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They key to surviving in and making most out of Dubai is ,SETTING YOUR EXPECTATIONS RIGHT! Now what does that mean? Let me explain. Dubai indeed is like no other city in the world. I have lived there for 3 years and I am now living in Montreal. My colleagues are now spread out all over the globe in Australia, Switzerland, Cyprus and S’pore. On our group chats, each one of us talks about the life in Dubai at least once every week. Whilst at the same time, internet posts are flooded with people talking ill of the country, people who are facing legal actions against them or are behind bars, people without passports etc. etc. etc. So why is that people have such extreme views about Dubai? I will try to explain them. 1.Law: ,UAE follows very strict laws and are mostly based on Sharia. What does that mean for you is that if you break these laws, you’ll be tried and most often than not, you will be charged guilty. Now you must be thinking ,I am no criminal so I have nothing to be scared about,. Hold on my friend. There are activities which we cant even consider crime in developed countries, but they are criminal offences in Dubai. For e.g. criticizing the Government, rulers or their families or complaining about Emirates/KSA in general, watching porn, living-in without getting married, bouncing of a cheque (even when it might be because of a wrong signature etc.), abusing an Emirati local etc. etc.. The most absurd is when a women who’s unfortunately been raped, is accused and punished for adultery. Even for business cases, trials are usually held in Sharia courts. So how to survive? Simply abide by the laws. There are work around for most of the laws. UAE Police are not raiding homes to see who is watching porn or for unmarried couples living in. But you need to be careful. Try not to attract attention towards yourself. If you’re living in then don’t brag about it, watch porn but you really do not need to share it (good to be selfish at times). Keeping alcohol at home with no license or you happen to be a muslim (in which case you cannot legally buy alcohol), then try and live in western neighborhoods, dont annoy your neighbors etc etc. Simply ensure no one reports about you to the cops, in which case the poor souls will need to visit you and if find you with any of the above, they will be forced to take an action and you’re screwed. Try and ask why you’re in Dubai and the answer is mostly to earn money. Dubai is not giving you a PR or citizenship and nor are they asking you to pay tax. they are letting you earn more in an year than you can in your own country over say 2–3 years. In return, t,hey simply want you to enjoy the good times, turn a blind eye to human rights violations or other first world problems. ,Personally, I have done quite a few of the above and know many others who are doing it too. But as i mentioned respect the law and be smart,. 2. Stay away from Debt:, Dubai is like a wonderland. The economy is a consumption driven economy and as such it tries every possible trick in the book to induce consumer spending. From big sales to offers to the latest products (electronics, home goods, apparel, cars etc.). But the biggest evil of all is CREDIT CARD. Dubai banks are more than liberal when it come to offering credit and can allow credit limits of 2–3 times your pay. And mind you Dubai’s wealth is first generation wealth. Most of the Emiratis have seen money/opulence for the first time in their lives. From living as bedouins in the desert to living in villas on man-made islands and world’s tallest building. And if you have read articles comparing new rich from inherited wealth rich, you know the new rich love to show-off. They want to tell the world that ,we have arrived. Now add to this many of the western expats, who trust me have quite an unfair advantage in the job market because of their skin color/passport and generally get better jobs with higher pay when compared to any Asian/ South Asian who might be more qualified or experienced than him/her. And i am totally cool with that. But where things getting ugly is when many of those western expats who might actually be minimum wage earners or maybe doing routine jobs in cafes, grocery, security etc. in their home countries are given managerial and director roles and yes a lot of tax-free money (this however is changing slowly). And among this group there are some who appreciate this opportunity and strive to save as much as possible to be able to have their own home in their home countries, pay-off their debt etc. putting this to good use. However, there is another lot who knowing this is a short sweet ride, like the new rich go out and spend it all. So why the long above background? Thing is you will find a lot of youngsters in Dubai in fancy cars (special edition mercs, convertibles, mustangs , Porsche), wearing expensive brands, chilling at the best bars/cafes, carrying the latest phones/gadgets etc. Now, this might lead to peer pressure to match it all. Esp. when you see other young expats living the high life. But in reality they are mostly living paychek-paycheck. Their credit cards are usually maxxed out and oh yes they have multiple cards. usually have no savings and are riding till the tide lasts. the Emiratis are usually better off as they are all citizens and the govt usually takes care of them - housing, schooling, utilities, foreing education, healthcare everything is free. Plus anyone doing business in the mainland need to be a 51%-49% partnership with a local (in their favour). So its very important you know why you came to Dubai. If you came to just have the best few years of your life then by all means spend as much you can but take ,no DEBT,. However, if its to secure a good future, then live in your means. No need to live in Marina or Downtown. Check out other areas. You dont have to drive the latest BMW/Merc but a honda or toyota is more than apt and has great resale value. So being debt-free in Dubai is essential for surviving, Mind you, Dubai hires and fires and is an employer friendly country where you can be fired any fine day without a reason (unless you’re an Emirati). Also you get to stay only for one month in Dubai to get a job. So having a debt can be a risky proposition. ,AVOID CREDIT CARD DEBT AT ALL COSTS. 