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    Originally posted by PigIron View Post

    Black Label
    I like that one!

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      All the SUVs I've had, not all at once of course.



      I loved this car and the presence it has on the road, but by far the most problematic car I've ever had. I will stick with my Mercedes .



      Currently driving the CLS53 and E350 as my daily.



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        maison888 Nice one !

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          Currently, Modded 2017 GMC Sierra (for off road fun), 2019 Cayenne, 2016 Nissan Patrol NISMO owned a 2014 Audi R8, 2016 Camaro SS and a 2014 Range Rover Vogue .. Turbo S, SRT and the CTS are my brother's

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            maison888 Mercedes lovers will always come back lol, non of my Mercedes lovers friends could ever drive a BMW



            Last edited by Disorder; 10-01-20, 22:17.

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              Disorder Honestly I really liked the 6 series a lot and I truly believe it's one of the best designs BMW ever came out with. But in the 4 years I've had it my fuel line busted, auxiliary water pump failed, fuel pump failed, then my radiator busted.

              I drive all of my cars pretty regularly and by no means are any of them a garage queen, but I do take care of them to the point it's pretty obsessive. I def. don't abuse them and rarely do any "spirited" driving so I was put off by the fact.

              I didn't have any issue the X5 50i but then again I only had it for a year and a half so I can't really say much regarding it's longevity.

              Maybe if they come out with something else more enticing I'll retract my previous statement, but as of now Mercedes all the way hahha...especially if they keep coming out with these gorgeous interiors.

              How do you like the turbo S btw? I drove one and fell in love with it! I've been wanting to get a 911 for a while but I can't justify their price Lol. I mean I get they are modern classics but their pricing strategy I think is just ridiculous.

              Originally posted by TudorGstaad View Post
              maison888 Nice one !
              Thank you sir.
              Last edited by maison888; 10-01-20, 22:48.

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                maison888 Yeah that's the main issue with the BMW's, they aren't a "long lasting" cars and if you decide to keep it, it would make a hole in you wallet. For the 911 as I mentioned it's my brother's but he never complained, it's one of the most solid sport/luxury cars out there and it's not really hard neither expensive to maintain. I have a cousin who's owned a number of sport cars and the one he loves the most is the 911, it's almost his daily car and trust me he treats her like a b**ch but she likes it lol. I wouldn't buy it new yes it's quite pricey, but a 2nd hand is always an option

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                  Originally posted by Disorder View Post
                  maison888 Yeah that's the main issue with the BMW's, they aren't a "long lasting" cars and if you decide to keep it, it would make a hole in you wallet. For the 911 as I mentioned it's my brother's but he never complained, it's one of the most solid sport/luxury cars out there and it's not really hard neither expensive to maintain. I have a cousin who's owned a number of sport cars and the one he loves the most is the 911, it's almost his daily car and trust me he treats her like a b**ch but she likes it lol. I wouldn't buy it new yes it's quite pricey, but a 2nd hand is always an option

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                  Even 2nd hand they hold their values very well. I looked into a 2010 PDK turbo last year as I had gotten rid of my M6 for the S class (wife insisted I needed a "family" car for the baby) and wanted a car for fun driving. The 2010 was still going for 90k which is around 60% of msrp 9 years later. They are absolutely gorgeous cars and from what I've also been told, quite easy to maintain.

                  BUY ONE maison888

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