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Old 06-01-2005, 07:18 PM
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Originally Posted by robey1
looks like the zephyr will have more interior amenities and space for less $. probably won't have the handling but who races their 325 anyway.
Even just driving normally, I love the feel of my BMW far better than anything else I've ever driven. You want room, power, amenities, quality, and less $ without carrying about handling? Go buy an Accord V-6 and leave us alone. NEXT!
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Old 06-01-2005, 07:35 PM
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If I were in the market for a FWD car, there are so many other cars that I'd consider first-- like an Acura TL for example. I just don't see what's special about it-- other than the cheap price that you'll inevitably pay w/ all the big incentives. If Lincoln made a RWD sedan w/ stick that was evocative of classic 60s American sedans, maybe I'd pay attention.

So, if you're considering this car I wonder why you're even thinking of a 325. What about a TL, an ES300, a mazda 6-- the list of possible Japanese sedans goes on and on.
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Old 06-01-2005, 07:54 PM
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Buy a Mazda 6 right now?

Personally I'll be waiting for my BMW (330 tho)
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Bleh, I saw this car as a concept back at the 2002 Atlanta Auto Show. I think it was called the Navicross at the time. The concept had suicide doors though. I'm definitely not a fan of the design. With a V6, Front Wheel Drive and backed by a company whose just been downgraded to Junk credit status, I think I'll stick with some good ole Munich muscle.
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