Genesis sells online in Canada. I bought my G70 online and it was the best car buying experience of my life, by a very wide margin.
Meanwhile we’ve had it for 7 months in Canada with no-haggle prices, no PDI, no freight, 5 year included maintenance... Woah
I’ve had mine (3.3T V6 AWD) since June (Canada, yay) and already drove 10k km - absolutely loving the car.
I’ve massively cut down on my beef consumption and don’t generally have it more than a handful of times a year, and only when it’s served by the host when I eat out.
animalproducts from your lifestyle.
It really isn’t.
...but it really isn’t that. I have one; I cross-shopped Germans, and let me tell you it is MILES away from the 3 series in its current form. Slightly below C43 in materials quality, slightly below Audi in overall finish and ergonomics - but one impressive car overall.
A cultist for whom?! I’m very critical of Tesla, had high hopes for the Model 3 and ended up absolutely disappointed in the actual product. I think the Koreans will hurt them a lot with the electric Kona with its 400km range at launch and 800km end goal.
Jesus fucking Christ dude, which dealership do you work for?! First of all, I didn’t say squat about Tesla cars, merely that they’ve had trouble with their direct-sales model, which is a fact, and that people would rather avoid dealerships altogether, which is also a fact, based on the absolutely insanely high number…
It’s because of your retarded dealership-only way of buying cars (and paying insane admin fees). Look at how much trouble Tesla has to go through because dealerships are (rightfully) thinking people won’t deal with them once we have a better option.
I wanted the 3.3T more than the manual. I just love the car.
Can’t believe you never noticed that! It’s been bothering me ever since I saw one. I’ll try to find a video. And yeah, there’s at least ONE other person with a strange obsession for car lighting (to the immense dismay of my girlfriend actually).
Wow. First BMW I really love the looks of in a long time (well, I liked a lot of pre-Bangle stuff, favourites among which were the E39 5-series and old 8-series).
I wouldn’t have a problem with you defending an S4 or a C43 AMG or even a 340i with the sport package, but seriously the Q50RS is a fantastic engine in a dismal car. The ride sucks, the steering is the worst and seriously the interior is bad. Where are the ventilated seats? Why is the navigation system so horrible?…
And $57000 is in CAD, which is $44000 USD, which is MUCH cheaper.
An Altima has a better interior than the Q50 Red Sport. It’s ridiculously bad (to me). I’ll gladly trade off an imperceptible (to me) 0.2s and the better (to me) driving dynamics for a better (to literally everyone ever) interior where I’ll spend 100% of my driving time.
I get your point, but in Canada I’m paying significantly less for a G70 Sport than for a Q50 Red Sport, and trust me the G70 is quicker.
That’s what’s happening? Just got mine in Canada and was wondering why there isn’t even pricing out for the US. Do you have details or an article?
I said “compared to Infiniti”, not “compared to a C43 AMG”. Nissan/Infiniti depreciates extremely quickly and the Q50 is one of the worst.