george37
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george37
9/13/15 5:51PM
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I’m surprised no one said Nardo Grey

9/06/15 7:35PM
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Completely disagree, I leased a 2014 Infiniti Q50 when it it just came out for 150$ a month tax included with $2500 drive-off (Including tax and registration). 2 year lease which I have already extended and plan on keeping for another year, please explain to me how purchasing this vehicle would be smarter? I don’t Read more

1/27/15 6:50PM
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seriously, might as well take advantage and have small drifts right?? Im sure it's never killed anybody, it happened often when I was in Russia, but that's Russia.

1/27/15 4:16PM
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Not a bad price all things considered. Next time I see someone in a R32, I'll make sure to bug them about how they got it registered in California. I also can't wait to see how many people bug you when you're driving around in the R32 (especially the younger car crowd). "Is that a real Skyline bro?!" One of my buddies Read more

1/27/15 3:52PM
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The California portion is very interesting. I have seen many R32 Skyline GTRs in the Los Angeles area. Wonder how they got them in... Most of them Ive seen a few years ago so they didn't even pass the 25 year rule (even saw a R34 GTR twice with California plates)... Hmm wonder how that worked.

1/22/15 7:04PM
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let's hope they make a regular version for the masses with a turbo 4 and 6. Would be lovely

1/22/15 4:05PM
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It all depends on the price of which they lease you the car for, if its well below MSRP (a price at which people finance the car for) then it isn't a bad choice. I have never leased a car without talking down the MSRP which will decrease the payment and the residual value, which is much better if I ever want to Read more