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|02-20-2013 09:31 AM|
The Subaru Legacy GT can be a really nice car great amount of mods out there has a great forum as well, can be really fast but the interiors are cramped, my wife has a 07 model (gen 4 which I think are the best looking) and if you have problems in the snow with a Subbie something is VERY wrong, those car are like tanks in the snow I have driven through snow that was over the head lights in my 98GT I had that was a fun car to drive in really bad weather. But since that was not listed I choose the S4 has my option for this poll.
Good luck with your next purchase can't wait to see what you get and what you do to it.
|02-20-2013 09:24 AM|
S4 all the way. I have riden in them and have drove one around VIR a few times. Audi in my opinion is tied with Subaru with making the best AWD system out there. The S4 has a lot of room in them as well. My friend that owns a S4 is 6'7" and that is the main reason he has this car other than it is a blast to drive in any weather and just has more style and sophistication than a Tuarus (in my opinion). The newer V6T models are fast too, on a track like VIR I can't hang with them, the older 4.2 V8 I can beat most of them unless tweaked though those things sound awesome.
So for me if I were wanting a Daily Driver for winter and still want something fun and has some class and sophistcation S4, a reflash and those things are really damn fast.
|02-20-2013 09:02 AM|
|Belo||instead of the m3, maybe consider the 335xi. Easily and cheap to mod the twin turbo to make some serious power and also offers some great features with certain packages and the awd that you might need. On a cheaper note, I'd recommend a legacy gt. Nice features and awd and power without the boyracer styling of the wrx. I considered these 2 cars before i got the g8 for a steal during their firesale. Obviously I live in western ny... so I then bought a truck to drive in the winter hahha.|
|02-20-2013 07:54 AM|
Originally Posted by Darkside View Post
I wouldn't think you'd have to take the viper out to show it unless you were close to a deal, I'd call ahead and say hey I got this viper I'm looking to trade its in excellent shape blah blah what is ballpark you will give for me. Believe me - ANY dealer would like to have a viper in the showroom, it is a conversation piece and WILL sell.
|02-20-2013 07:53 AM|
|Crazy_8||Get a truck!|
|02-20-2013 06:43 AM|
Originally Posted by bostonf4$ View Post
The Sho is definately high on my list right now. The problem being that I don't know how long the good deals will stick around, 36-38k for a 46k msrp. Ford dealers aren't going to give me squat for a Viper trade, and its not like I'm taking it out of winter storage to show it to them all.
|02-18-2013 03:49 PM|
Trading in the G8 offset the $$ wonderfully. It is heavy 4300lb, but I like the weight of it. Inside, my 175lb 5'10" frame fits just fine. I likek the cozyness of it. My kids really like the REAR heated seats. I like the heated steering wheel, autopark (I can parallel park just fine but it is stupid cool) and the bluetooth that I thought the G8 was going to have is wonderful too.
Can't find too much to complain about. Put the car in S selection and there is tons of power. Stock G8 vs. stock SHO, I think the SHO wins (though not by much).
|02-18-2013 03:48 PM|
Keep pushing the dealers on the SHO and they will drop drop DROP that price for you, believe me - I couldn't believe how much they were willing to negotiate when I looked at one.
If it were me I'd be torn between the SHO and the S4, on one hand I am partial to a manual transmission, but the SHO is much larger....I used to be scared of Audis reliability-wise but my mom has a new A4 and it has been rock solid.
2 other cars you do not mention: 335ix sedan (can also be had w/ manual and AWD), and A subaru WRX/STi - you may not like the looks, but if you can live w/ the size of an S4 the subie is about the same, and is a BLAST to drive and can be made VERY fast.
|02-18-2013 03:39 PM|
Originally Posted by sweetair View Post
|02-18-2013 03:10 PM|
|sweetair||I just got a 2013 SHO. I am LOVING this car. Mine has the PP as well as every option available.|
|02-18-2013 02:44 PM|
|Zodiac||If I had to choose between any of those cars, I'd jump on the S4.|
|02-18-2013 02:30 PM|
Sounds to be like the winter time isn't exactly helping you choose which car because if it was, the M3 and CTS-V would not be up there. It'd be either the S4 or SHO.
If I ignored the winter thing... I'd get the CTS-V. They just plain looks so bad a@$ and you can build upon the power. My M3 e46 broke dang near every single month. I drove her super hard though. Luckily I had a warranty, but not everything was covered.
|02-18-2013 02:02 PM|
|V8 G8||If you are getting this just for the bad winter driving then you gotta go with AWD. It makes the most since IMO. Go with a SHO, the newer ones are looking pretty sick.|
|02-17-2013 10:05 PM|
If the SHO's are going that cheap, jump on them!
If you have another car to drive on the bad weather days (your Jeep), I say get the V.
|02-17-2013 09:27 PM|
Originally Posted by TyG8GXP View Post
|02-17-2013 07:10 PM|
|02-17-2013 07:05 PM|
Originally Posted by Darkside View Post
Based on what you said, I'd say SHO.
|02-17-2013 06:57 PM|
|farsighted770||Choose the sho because the all weather usage and I've ridden in a few they are nice and take to basic mods well|
|02-17-2013 06:45 PM|
|pic18||The SHO's might be had for a good price. There was a new 2012 selling for $35k at a Ford Dealer here.|
|02-17-2013 01:52 PM|
If it was me then I would personally love to have the CTS-V. It would be a bummer to drive in the snow but I'm sure with some winter tires it would take the roads just fine.
On a second note a SHO would be the perfect all year round car with the AWD but I personally don't think it's worth the price tag and as I am 6'2 I feel cramped in the car and that shouldn't happen in a full size sedan.
For the money I think the V is the way to go.
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