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post #18721 of 26274
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Originally Posted by Rumpelstiltskin View Post
 

 

 

Ditto.  What I haven't seen yet is the Cadillac Volt ELR

 

Theyre selling those for pretty cheap if youre a previous cadillac owner. Saw some going for mid 30's with an MSRP of ~70k

post #18722 of 26274
There's one around here that is priced around $31k. For all of its weirdness, it could be a useful and pleasant commuter car.

Oh, wait... that's just the discount. For mid-40s there are other things I'd want to get right.
Edited by Concordia - 10/12/15 at 11:16am
post #18723 of 26274
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

It only came in the coupe version, if I remember correctly, the same did Z3M.

Z3M also came as a roadster in the states. Flared wheel wells, better looking rims, fat tires, M side grill. Much more aggresive looking than the standard roadster.
post #18724 of 26274
Fudge! For anyone following my posts, the person now want a MB GLA SUV. I keep telling her you need to drive a beater for 6 months.
post #18725 of 26274
GLA is ugly, tell her to drive a generation old C class if she's so stuck on "Entry Level German"
post #18726 of 26274
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Originally Posted by Cao Cao View Post

Fudge! For anyone following my posts, the person now want a MB GLA SUV. I keep telling her you need to drive a beater for 6 months.

 

Get her a used Mini and call it a day

post #18727 of 26274
Just stay out of it and call it a day. No good can come from your continued involvement.
post #18728 of 26274
I think it's his wife....
post #18729 of 26274
New M2, looks good:

post #18730 of 26274
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

I think it's his wife....

 

Or at least the person that he sees every morning when he rolls over in bed.  Ignore her at your peril

post #18731 of 26274
Anyone here driven a Cayman R? I don't understand why these things haven't depreciated more. Must be a production numbers thing. I am intrigued, but given their prices, used 911 S seems like the better (and cheaper) route. Can even get a used GTS for that money.
post #18732 of 26274
I have not driven a Cayman R but you're right that it's exclusivity is what keeps it higher value. They're supposedly great cars but I don't know if I could pass up a 997 GTS if that were in the mix. The GT4 is the special Cayman to have considering that the R was just a lower weight, sharper Cayman S (basically the ZHP - calling GreenFrog - of the Caymans).
post #18733 of 26274
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

Is there an m version of the z4? I saw someone that had a z4 with the only bade being the m badge.

 

Yep, and the only badges anywhere on the car are the M badges, which is unusual. There were M model Coupe and Roadster versions of each of the Z3 and Z4s; the Z3M with the S52 and S54 engines, and the Z4M with the S54. I don't have any good pictures about, just what is on my phone -- here a Z3M Roadster and a Z4M Coupe.  They are all fairly rare cars, for production cars at least -- I think there were less than 1800 Z4M Coupes sold in NA from 2006-2008.

 

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post #18734 of 26274
M2 looks good yes..but still...too many damn bimmer models these days.
Edited by SirReveller - 10/13/15 at 7:42pm
post #18735 of 26274
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Originally Posted by Huntsman View Post

Yep, and the only badges anywhere on the car are the M badges, which is unusual. There were M model Coupe and Roadster versions of each of the Z3 and Z4s; the Z3M with the S52 and S54 engines, and the Z4M with the S54. I don't have any good pictures about, just what is on my phone -- here a Z3M Roadster and a Z4M Coupe.  They are all fairly rare cars, for production cars at least -- I think there were less than 1800 Z4M Coupes sold in NA from 2006-2008.

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Makes sense. I just wondered if this dude was using fake badges after our conversation. It is exactly as you describe - a few M badges around the car but nothing else. Just seemed kinda odd.
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