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Shitty cell phone pic of my new E90 M3 Sedan. Bawlin, I am sure you will LOVE this color


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nice
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Just talked to my guy at MB. Build date is still as planned, 12/14. Odds so/so I'll have my new baby before Xmas...and I'm driving a crappy rental Nissan Pathfinder atm It doesn't even have a navi!
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Nice Spencer...I don't care what anybody else thinks of that color it definitely looks good
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This is why I would never get one of these. I'm thinking about a Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8. You can get one a year or two old for great prices. Doesn't have the baller status of the Porsche but I would rather avoid those costly service fees. Vortech makes a complete supercharger system that would be very tempting. 560hp and 510lb/ft. They look pretty cool blacked out too.
You're buying a Chrysler to avoid service fees... right...
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Shitty cell phone pic of my new E90 M3 Sedan. Bawlin, I am sure you will LOVE this color
That's a pretty awesome ride (it looks great even with mobile phone pics). Tell us how you like it.
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Just talked to my guy at MB. Build date is still as planned, 12/14. Odds so/so I'll have my new baby before Xmas...and I'm driving a crappy rental Nissan Pathfinder atm It doesn't even have a navi!

What's the new car? I missed this.
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What's the new car? I missed this.

Nothing special, relative to the things posted here. GL450.
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Nice Spencer...I don't care what anybody else thinks of that color it definitely looks good

Thanks man I appreciate it

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You're buying a Chrysler to avoid service fees... right...



That's a pretty awesome ride (it looks great even with mobile phone pics). Tell us how you like it.

Chris,

I love it, I seriously look forward to driving it all day. I got the Sedan becuase of practicality (I drive clients at times and have twin daughters), but even that aside I think the Sedan has great lines. Unfortunately I can't really open it up over 5K RPM's till the first 1200 mi service, but even when accelerating from 3-5K it is super fast and very responsive. Definietly the most fun car I ahve ever owned
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Nothing special, relative to the things posted here. GL450.

Nice. A buddy just got a 550. He came close on the Toyota Sequoia in Platinum trim, but a $60k sticker seems high, and short warranty 3/36 etc. plus, it's a giant truck. The GL had a "real" 7 passenger option as opposed to some trucks that have the row, but you have to be a toddler to use it.
post #925 of 26310
Was looking at a 5 series the other day. Back seat is a little cramped so I can only imagine what clients would think of a 3 series - wouldn't even think of an A4. But seriously, the C class was even worse. E class only marginally better. The 750i they had also was about the same as the 5, and confusing as hell to close the rear doors. People are going to spend hours figuring out the grab handle is under the wood trim.

For price and room a used A8L would suffice, Audi still has it on rear legroom, but not a fan of the styling anymore, hence looking at BMW.
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Was looking at a 5 series the other day. Back seat is a little cramped so I can only imagine what clients would think of a 3 series - wouldn't even think of an A4. But seriously, the C class was even worse. E class only marginally better. The 750i they had also was about the same as the 5, and confusing as hell to close the rear doors. People are going to spend hours figuring out the grab handle is under the wood trim.

For price and room a used A8L would suffice, Audi still has it on rear legroom, but not a fan of the styling anymore, hence looking at BMW.

Yeah, I've never understood why these german small and "mid" size sedans have such tiny rear leg room. Volvos too, I've found.
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Originally Posted by zjpj83 View Post
Nice. A buddy just got a 550. He came close on the Toyota Sequoia in Platinum trim, but a $60k sticker seems high, and short warranty 3/36 etc. plus, it's a giant truck. The GL had a "real" 7 passenger option as opposed to some trucks that have the row, but you have to be a toddler to use it.

Same route here. I looked at Sequoia, looked at Tundra, looked at Infiniti QX, BMW i48 (or whatever the bigger SUV with the bigger engine is designated...was far, far from impressed for the money), the Rover Sport and Range...GL450 just made the most sense.

FYI, Tundra and Sequoia on a lease? The eff'ing depreciation is 1k a month! The GL450, with a 75k MSRP, is less money per month than the Plat level Sequoia!
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I drive a 5 series and I've never had any complaints about rear leg room.
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Shitty cell phone pic of my new E90 M3 Sedan.

Looks great! Enjoy.
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