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JSF721
02-05-2016, 12:57 PM
My M37X Sport loaded lease is up 3/5

I shopped the GS350AWD F Sport and its nice, but too quiet-like driving an appliance Will most likely be my wife's next ride.

The A6 outfitted the way I want it is too $$$$$$$$$$$$

The BMW 535XIM Sport also too much $$$$$$$$$$$$

So Im looking at another Infiniti.

Price support stinks, since its m 6th I am getting a loyalty $ but the cars loaded with sport are hard to find. Online search tools stink.

Mike_TX
02-05-2016, 05:06 PM
I have to agree on pricing. It's a little discouraging when you start pricing out an A6 or Beemer. It seems like they keep them just out of my reach! :mad:

rennie4
02-06-2016, 07:31 PM
Is the q50 to small? Can probably get the 400hptt awd model for less than the M? Maybe...

JSF721
02-07-2016, 03:32 PM
Q50 has 2 issues one is the crash test ands the second is the back seat is a littltigh


Is the q50 to small? Can probably get the 400hptt awd model for less than the M? Maybe...

Altered
02-07-2016, 05:39 PM
I was going to suggest looking into the new Jaguar XE but if the Q50 is too small most likely so is the Jag.

JayG35
02-11-2016, 12:58 AM
I have to agree on pricing. It's a little discouraging when you start pricing out an A6 or Beemer. It seems like they keep them just out of my reach! :mad:

I've just given up on buying new, and it's not just for luxury models (the average vehicle transaction price being over $30k!). Even if you buy out of warranty and spend thousands on maintenance every few years, you'll never approach the insane expenses necessary to finance a $60-80k new midsize luxury sedan.

I've fallen in love with the rich, raw steering feel and feedback of the E46 , E39 and E38 anyway. If I'm shopping Bimmers, it's going to be them for the forseeable future. Mint condition with full service records and PPIs, naturally. :cool: