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I didn’t hate.. get out ya feelings. Obviously the car is nice just for the price tag you could’ve gotten an c63 AMG or a BMW m4. And everyone else dick eating is weird too. But yeah the cars nice, just not made to really move in.
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BMW M4 Competition: front of the car looks like it's gonna vomit and certainly makes me wanna vomit and sounds total garbage. I don't know why someone would buy it over Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio or an AMG in the same price segment. Even BMW'S M2 CS is better.
Another price comparison:Model 3 Performance -> 3.2s -> $55,990Model 3 Long Range -> 4.4s -> $47,990AMG C 63 S -> 3.8s -> $74600Audi S4 -> 4.4s -> $50200BMW M2 Competition Coupe -> 4.2s -> $58,900BMW M4 Coupe -> 4.1s -> $69,150A Model 3 is cheaper to buy and maintain.
Yes, they are. But many, many Germans do want to afford a luxury car. Hell, I’ve seen a lot (a ,lot,) of 20–25yrs old (bold) guys drive a CLS, or AMG E coupé, or M4, or 911 where I live (southern Germany); cars that CEOs would drive in southern Europe. An S4 feels rather modest and nobody would waste a glance on it. People do pay an arm and a leg for such cars, but it’s (perceived as) the right price to reach a certain social status. So, you may say they are ,luxury, cars, but they are not ,exclusive, cars. Which in turn means that while BMW, Mercedes and Audi (and their pals Mini and Smart and, of course, Porsche) are just daily luxus, most other firms - especially the foreign ones, starting with Fiat, Renault and the like - carry a never disappearing taint; essentially, if you own a Fiat you are a bit ashamed of it (and/or you’re of italian descent). That said, this is - as many things in Germany - a regional issue. In northwestern Germany BMW, Mercedes and Audi aren’t ,that, common; and in deepest eastern Germany people would look at a driving-by Porsche just like the average Spaniard would.
Bear with me, I’ve given this more thought than I probably should have. 4500Km/2813Miles in under 32 hours of driving…… (excluding all road trip breaks) That gets the required average speed to..141Kmph/89Mph. Since we got that out of the way, I guess I should be looking for something that’s not just reliable (Yes, that’s the priority here) but also confortable. It should be fast, cause an average velocity of 89Mph for 32 hours straight is no joke. Then come the twistys. I wouldn’t want to go via the regular freeways. I’d prefer to enjoy the 32 hour drive. Maybe the Route 66 then.. Will need something that handles, without being a pain in the back.. I’d also want to look cool while doing it. Cause these are the things one doesn’t get to do very often. Might as well make the most of it… So, something that’s easy on the eyes without attracting to much attention (from the flashing sirens if you know what I mean) So, in short, ,I’d be looking for something that’s Respectably fast. Reliable (for that 32hour stretch)/LeMans like endurance.) Comfortable (within reason, I’m a simple man) Good to look at standstill & at 100Mph alike all while not standing out like a rapper’s jewellery in a hospital. With those in mind, these would be my choices 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 GTS 2017 Porsche Cayman GTS 2018 BMW M4 CS 2018 Audi RS5 2017 Mercedes Benz C63 AMG S sedan After thinking long and hard, I’d say screw it, and go with this… Yes, the ,2018 Audi R8 V10 Spyder (RWS), Coast to coast, with the pedal to the metal, Balls out cause I’d only have to do it once if done right… And after a few broken laws, several speeding tickets and inevitably, the suspension of my license, I’d have one hell of a story to tell. I know, being cool comes with it’s price, and I get the feeling that the above, would be worth the trouble. Note:- This, as you might have understood, is purely preferential. And exotics are way too high strung to go crazy in, especially on public roads.. The British are typically unreliable, and a tad bit ostentatious. hence the exclusion The Italians are many things. Subtle is not one of them. That and I don’t want to burn in a car fire.. The Japanese are reliable, but frankly, a bit unamusing.. (Not the LFA, that thing is nuts) Most of the American cars are recognised in the country so, something like a Mustang or a Corvette will draw attention… The station wagons like the (Audi) RS6 and the (Mercedes Benz) E63s Estate aren’t available in the US.. Feel free to point out anything I may have missed…
Jason's answer is quite to the point. The major driver for high car price is taxation, namely 25% customs duty, 17% VAT and between 1% to 40% consumption tax depending on the displacement capacity of the car. As such, the price for an imported car in China usually consists of more than 50% tax of various kind. For instance, an AMG C63 is sold in China starting USD150,000, 2.5 times the price in the US, and M4 pretty much the same. Secondly, Chinese people view cars as definition of how successful they are rather than mere vehicles that take you somewhere. People want luxurious cars even if a domestic car suits their needs better, as being able to afford luxurious cars make them feel better. Want a fast BMW to show off but can't possibly pay out USD10,000 for a BMW 535? No problem, a 320 will also do as long as it is BMW. This is a true reflection of how Chinese people think when buying a car and inevitably is taken advantage of by car dealers to set higher prices.