3. Common sense:, Yes common sense is not that common. As mentioned earlier, Dubai’s rise has been meteoric and their policies are still evolving. They are still to a large extent racist ( mind you this racism is usually more corporate than in daily life situations). Also, as pointed earlier, there is a white supremacy here esp Brits. Now, Dubai is also fairly easy to immigrate to and hence a lot of people from SE Asia and the subcontinent flock to Dubai in hopes of touching gold. But that is far from the truth. Dubai surely has first-world infrastructure and amenities but it lacks in the key quality which makes Europe, Canada etc. countries ‘first world’ - Human rights, equality, freedom of speech and social security. Snd upo many a times these poor souls believe the recruitment agents and take up a job and e having to give their passports, salaries are not paid etc etc. And if someone is strong enough to got to labor courts, in 10/10 of cases the employer would win. So before you take up a job, ensure its for a MNCs as they usually have global HR policies etc. or with reputed companies. Do a background search and see if they are genuine. If anyone asks you to pay for your visa fees, wishes to keep your passports then just run away. And also please remember, Dubai is no fool. Its not they are going to offer you free stupid money unless you happen to be British. it surely would be more than your home country, but anything too good be true is not really possible. Esp for corporate jobs like Big4s, MNC banks etc. They do a premium to be in Dubai but the advantage is mostly saving in tax and a higher designation. There are a lot of scams in Dubai from recruitment, to ponzi schemes to housing etc. ,PLEASE APPLY YOUR COMMON SENSE A bad job, not controlling spending and taking on severe debt and breaking laws are key pitfalls for UAE residents. I have personally seen many people get entangled in these vicious circles - my friends and family and mind you they were all smart educated people. But again FIRST GENERATION WEALTH can be blinding. And personally I am also to fault. I had all the opportunity to save a lot of money as well, but i ended up blowing most of it on fancy cars, five star dinners and stay-cations, big ass TVs and crazy crazy parties. But then again that was my plan from the start. I didn't go to Dubai to save but just to live life large and i did that. However, I have now matured and especially living in Montreal has shown that happiness and being content is more than how many gadgets/cars you own. I am no more attracted to latest phones and i balk at buying a $1000 phone now while in Dubai i wouldn't hink twice about it. Do I miss Duabi and intend on going back? Yes of course. The life (materialistic) that a good white collar employee can live in Dubai cannot be dreamt of in western countries (comparing same position in the same company in the same role). But for me this time around, things are gonna be different. I might be content with a Honda Accord or a 5 year old 5-series than leasing out a convertible M4. Expensive dinners and brunches will be reserved for special occasions. And most importantly, I will try and spend as much as I can towards travelling than towards useless goods. Thats my only regret from my previous visit. I did not travel much. And trust me with the money white collars make in Dubai, the world’s your oyster. Europe feels super cheap to travel and live in. Note: I have mentioned mostly from an employee point of view as thats what people usually go there for. Business have their own challenges and its for a different post altogether.
Tough question. Innovative is in the eye of the beholder. I’ll take a stab. In the telecom bubble, Net2000 (founded by a friend) did very well. The BMW M4 (I think that’s the one—their relatively inexpensive roadster) was new and had the aura of being far more expensive. Top telecom sales reps were in demand. Net2000 put out billboards and ads with that car on them, and they awarded them to reps who made quota as long as they were making quota. In the DC area at the time those cars became synonymous with the company. Great halo branding. Salespeople would run through walls to keep their cars. Even though the lease cost was a pittance in the scope of commissions to be made. Loss aversion is strong—more so with personal hedonic items. The cost to the company was a nit. Thanks for asking. It’s a great thought-provoking question. It spurs me to get reconnect with their CEO. And I’m going to add it my blog post this week which was already discussing Prospect Theory—it’s the basis for the strength of this incentive. Rule the Robots – Medium
All nothing but trouble as others have mentioned. These cars are only sold after years of abuse and obvious major issues arise! Stay away! Lease a new one!
