Thread: 135 vs EVO
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Old 05-04-2008, 10:32 PM
gmund1948 gmund1948 is offline
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Ok you really are out there

I see why trolling has become a habit


I am an American, I live in Germany, they are not my government

Let me say something to you YOU CAN HELP LIVING IN THE US - MOVE !

Daimler (MB)
BMW
Porsche
VW ( sub brands owned Audi, Seat, Skoda)
Chrysler

Are all companies owned by Germans all but the last are headquartered here.
They are a large part of the Worldwide car market.


Now since you didn't include your Vin, I take it you do not want to prove your story


Troll-
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll_(Internet)

More appropriate - Troll Slang-a person who lives or sleeps in a park or under a viaduct or bridge, as a bag lady or derelict



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Originally Posted by Needagarage View Post
It is not my fault that i live in the largest capitalist automobile market in the world and manufacturers are beating down my door trying to sell cars. It only makes sense to compare cars in the same country. I have no idea what types of taxes your socialist government puts on vehicles or what restrictions they place on fuel type/displacement/weight etc. What is the price in euros of the C6 vette in Europe vs the M3? That would be a better comparision as they are both being sold in the same country. Comparing country to country is impossible as pricing has to do with volume, dealer networks, marketting, etc. Even in Canada it is much more expensive to buy a car than in the United States and they are very close. For years Canadians have been buying cars in the US and then registering them in Canada.

As the biggest market in the world the US can command the best prices. It is just wal- mart on a national scale. Germany can't compete as a market globally vs the US.
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