I dont Think its Worth Buying a Lamborghini Unless you are Very wealthy. If you can AFFORD All the costs it comes with….then sure. Lamborghini Is Very expensive just to purchase. Maintening a Lamborghini , however comes at a very Hefty price. Lamborghini Is Just a “Status” Symbol. They are very fun to drive, but certainly not a everyday car If You want performance, At a much cheaper price consider a “Nissan GTR, BMW M4, Mitsubishi Lancer Evo, Subaru, Ford Mustang GT, BMW M5, Porsche 911, or a Mercedes Benz AMG Series. Any of the above cars, Modified or even a Few Stock , can out perform a Lamborghini Lamborghini, has superior Handling, and fast, But its NOT build to last like other cars. Depends on the model of course and how well you take care of it, but its NOT a Everyday car you can drive. Its just not build for that reason. So it worth Buying it ? Well, if You can afford to Maintain it, if you have money to throw around, and If you want a Lot of attention, then GO For It….Just dont drive it everyday, because if the brakes go bad, or you need a Oil change, We are talking thousands friend.. ………Best Regards, Nick Cana:)
There are many styles of cars designed around performance. All of these cars can fall under the term of sports car. The term sports car however tends to focus on a 2 door light weight typically rear wheel drive car designed to be fun. Cars like the Toyota 86 and Mazda MX-5 Miata are great examples of this basic term however exotics like the Ferrari 488 GTB can also be considered sports cars. Muscle cars are a primarily american term. The term originated when full size cars (usually full size coupes) had very large and powerful engines placed into them. These cars had great power and acceleration but they were large and heavy and not meant for good track handling. The closest thing we have to a muscle car at this time is the Dodge Charger Hellcat. The term muscle car is often times applied to cars that should be considered pony cars. Pony cars started with cars like the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro. These were smaller, lighter cars that had some handling in mind but kept large powerful engines to maintain their acceleration. The 3 cars that are typically considered muscle cars nowadays (mustang camaro and challenger) are actually pony cars. Supercars are cars that tend to have a higher focus on performance. They have high prices and often times use mid-rear mounted engines for the sake of handling performance at the cost of cabin space. Supercars tend to have open production but stay generally rare due to their high purchase prices and very poor usability. the current supercars out on the market are (not limited to) Lamborghini Huracan, Lamborghini Aventador, Mclaren 720S, Ferrari 488 GTB, Audi R8 V10 Plus. Hypercars are very similar to supercars but on a higher level. Where supercars tend to be competitive with each other in performance and costs, Hypercars have far less competition and are therefore more varied in design and performance. These cars tend to have limited production runs and are very rare. Typical hypercars are the Mclaren P1, Ferrari LaFerrari, Porsche 918 Spyder, Koenigsegg Agera and Bugatti Chiron. Within the realm of performance cars, manufacturers work to strike a good balance of costs, performance, driving dynamics, usability, and comfort. different manufacturers can focus on different things. Take for example Aston Martin. They tend to focus more on handbuilt luxury and comfort while still performing well. On a racetrack, an Aston Martin DB11 may not keep up with a Mclaren 720S but on a long road trip, the Astons softer ride combined with the larger cabin means that it will be a far more comfortable car to use. These types of cars are called Grand Tourers or GTs. Another area to focus on is the different types of performance that a car can have. some cars like the BMW i8 have great acceleration and decent handling when used briefly on the street but they can struggle to perform on a track where extended periods of hard use can quickly cause the car to overheat. At the same time, cars like the Porsche 911 GT3-RS, Mercedes AMG GT-R, BMW M4 CS, and Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 are focused on track performance. They typically come with very grippy tires that are not suitable for road use, very stripped out interiors and better cooling equipment to let them stay on track for extended periods of time. With all the different areas that a performance car can focus on, it becomes really difficult to properly classify everything accurately. A great example of this is the Bugatti Chiron. It is a very heavy, very luxurious and fairly comfortable car, but it also has an insanely powerful engine that gives it great acceleration and top speed. It tends to fall under the tag of a hypercar but it also has the underpinnings of a Grand Tourer. Hopefully you have a better understanding of car classification now and understand that with the very broad and diverse market we have now, classification can be a very futile effort.