The answer is very simple. ,Lexus is not as refined as BMW, Mercedes or Audi., The quality and refinement in many areas is just not there. To put it simply, Lexus is not in the same league as Germans. Lexus is a very successful brand and makes reliable cars that can satisfy a lot of consumers. But, reliability and longevity do not equal quality or fine engineering which German cars are known and loved for. (1) Interior. If you look at interiors of various Lexus models and try to compare them to their German competition, the quality and type of materials, fit and finish, even ergonomics do not match German premium brands. Poor choices of materials, low-grade/cheap plastic in many areas, questionable cabin build quality. If you don’t agree with me, just go to any local dealership and see yourself. Touch all materials, buttons, various controls, compare to Germans and then form your own opinion. Have you checked out Mercedes or Audi interiors? I encourage you to go and sit in late-generation Audi A4/A6, Mercedes C/E/GLC, and then compare to Lexus models. In many cases the quality/refinement gap is very big. Mercedes E > GS, Audi A4 > IS, Mercedes S > LS. (2) Technology. Let’s take, for example, infotainment systems. Go and play with Mercedes COMMAND, Audi MMI, BMW iDrive, and Lexus Enform. Look at media interfaces, intuitiveness, user-friendliness, fonts, etc. I think Lexus Infotainment System is getting better with each new generation, but again, it’s simply not on par with German systems. (3) Performance and Driving Impressions. Lexus cars have always been boring to drive. Period. In my opinion, Lexus cars lack soul. In terms of performance (acceleration, steering, suspension) and driving feel, Lexus cars have always been behind Germans. Lexus has never cared. Lexus had never made performance a priority until 5–8 years ago when they created an F brand and started playing with such models as IS-F, GS-F, and LFA. Sadly, but in almost all cases they’ve just played catch-up with Germans and are behind the competition. M3 E90/C63 W204 > IS-F, M4 F82 > RC-F, etc. Most Lexus models ride smoothly, they are very quiet, and of course, they are super reliable. And, if these are all your requirements towards a premium luxury car, you can ignore my post. But, if you care about how the car actually drives and feels on the road, how it steers, how the engine and transmission perform, if you care about the quality of materials used in the interior, if you care about smaller details, it’s very easy to notice that Lexus lacks refinement in many areas. I never forget the fact that the 2014 GS350 had interior door handles made of silver plastic imitating metal/aluminum at the time when all competitors had beautiful solid metal handles. Same thing may apply to interior trim materials. When almost all competitors use metal or solid wood in their interior trims, Lexus still experiments with plastic and its variations in a premium car segment. Are you kidding me? Engines. When all premium car manufacturers turbocharge and supercharge their engines across the board, Lexus still powers their cars with outdated NA engines and begemoth-slow transmissions. I think only last year they introduced their 2.0t engine to properly compete with Germans. I may go on and go on. Another thing that I think many people don't understand is what a premium luxury car should be. My advice is not to be afraid to try other cars in the same class. Touch them, feel them, most importantly drive them, and then make informed decisions. In 98% of all cases when you start talking about Lexus, people repeat the words ‘reliability’ and ‘longevity’ 157 times. But, does it really matter if you purchase/lease a new car with a 5-year/50,000 mile warranty? All modern cars are way more reliable than the cars from 10–15 years ago. Plus, consumers tend to replace cars every 3–5 years now. Needless to say, this lack of refinement doesn’t stop Lexus from being one of the most successful premium brands in the world. So, I guess the strategy has been right over the years from the business perspective. Conclusion: Lexus makes good cars and I totally understand why many people love the brand and purchase Lexus cars. However, it is unfair to state that Lexus is superior, feels more luxurious, better-engineered and/or more technologically advanced than Audi, BMW and/or Mercedes. It’s simply not true.
The sedans work on a 1–8 lineup the middle number represents the engine (the bigger the better) Some of the modern engines are represented as 3(30)I - this is a turbocharged 4 cylinder 3(40)I turbo inline 6 5(50)I (turbo v8 So let’s say that’s you have a 135i you have a bmw 1 series with a turbocharged inline 6 M cars are a bit different the m cars are the top of the lineup performance division A subdivision of M cars are the M competition cars such as the m5 competition m4 competition and so on. These are some their most performance oriented cars another subdivision is the GTS which we have only seen on the f82 M4 and the e90 m3 this is their most track oriented m car subdivision The 1 series and 2 series are coupes and small wagons the 3 series is the one you see most often it’s the mid size sedan and wagon 4 series are coupes similar in size with the 3 series 5 series is a large sedan 6 series is a coupe but the size of the 5 series 7 series is their flagship sedan featuring their most advanced features and at the top of the 7 series lineup there is the m760li featuring the largest engine bmw there is to offer, a 6.0 liter V12 8 series is their flagship coupe. Featuring a very luxurious interior and at the top of the lineup there is the M8 competition, the most powerful engine bmw has ever put in a road car, a twin turbocharged V8 producing 617 horsepower Then there is their SUV lineup which is similar to their sedans smallest to largest and then it follows the same guidelines as far as engines and performance goes. their lineup goes as follows X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 the X4 and X6 are both coupe like SUVs similar the 4 series coupes and 6 series coupes The X7 is The largest suv they have to offer and it is similarly equipped to a 7 series BMW is now fully expanding their M segment to include SUVs now so there are cars such as the X3 m competition which is a very quick SUV with very precise handling especially for an SUV. if you’re just getting into bmws I suggest leasing one because If you don’t love and appreciate the car for what it is, it can be hard to dish out money for expensive repairs which can happen, especially on M cars.
