Actions speak louder than words. Indeed.
Originally Posted by boltjaM3s
An M3 is a midlife-poseurs car.
An Audi isn't a luxury car.
There is no "Sports Sedan". They're all Family Sedan's.
A Station Wagon can never be a "Sports" anything.
The average 3 Series is owned by a 47 year old woman. For every 22 year old male, there's a 70 year old woman too
An ///M Sport is a real M car sanctioned by BMW themselves.
My wife and I average $850,000 a year combined.
Leasing is smarter than owning, costs more in the long run.
You drive a BMW for the status. Deny it publicly all you want, but you know it's the truth.
Mr. & Mrs. Camry hate you and your BMW no matter how much of a "regular guy" you try to come across as.
BMW spent millions over several decades to create the perception of yuppie status. Don't fight it; embrace it.
There are no "performance enthusiasts". That's a savvy myth designed to make you feel less stupid for overpaying for an underfeatured car.
It doesn't matter that BMW's are taxi's in Germany. They're expensive luxury cars here where it counts.
Driving a diesel screams "I am poor" and covers the infant in the back seat in soot.
You drive an old used car bought with Bar Mitzvah money. You're not one of us.
300 HP engines mean nothing in a country with 65 MPH speed zones.
Dusting a minivan mom in a school zone doesn't make you cool.
Driving fast defeats the purpose of a BMW which gets it's kills standing perfectly still.
2011 Range Rover Sport HSE with Fuji White and Ocean leather.
2011 E350 4MATIC with Calcite White and Chestnut Brown leather.
2013 650i xDrive cabriolet with Alpine White and Vermillion Red leather coming soon...
2011 328i Cabriolet with Alpine White with Coral Red leather
2007 ES350 with Tungsten Pearl with black leather