There are lots and you can go down many different routes here: 2018 BMW M4. At $69,150 you can have a fast BMW coupe which has more pep than the regular BMW 4 series. Since that is way under budget, you may have room for some extra options but save money for maintenance as BMW maintenance costs can be crazy. But if you’re shopping for a $100k car it’s probably no big deal 2018 Lexus GS F. This car might not get as much attention as the BMW, but it’s still nice, and it’s more reliable and cheaper to maintain than the BMW. Pricing starts at $84,350. 2018 Lexus LC 500. This is a sexy car that will definitely turn heads and drive like a dream. At a price tag of $92,000, you won’t have a lot of room for bells and whistles, but it is a sporty car and it looks like a car in the future. If you watched Black Panther you will see this car get featured Anyway these are my top favorites, but I’ll just quickly name a few more good ones: Mercedes C63 AMG coupe Audi S5 Coupe Dodge Challenger (I do not know the naming system for this car but opt for the sportiest, fastest version you can) Porsche 911 Porsche Panamera
The old IS300 from the early 2000’s was pretty fun, especially if you find one with a manual. The IS-F was decently fun but was a quirky awkward car. The RC-F is supposed to be pretty fun, but in its price class is considered inferior to the BMW M4 and Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe
If you want all the technical details, I suggest you Google it. In fact, there are several websites which explain the naming trends of these cars. I will give a brief overview. BMW X series- Stands for SUV. May or may not be AWD/4WD. i at the end of name- stands for petrol. i before the name- stands for hybrid d at the end of name- stands for diesel. x before i or d- stands for car has AWD (not available in some countries like India). M before name- car is a thoroughbred car tuned by ///M division. M after name- car is a sportier version of normal car. GTS after name- car is track focused. 1 series- Basic hatchback with 5 doors. 2 series- Basic coupe of 1 series hatchback. 2 series Active Tourer- larger version of 1 series based on 2 series' looks. 3 series- Cheapest sedan. 4 series- Coupe of cheapest sedan. 4 series Gran Coupe- Sedan of coupe of cheapest sedan. 5 series- Mid range sedan. 6 series- Coupe of mid range sedan. 6 series Gran Coupe- Sedan of coupe of mid range sedan. 7 series- most luxurious sedan. i8- hybrid sports car competing with the 911, R8, AMG GT etc. i3- hybrid hatchback. Priced at about the 5 series level, no real competition IMO. X1- Mini SUV based on 1 series (available as a RWD). X3- Mid size SUV based on 3 series (available in AWD/4WD). X5- Full size SUV based on 5 series. X6- Coupe of full size SUV based on 5 series. Most expensive of the regular BMW SUVs. M125i- Sportier version of 125i. M235i- Sportier version of 235i. M2- Newly launched sports car completely tuned by ///M. M3- 4 door sports car for track use. M4- 2 door version of M3. Also for track use. M5- Luxury cruiser. Preferred for autobahn/expressway cruising. M6- 2 door M5 for sporty looks. M6 GC- 4 door of 2 door M5 with sportier looks. 760Li- No M7 here, but this is the closest you could get. V12 engine. X5 M- Sporty version of X5. Name is this way because 'MX5' would be plain stupid. X6 M- Sporty version of X6. Name is this way because 'MX6' would be plain stupid. ,Audi TFSI- stands for petrol car. TDI- stands for diesel car. number before TFSI/TDI- power of the car measured in Audi's weird number ladder. There is a website which figured out how it is calculated. S line- basically like M sport. S before number- sportier version of S line. RS before number- sportiest version of the car. Quattro- AWD. Sportback- fancy word of saying 4 door version of 2 door. Avant- estate car. A1- Super mini hatchback for city use. A2- Old (now discontinued) Audi. A3- Available as a hatchback and sedan. Entry level car. A4- Competes with 3 series. Basic sedan. A5- Coupe based A4. A5 Sportback- 4 door version of A5. A6- Mid range sedan competing with 5 series. A7 Sportback- sporty looking A6. A8- most luxurious Audi. 