Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Pogi, Jan 9, 2005.
Which is the better car/value/etc?
gto when it was 25k or so.
GTO is incredible for the amount of money you pay. But the resale value will suck.
I wouldnt trade it in, unless it was for a newer gto
the gto is probably the better value
but I'd still pay extra and get the g35c
My poor 92 Legend with 135k is dying on me, I dunno wheter to get it fixed, or just get a new car. :\
GTO is obviously faster.
The G35c doesn't look like runover asshole and will still be running in 6 years
If you want a nice luxury & smooth ride get the G35C, but if you want more power in return of the wheels get the GTO.
exactly.....the GTO is definitely the better value if you're talking about performance
but I'd rather pay extra and get the much better looking, more luxurious car
Still, the trade in value will be shit compared to a G35.
My friend's 2002 M3 lost only about 10g so far in depreciation. While my 02 wrx lost a little more in depreciation (almost half of what the car is worth.) I am so tempted to buy a M3 and just drive it for 2 years, and trade it in. At the end, he had a much better car for the same price.
GTO for performance
G35c for everything else
G35C is a great car, but I don't even think it has 250hp hardly. Where as the GTO, is probably at the 300 - 320hp mark.
I'd buy the G35
based on looks
it's really not that much of a step up, but there are quite a few small things that make it more luxurious in my eyes
Because it costs more. :Keeping up with the Joneses:
GTO interior > G35 Interior
LS1 > VQ
25k value > 36k eek
nice av....are you german?
2005 G35c MT= 298hp
The g35 is clearly the better looking car, GM sackriders aside, and Infiniti is a much, much more reliable brand than GM, currently.
Not to mention the GTO has been dead in the water from a sales standpoint since its introduction. all you want, people are voting with their pocketbooks and the goat is getting its ass kicked.