That’s fair enough. I never ran one in Texas and never had a problem.
Has front plate holder, doesn’t run front plate. I like that.
I didn’t drive it long enough to think about shifting. If I’m serious about one I’m going to tell them to give me a loaner Giulia for a couple hours. I didn’t really notice if the transmission upshifted too fast; the one I drove didn’t even have paddles. If it had a manual, I probably would have leased it today. I…
Kind of, I lust after different cars but then that would mean I would have to get rid of one of my cars and they’re both excellent right now. So I would have to find something better, better, of course, being subjective.
ORLG and me got passed by a new Infiniti coupe on the interstate in Nashville and both agreed it was a pretty good looking car. When I think of Infiniti I think of the G35, not sure why but that’s the car that always comes to mind and they all seem to be riced to hell now.
Fair enough. I do find it funny when others use the tag.
I clicked on this the other day and completely missed the tag.
Fair enough. I’m not sure if I’d get bored with it. I do tend to hold on to cars for a while, I had my explorer for 9.5 years and my M3 for 3.5. I sold the 1 because I was unemployed. Probably going to hang onto the 3 for a while.
I’m sure values will plummet. The lease would be so I don’t have to worry about fixing it, when it breaks.
Or I could get an M2. There are a lot of other cars I would own over one of those. I also couldn’t afford that and my M3.
The brake thing bothered me. I think I would get used to it, but it was still just weird.
I got what you were trying to say. Civic Type-R is a better car that was released at the dawn of a model release and not the twilight like the FoRS. The reasons you listed for sale are also valid reasons. It seems like a lot of the FoRS’s that are for sale is because they either didn’t live up to the hype or just…
Not sure if I like Infiniti’s offerings and after the two GMs my parents had in the early 2000s, I’m not sure I would own a GM product.
I don’t think I would want to own an Alfa Romeo long term, you know, out of warranty. I think there are some cars that you lease as opposed to buy, this is one of them.
The 2.0L turbo 4. I think that’s the only engine option besides the V6 in the quattroicantspellthat, at least in the US market.
While one of those would be fun, I’d just get the F82 M3 instead.
That’s why I was thinking lease.
I got around 13 MPG in ATL traffic. My insurance was the same price in San Antonio as it is here, not that it affects your price at all.
I agree with all of this. It makes a lot of sense.