I see this as a win all around. People who loved the H6 and NA nature of the older cars get the new GT4/Spyder and people who thought the boxer 4s were great get to buy cheap depreciated cars (unless you already bought one in which case....you had to have known it’d depreciate like crazy). It’s a win for everybody.
yeah, there is a doctor around the corner from me w/a 2017 718 GTS in some shade of red. Its awesome. Its basically my almost attainable dream car. It sounds just fine to me when hes driving by. It looks great, its fast, and in the real world how much more engine/performance does anyone actually need/use?
E30 > E46 > E90 > E36 > G20 > F30
First, this is bait
Counterpoint: wagons look better than their sedan counterparts the vast majority of the time, and better than their lifted, bloated brethren... All the time.
More importantly, it’s Altair. I’d like to see them revisit the setting from the first game some day. Either via a new game or a remake with modern AC gameplay. Like Egypt in recent years, the Holy Lands are not a common setting in games.
While you are right, some of these folks just can’t be convinced. Then there will be the old VW haters who will chime in and say the interior smells like crayons and that every VW they’ve owned (grouping the new cars as well) was a rattle can after XX,XXX miles. What they don’t know is how much of a hand Audi has had…
Also, let’s revisit interior quality after 3-5 years of ownership. I’d put money the GTI still doesn’t make much noise, whereas the Boostang would look, feel, and sound every bit the American car it is.
Optioned up to $356,840 at the factory.
At this point, I much prefer the Grand Tour over Top Gear.
Are you calling Nova Bomb “least useful”? Are we playing ru same game? Why do you think they’re nerfing that super’s main exotic?
The current gen 718s look great, too.
Last year I test drive a 997 S cab that was about as nice as this one but cheaper.
That’s the nicest, lowest mileage 996 C4S I’ve seen in a long time. (And I spend way too much time browsing 996s.)
I drove a 2004 996 turbo cabriolet back in 2017, the dealer wanted ~46k for it, much better deal than this.
This is 99% my perfect GT3. I’d only wish it were in chalk.
Hooray! More meat for the rest of us!