It depend on which class you are going for, and what you are looking for in a car. The gap between BMW and MB have closed significantly since 2010, and today it’s much more about personal preference than a significant gap in performance. I would still lean towards BMW for the sub full sized version (M2/M3/M4). At full sized I would go with the M5 with a very VERY narrow margin, but if you go bigger then you no longer have a performance car, and instead of moving into a fast luxury car and here I think MB have the edge (but the crossing point is really at M5 vs E63s). Both cost about the same, BMW tend to have a bit more tech while MB tend to look a bit more luxurious. Power is pretty much on par now, and all over performance BMW barely edges out the MB. If you are in the full size +, then just sit in the cars and take the one you feel most comfortable in, no real need to drive them side-by-side, both capable cars (but heavy/large). For the smaller ones I would go with one with next to no additional optionals, as they are intended for driving, not relaxing (even consider ditching stereo upgrade). For the M5/E63s go all in with options - this is what those cares are meant to be … all-in car (on good and bad). In either car you might want to go for a lease (BMW tend to come out a bit better due to reliability - but this also changes model to model). After 3–5 years BMW might end up costing you a bit more, if you are a heavy user, due to wear and tear parts, but again not significant (but way more than your grand fathers Ford).
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This depends on what kind of transport you prefer and the size of your family. The 5 series is a sedan with 4 to 5 people to ride in, the M4 is a typical coupe with can be described as 2 puls 2 seater. You do not want to ride for a long time in the back row. For a track day the M4 will be more fun.
Lease a more manageable high-perf vehicle you can afford right now, such as a BMW M4, M5 or M6 ,with a manual transmission , (hard to find but still possible even in the U.S.) If you stick to maintenance schedule and change the oil every 7K miles instead of 12k, a new BMW will go through your 3-year lease with no trouble whatsoever. The only caveats are the monthly payments and gasoline, but if you can afford it with your 100K salary right now - it's worth every penny even if you have to feed on bread and water. Here's why: 1. You'll learn driving a near super-car with a manual transmission. 'Near' means it's got practical usability: unlike Lamborghini, a BMW can actually take you to work. With DSC and other safety features disabled this car still behaves, if compared to a Lambo, yet it can make you piss your pants. The experience isn't for everyone, but you'll probably enjoy it, and if you do you'll have a chance of not killing yourself when you finally get your Lambo. 2. Don't listen to dorks who tell you be prudent, save money for a mortgage downpayment, put it in the bank, pension plan blah blah or try to get rich first. That is all too boring. Taking off with a beautiful girl on a roaring sports car isn't - it is actually the most important and exciting act of a 22-year old. I know for a fact: I owned a Mitsubishi 3000GT Twin-Turbo when I was 24 and what bothered me more than anything else was the fact I didn't have that car 2 years earlier. 3. The prettier the girl the funier she feels when you hit the throttle. Some experience an orgasm and most become aroused. She will not want your money after the ride -- she will want the cool dude at the wheel who almost made her come. Chicks saying pretty girls just want your money if you drive a super-cool sports car are most likely dudes with other sports cars who don't want your competition. 4. As it's been correctly noted, you will need more money than a 100K salary and what a normal programmer's career provides in order to afford a Lambo. While there is some probability one of your satisfied girlfriends would buy it for you, I would aim at making (or stealing, depending on your character) the money. Either way, it requires brains - and as we older smart men know there's nothing more stimulating for a male's thought process than relaxing next to a beautiful young woman. So, the sooner you get your first sports car, the earlier regular relaxation events would begin occurring, and the smarter and wealthier you will become as a result. The rise in your income should far outpace fixed lease payments and gas expense. If you manage your girlfriends well, i.e., avoid those who interfere with the thought process, I bet you would qualify as a Lambo owner by the end of your first BMW lease. Or you might stick with Bimmers and keep the change. Awesome cars, I just got my new M4 today. With a stick.
SUVs are the most popular automotive segment at the moment. Thus manufacturers are rushing to produce as many as they can, the most cost efficient way to meet all the demand. With low interest lease options and constant innovations in that market segment, SUVs are very quickly discarded as soon as the latest ones are out. Since more and more people are not owning but only leasing these popular vehicles, they cannot retain their value as well as speciality and low production models within BMW’s and Mercedes’s lineup. Even then most all cars depreciate a considerable chuck unless you are buying a BMW M4 GTS or a Mercedes Black Edition.
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