Discussion in 'Motorized Vehicles' started by CanadianDude, Aug 23, 2011.
You don't have to repeat yourself. Enjoy your car that's from the 1990s.
In Tsande_Hime's defense, it is a good car. I think it'll be a classic some day.
My coworker has one and I'm trying to convince him of that.
Again, I can't stand new cars. Cheap and cheerful. Cars are made like white goods, dishwasher, blender. There's just no soul in cars anymore. Plus I am looking for a sports car...not much left in the field of boring and drab.
When I swap the Q45 V8 + Vortech supercharger we'll see who is having fun.
Altima Coupe with a 3.5 and a 6 speed will probably make you happy. :3
Or a 370z if you don't want a poor mans Infiniti.
Oorrrr, a GT-R if you don't care about money.
An altima coupe 3.5 would not make an enthusiast happy. It is a 2 door FWD family car, not a sports car.
Indeed. I say get a 135i coupe. ...drove one the other day and it was embarrassingly fun.
It's fast, pretty, and has the same suspension as the 370z. And it's actually livable.
Must be one hell of a snob not to like it, especially for the price. If you're really that portentous about your vehicles, though, an Infiniti G35 Coupe is most definitely a good car.
As far as a BMW, I'm not attracted to any of their small cars. They just look out of place. They don't look as tortured anymore, but they still look bad. Not a fan of the interiors either.
BMW's aren't even that reliable when you think about it.. kinda a lot of money to spend on a mid-pack vehicle in terms of reliability. But that's just me.
I'd like to add that if you don't find the Altima Coupe appealing, don't bother looking at any of the Genesis Coupes then.
I am still trying to figure out how you guys started talking about sports cars and BMWs in a thread that started off talking about a Camry. I'll let you know when I finish the mathematical equation.
It was a discussion about the Camry, it was bound to lose its cohesion sooner or later.
Should be called the Toyota Yawnry. It looks marginally better but it still looks like a whale of a car like the previous generation. Numb steering, just adequate performance and handling, marginal interior quality and features. It's an appliance and it will sell.
IMO, Toyota better start getting it's act together, now all the other automakers have seen what Toyota has done to their best selling, entry level mid-size and its not stunning. Just look at what Toyota did to the 2011 Corolla's, they butchered the rear end and make the car look like an older Mazda 6. I don't know WHY in Raptor Jesus's name they changed the Corolla backend for 2011.
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