'L' stands for long wheelbase. Q1- upcoming small SUV based on A1. Q3- small SUV based on A3. Q5- small SUV based on A4. Q7- small SUV based on A6. S1- sporty little car. S3- sporty version of A3 hatchback. RS3- sportier version of S3. S4- sporty version of regular A4. RS4 Avant- sportier version of S4. S5 sportback- sporty looking 4 door of S4. S5- S4 coupe. RS5- S4 coupe on steroids. S6- Sporty A6. RS6 Avant- Stupendously fast A6. Previous models had a Lamborghini engine. S7 Sportback- sporty looking version of S6. RS7- crazy looking, crazy fast version of the S7. TT- sub brand of Audi. Only has one car: a coupe. R8 supercar- supercar for Porsche 911 money. Avant- An estate car. Sportback- a four door version of a coupe of a four door. eg the S5 Sportback. The A7 is an exception as it isn't a coupe, its just a stylish four door based on the A6. ,Mercedes Kompressor- indicates supercharged car. CDI- indicates diesel. AMG- crazy fast versions of normal cars. AMG Sport- basically like M sport. Black Series- souped up version of a 'normal' AMG car. A class- hatchback competing with 1 series. CLA- 4 door coupe of A class. B class- large hatchback competing with 2 series Active Tourer. C class- medium sized sedan competing with 3 series. C class coupe- self explanatory. E class- mid sized sedan competing with 5 series. E class coupe/cabrio- self explanatory. CLS- 4 door coupe based on C class (or E class?). S class- needs no introduction. S class coupe- self explanatory. GLA- smallest merc SUV you can buy. GLK- small SUV. GLE- big SUV based on E class (or C class?). [PREVIOUSLY ML] GLS- humungous SUV based on S class (or E class?). [PREVIOUSLY GL] G wagon- military spec ballistic SUV. Tank for the roads. A45 AMG- fast A class. CLA45 AMG- fast CLA. C63 AMG- superfast C class. E63 AMG- superfast E class. CLS63 AMG- superfast CLS. S63 AMG- crazy fast version of a luxury limousine (Why?). GLA45 AMG- fast GLA. GLE63 AMG- basically an ML63 AMG. GLS63 AMG- basically a GL63 AMG. Gxx AMG- there are many versions of this and so I have kept it as 'xx'. It is a sporty version of the G class. AMG GT- Almost supercar for 911 money. Jaguar XF- a saloon which competes with the 5 series, E class and A6. XJ- A saloon which competes with the 7 series, S class and A8. XF-R- A faster version of the XF. Competes with the S6, I'd say. XF-RS- The faster version of the XF you want. Competes with the M5 and E63. Crazy fast with a bonkers looking rear wing. XJ-L- Extended wheel base version of the standard XJ. XJ-L Supercharged- XJ-L on steroids. comes with a 5.0L V8. There's another super exclusive XJ, but I don't find it common enough to make a separate category. XK/XK-R- Two seat V8 coupe. Think of it as an old man's F-Type. XK-RS- the XK on steroids. Ridiculous car. For the old man who wants to have fun ;) F-Type cabrio- Soft top version of the F-Type. Nearly twice as much as the XK (at least here in India) and nearly half as big. Comes in three flavors, two V6s and one V8. F-Type Coupe- Same as the cabrio, but with a hard top. XE- A car which competes with the 3 series, C class and A4. Looks amazing in real life, and you have the option of getting it with an F-Type V6. Sweet! F-Pace- Jags new SUV. Basically, an XE on stilts. Still looks good, but it's almost as if all Jags look the same. I hope this answers your questions. Edit: Listed Mercedes section properly as ,Vigneshwarraj Chandrasekaran, suggested. Updated Mercedes answer by editing Kompressor's explanation and adding Black Series thanks to ,Apoorva C,. Edit2: Adding a list for Jaguar.
