How long do you plan on keeping the car? Do you prefer a hard top or a soft top?
That's what the waranty is forlarchmont said:Not when the reliability is piss poor. Some things never get fixed right, or it's one thing after another. Neither of which tends to happen on cars with top-notch reliability.
There's always a chance of getting a bad car...luck of the draw... There has been a few TSXs that were lemons...and look at Joker's TL... Just a luck of the draw sometimes...however, choosing a certain type of car will decrease your chances.. Now if a certain part is bad all over the board for a manufacturer, then I suggest not going to them...larchmont said:So.....you mean that as long as it's free, you don't mind having to keep taking your car back in, and having problems crop up whenever they feel like it, and never knowing if the car will really get you where you're going?
hmm..boxter vs. S2k...there's another decision...Ferg said:Maybe a Mercedes-Benz or Lexus forum would be a good place to go? My guess is, like me, most people here have not driven either one. So their opinions are based mostly on looks.
If you were to ask my opinion, I'd say for that kind of money a Porsche Boxter looks real nice. Or, you could buy an S2000 and another TSX for your daily commute, and still have some cash to bank.
Do it!!! Yoo can doowit!!! I'd love to do the factory tour whenever I buy a porsche..bob shiftright said:I'm trying to talk my wife into a factory delivery tour in Stuttgart.
depending on what the majors are and which college(s), you won't get a fair trade...larchmont said:Yeah, that sounds generous enough.
Possible poll question: Who would trade 4 years of college and 4 years of grad school for a Porsche/Lamborghini/SC430?
I think we'd be horrified at the results.
Doh..I didn't realize you are in Canada... Lexus is defiantely your choice if you're looking for luxo. How about an Audi S4 Cabriolet?theos_tsx said:yeah im looking around a little over 110 000$ CAN as a price range, and luxury is a key as someone pointed out Lexus is really luxury, even the back seats that have no way of fitting a kid, let alone an adult is really well made and bolstered. What other cars around the price range are availble. Is the Porsche still in the question?