Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Aspirin, Mar 2, 2010.
What I know:
theyre under $20k
tell me more.
i always thought the interior felt very cheap, particularly the dash/radio/climate controls.
they're ugly and have shitty interiors
it's GM, so expect failure.
they feel kinda small inside
winner winner chicken dinner
Yeah i drove a few of them when I was a valet. Interior is very plasticky...but I think it could make a great cheap/fun DD for someone who cant afford BMW's
It hops more than lindy.
I found this out the hard way when I was valeting...didnt they somewhat fix the issue in the later years of this gen (07?)
you can afford one
you're a bauce
Pretty reliable, very quick, decent for a big sport sedan...but I'd rather have a 550i or 545i
The interior is pure rubbish for a car of its class
If you can get by that, or if you just want bang for the buck they are pretty hard to beat.
Axel hop is fixed by removing the run flats for the most part... First mod will be to remove the fucking skip-shift bullshit...
They switched motors in 2005....
Somewhat shitty interior...
No one makes wheels for them, you'll have to get them custom made...
Dont' really miss mine...
how the fuck do you get rid of the skip shift? have it on my g8 and it's annoying as piss.
Several companies make ways to get around it, but if you're going to do it midaswell get an ECU tune, that way you get some more power out of the deal
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Nice car, would drive.
stop driving like a bitch
4.5krpm every shift, every time
holy shit that's trashy as fuck
mostly happens when im taking left turns from a stop. Believe me when I say I do not drive the car like a bitch.
Buddy of mine said that didn't work on the caddy's/pontiac's/vette's post 2004?
Or buy a G8 which would still be under warranty.
I had an 07, dont miss it, but it was fun.
There used to be a guy who made them, but here's a link to a DIY...