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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis
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    You're too nice..
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    Aston Martin DB9, classically beautiful.... ooh but there's the Jaguar XK8. And the Merc S63 AMG with all the technology. Oh the McMerc SLR. And the Rolls Royce Phantom with its pure Britishness and class and luxury. And oh no, the Veyron. The speed, the raw power! Crap! Its harder to decide than i thought. But i'll have to flip a coin between the DB9 and SLR. Yup, DB9.

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    Old:RUF CTR (yellow Bird), classic design, raw old school power(1st twin turbo porsche).
    New:2001 Ruf 911 RTurbo, tough, quick and different.

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    Hello People, its nice to be here. I like BMW 5 Series Sedan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisabet
    Hello People, its nice to be here. I like BMW 5 Series Sedan.
    Hi, why do you like it? I don't like the new one very much, the E39 I always thought was much nicer...

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    i was about to say, it's uh, an unusual choice..
    Andreas Preuninger, Manager of Porsche High Performance Cars: "Grandmas can use paddles. They aren't challenging."

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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey
    i was about to say, it's uh, an unusual choice..
    but practical and realistic
    "I find the whole business of religion profoundly interesting, but it does mystify me that otherwise intelligent people take it seriously." Douglas Adams

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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    but practical and realistic
    that is certainly true, my favourite cars are either one or the other, or neither
    Andreas Preuninger, Manager of Porsche High Performance Cars: "Grandmas can use paddles. They aren't challenging."

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    Quote Originally Posted by IWantAnAudiRS6
    Hi, why do you like it? I don't like the new one very much, the E39 I always thought was much nicer...
    The new BMW 5 Series Sedan is the next stage in the evolution of a successful concept:more driving pleasure, less fuel consumption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisabet
    The new BMW 5 Series Sedan is the next stage in the evolution of a successful concept:more driving pleasure, less fuel consumption.
    talking about less fuel consumption, did you try the diesel versions?
    "I find the whole business of religion profoundly interesting, but it does mystify me that otherwise intelligent people take it seriously." Douglas Adams

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisabet
    The new BMW 5 Series Sedan is the next stage in the evolution of a successful concept:more driving pleasure, less fuel consumption.
    You could argue that about most cars. The new 3-Series deals with more pleasure and less fuel consumption than a 5-Series. In fact, a BMW 330Cd Coupé not only looks lovely, but also drives better and gets amazing fuel consumption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IWantAnAudiRS6
    Hi, why do you like it? I don't like the new one very much, the E39 I always thought was much nicer...
    And the E34 is much better than both its successors (M5 aside).
    Lack of charisma can be fatal.
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    Brabus CLS Rocket .... Excessive, Exclusive, Excessively Exclusive and Exclusively Excessive.

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    golf gti - practical, economical, doesnt attract attention, fun and adaptable
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoOne
    Brabus CLS Rocket .... Excessive, Exclusive, Excessively Exclusive and Exclusively Excessive.
    Dammit, that was my choice, and my reasoning. I'd have less lairy wheels though.
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