For crying out loud Harrison, how do you keep such low mileage on that thing. I know Reston is a planned community (lived there for 2 years) but do you actually walk to work?hts said:
Hell, I dunno. I had to run out to the drug store at 11:30pm last night (we ran out of Infant Motrin and my son's fever returned) and had a blast with my 330i. Some times I really LOVE it, and some days it's like, ho-hum, it's just a car.
I've had it for almost a year now and have 6,1xx miles on it. I'm sure I'll keep it until this Fall for sure, when we'll take a good look at the RX-8 and G35 6-speed. Who the heck knows?
One of the worst things I hate about living in a large metropolis is the distance from one side to the other. Just to visit my buddy in Alexandria is nearly 60 miles roundtrip!
And for the record - no, I don't think a new model Infinity will hold it's value like your 330i will. BMW is riding a peak of popularity in the US. Nissan/Infinity are rarely seen on the roads anymore as common as their counterparts, Toyota and Honda.