guy told me to avoid them. Showed me all of the things they had to fix under warranty plus all the work they did when it came in at 70k miles. Compared to a 330 that had almost nothing in the first 100k miles.
Buying in 2009 FTW.
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