Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by NIGHTMARE, Nov 18, 2005.
the answer is yes
If you want to get pointed and laughed at, sure.
I'm curious to see how much slower the AWD version is. Guys on the web are getting 13.8's out of the RWD version.
Why would that happen?
I love you Mr. Clean
I'm gonna have to buy a watch without you I'm getting impatient
I told you... as soon as I steal it it's yours I'm still waiting for them to come back for New Orleans (they're supposed to be back for Thanksgiving)
I went to Radcliffs in Towson and tried it on. I think thats all me
Because cars like that don't belong on the track
Actually, cars like that don't belong on the road, period. It's a blatant rip off of Bentley and RR. I mean, it's a brilliant marketing strategy. You look at the car and you think "I'll never be able to afford a hand-built British automobile, so let me just buy this mass-produced, Canadian-built domestic garbage at a fraction of the cost."
And the hemi-powered engine they stuck into its 10-year-old chassis still doesn't make it a good car
haha, BMW envy.
c'mon man, you can't be serious
give her hell
Share your insight with us. Replying with nothing but a smilie just makes you look like a douchebag without an opinion.
BMW offers NOTHING that would get me excited about driving in any kind of normal price range. With the exception of the last gen M5, you can have anything they offer. And to add insult to injury, theyre bangled as hell now.
I'm sorry but Chrysler doesn't build a car that competes with BMW. That's MB's department at Daimler-Chrysler.
any more crap you want to say
No, I'm finished. I'm just waiting for an intelligent reply.
Shouldn't you be at happy hour?