The i3 isn’t like most electric cars with range extenders, and you can’t treat it like a plug-in hybrid vehicle. The NA 2-cylinder from a BMW scooter that’s in the car only makes 34 hp and 41 lb-ft of torque so there is not enough power to make the car safe on highways (especially going uphill) if you do deplete the…
Awesome! Electric only is the way to go, skip the REx.
Same, I think that the Cadillac ELR is only a year away from being easily grabbed for under $20,000 and I bet that the Volt will be half of that if it isn't already.
That is an oddly satisfying two cars together!
Honestly, I think the best thing to do would be to nab an M2 and switch to a GT4 later since (me speculating) they have another $20,000 to drop over the next 3-4 years before holding and appreciating back up to MSRP.
No, I promise that if I cave in for another car then it’s going to be a GranCabrio. At this point I’m too close to veer off. Not quite ready though and they are only getting cheaper... they are only getting cheaper... they are only getting cheaper...
2014/15 was the best. The hybrid is a great looking fuel sipper for under $9,000 if you need a car for sitting in traffic.
This is awesome! I’ll do a post on Roth IRAs and a bit with investing as soon as I can that way, if you decide to start a Roth, then you can get in a bit of money for 2018 before the April 12th cut off. I like these pools and a Roth IRA is the next progression. Great stuff!
This made me think of Volvo’s PowerPulse system with the diesel cars.
I figure if you have the opportunity to get what you paid for on a car (especially something not Japanese), then you might as well try to swap out for another and repeat since the more miles and years you put on a car, the faster it falls in value. Saves you from buying wear items too!
I would let go of the car while it’s worth it, personally.
Hey, Papyrus was my oh so edgy youth! I use Sibelius but I’m still struggling to notate music that looks the way it sounds (that's the art).
I love it! One of my favorite Maseratis and all time sedans.
It’s currently about right for a four year old car with less than 15,000 miles on it (about $100,000 off MSRP). That Quattroporte is listed $6,000 high though.
I meant to share this with you (though you’ve probably heard it). Someone did this at a recital with a pianist and trumpet player and it’s stayed in my head ever since.
I know! I'm crying a little...
It really should have taken off!