It really depends on what you look for in a car. Their regular models are great for buyers who are looking for a reasonably-priced premium comfortable car that won’t break the bank when your maintenance bill arrives. For a performance-oriented buyer, there are better options out there. You could have a BMW M4 or a Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG - both of which are (arguably) better than an equivalent Lexus RC-F. But that is not to say that the RC-F (or other performance-oriented Lexus cars) is bad. You really need to know what you’re buying into if you intend on getting a performance Lexus car. The IS-F, for instance, is a hoot. I personally do believe that Lexus is an underrated brand, but that’s mainly because they appeal to a certain type of buyer. A person who wants snob value probably won’t consider a Lexus right away, and that would be fair. But for a regular user who likes a fast but comfortable car that is quite reliable with inexpensive spare parts, a Lexus makes a lot of sense. Especially the hybrid “H” models since they are so frugal and peppy. So yes, I feel Lexus cars are underrated.
I assume you mean rent, not “hire.” But anyway, a luxury car worth 100k plus. So, here’s the list (with prices.) Rolls Royce Phantom 2014: 6000 (with chauffeur 9 hours)Rolls Royce Drop-head 2016: 5000 AED Rolls Royce Dawn 2017 convertible: 7000 AED Rolls Royce Wraith 2015: 4000 AED Rolls Royce Ghost 2016 special edition: 3600 AED Rolls Royce Ghost 2015 special edition: 3000 AED Aventador Roadster 2015: 5500 AED Aventador coupe 2015: 4500 AED Huracan 2015: 3200 AED Huracan spider 2017: 4000 AED Ferrari F12: 4200 AED Ferrari 488 GTB: 4200 AED Ferrari 458 spider: 3500 AED Ferrari 458 coupe: 2500 AED Ferrari California T (4 seaters): 3500 AED Mclaren 650 S: 4500 AED Bentley GTC: 3200 AED Bentley GT W12 2016: 2600 AED Audi R8 v10 spider: 2200 AED Audi R8 V8 spider: 1800 AED Audi A8L 2016: 1200 AED Audi A6 2016: 650 AED Audi A3 2016: 400 AED Mercedes S63 coupe 2015: 2700 AED Mercedes GLE 63 2016 (700 hpw): 1800 Mercedes C63: 1600 Mercedes G63 2016: 1800 Mercedes G63 2015: 1500 Mercedes S500 2016: 1600 Mercedes S500 2015: 1300 Mercedes A250: 550 Mercedes GT AMG: 2500 Aed Range Rover Vogue Autobio 2015: 1800 Range Rover vogue black édition: 1600 Range Rover vogue supercharged: 1500 Range Rover sport Autobio: 1600 Range Rober sport Superchaged: 1300 Range Rover SVR 2016: 1700 Porsche Cayenne 2016 turbo: 1700 Porsche Cayenne 2017 GTS: 1500 Porsche Cayenne 2016 S: 1200 Porsche Panamera 2015 GTS: 1500 Porsche 911 2015: 2000 Porsche Boxtser GTS 2015 convertible: 1800 Bmw i8: 2800 BMW 740Li 2016: 1600 BMW M4: 1600 Bmw 435 i convertible: 700 Cars