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11/15/19
4:15 PM
1

The sad reality is that crossovers are where manufacturers are putting all their effort right now. If you want the best options, comfort, etc, that’s usually the route you have to take. Read more

11/14/19
9:22 AM
8

meh, the VW crowd is like Jeep and/or Harley Davidson crowd respectively, they will spend butt loads of money on early 1980's Caddies, as in El Camino in Germany. 21 window sweet pickles vans are selling for over 100K in no running condition. Its a VW thing, most of us just don’t get it. I sort of miss my 2012 Passat Read more

10/31/19
10:46 PM
11

Bonus: There is a giant sit-on jackalope in this bar, just like the one on Dirty Sixth but with approximately 42.069% less sorority vomit. Read more

10/31/19
7:05 PM
3

Also, this weekend will be cold—well, for Texas—so do yourselves all a favor and pack a jacket.” Read more

9/27/19
3:50 PM
8

I find it ironic that you are calling someone else an idiot but failed to use the right contraction for “you are” which is “you’re” and not “your.”

8/23/19
5:46 PM
25

I have to admit, no amount of scandal can deter me from my love of another cheater, the Cayenne Diesel.

8/22/19
11:23 PM
2

Seriously, I can still get almost any mechanical part for my (relatively) limited run S2. A few things aren’t available, especially interior parts, but German marques are pretty good about keeping part stocks up. They (BMW, MB, Porsche) also really love to keep their rare cars on the road, just look at their classic Read more

8/22/19
2:04 PM
1

Sure, it is more expensive but even the lowly 4S is hardly slower (4s vs 3.6s to 60). The RS6 will likely pull ahead at the top end, but I’m too lazy to look for figures. I priced one, it was about 125k MSRP with sane options(nice color leather, decent exterior color, sport chrono, ACC). Read more

8/20/19
9:57 PM
1

It’s a good value for the performance, most definitely, especially as a lease. That being said, I priced a 4s and with what I’d want (decent color inside and out, PLDS, sport chrono, ACC, Carplay), it wasn’t that much more(~10K): certainly a lot of money for me, but probably pennies for someone buying or leasing Read more

8/20/19
7:56 PM
8

Don’t bet on Panamera’s holding residual value any better. For the price of an RS6 Avant, you might get a lightly equipped 4S (gas or e-hybrid). Now, I love the Sport Turismo, but I find the RS6's value proposition extremely tough to beat. Read more

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8/20/19
7:12 PM
9

If this is anywhere near 105K +options, I’d skip right over Audi and go get a Sport Turismo. Looks less....... angry, and I imagine the interior will age a lot better. It isn’t as fast, but I don’t think I’ll miss the extra 1s to sixty. Plus, it might actually hold some residual value, but who knows. Read more

8/20/19
6:06 PM
192

Just doing some quick math here, assuming it’s around what they currently sell for, it’d be around $93K +TTT, so... $105K, plus some options, which means you’d likely land around $115K. Since Audi’s tend to age like a fine... uhm, bread... let’s assume it’s going to be worth $48K in 36 months. Read more

5/26/19
8:51 PM
1

“I’m usually a VW over Mazda type of dude, but the 6 is better than this in every way.”  Not if you want AWD. 

10/11/17
2:38 PM
2

It wasn’t easy, because some annoying person went out and grabbed all the ignition modules from seemingly every Quad-4 equipped GM car on the lot. Every Oldsmobile Alero and Pontiac Sunfire I looked at was missing exactly the parts I thought I needed Read more

7/20/17
12:17 PM
1

In the parking lot at the tech company I work for there’s everything under the sun- from a Huracan, M3s, Caymans, 911s to the mid 2000s Corollas. Then there’s me pulling up in my beige 2000 E39 Touring or my XJ with minimal paint, fender flares, and a tire on the roof. No one seems to care what we drive, nor should Read more

7/20/17
11:00 AM
2

When I hit that point in my life I bought a Jetta. I know people are going to be queuing up to make a hackneyed gag about reliability, but I had the services done each year and didn’t hoon it and it was fine. It was exactly the sort of unobtrusive car that employers wanted to see a prospective employee drive up and Read more