[A4] New car considerations
brian at bjwhite.net
Mon Sep 5 23:12:32 EDT 2005
Uhhh. A VW could handle just as well as your Audi...don't get on the high horse there man.
Audis handle just as well as a whole host of other cars, both more expensive, and less. Toyota and
Lexus? I don't like Lexus much because they suffer from that Japanese sterility. Has nothing to
do with the supposed lack of prestige a Toyota nameplate gives. That was a dumb answer.
Yes, BMW still do AWD. In fact, they've expanded it to include certian 5-series models as well...
(formerly only available in the 3-series and X5/X3).
When faced with the need to replace my Peugeot 405 Mi16, I went the big V8 RWD route. BMW 540i 6-
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From: Nicholas Stock <nickstock at gmail.com>
To: "F550V12 at aol.com" <F550V12 at aol.com>
Sent: Mon, 5 Sep 2005 19:47:20 -0700
Subject: Re: [A4] New car considerations
> Now that's fighting talk!! I've never really like the Lexus as a
> brand..perhaps it's because I can't mentally get away from the fact
> that you're buying a Toyota with a few fancy bells and whistles (I
> know, that's a very broad assumption..). Then again, some of my
> friends just say I drive a VW with a different badge...until I scare
> the crap out of them going around a tight corner....
> What other cars would you consider along side a new A4? Do BMW still do an AWD?
> On 9/5/05, F550V12 at aol.com <F550V12 at aol.com> wrote:
> > Well I'm sure this will produce a large GASP among many in this room but
> > what does everyone think about the new Lexus IS? They have a 2.5 and 3.5
> > available and AWD in the 2.5 coming in October...I know, I know, it's not German....
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