But that CLS 63 AMG exhaust note is unparallel.
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Feel free to talk about other sports and exotic rides.
Styling wise, I prefer the CLK Black. The C-class coupe looks like an Accord.
Yeah, TSM is amazing.
I'm not a big fan of the Panamera though.
You got me there with the CLK haha. I guess MB designs their cars after Honda.
He does have another show. It's "Tuned" on www.youtube.com/drive. His 2nd season starts July 9th.
On the other hand, this is why the V6 Accord coupe (manual) is on my short list when I get out of school. They are fast, and undeniably classy beyond their cost.
I have to keep my dreams somewhat realistic , I've driven a couple of the new accords (work at a Toyota/Lexus dealership, but we get used Hondas quite a bit), and they seem quite nice enough inside for me to be happy with them. I don't really want for exotic wood or carbon fiber, just a well designed, ergonomic, and comfortable interior that's well styled. And yeah, they run forever, and should be ~10k used by the time I can afford another car.
the 2.0T Genesis is nice, but that small of a car as a daily driver is unrealistic. And if I was going for a pure sports car, I'd go with the new Scion FRS, I greatly prefer its handling/balance (and the Subaru boxer engine purrs so sweetly). No holds barred, I'd take a Lexus IS-F, which has an incredibly aggressive stance, and the sexiest quad exhaust in production. It's like a bodyguard in an Armani tux with an m4 in his hand. Refined, but still clearly capable of sudden, violent movements.
A few years ago I worked at a high end body shop. Every car that we worked on we were required to take it out for a test drive after we repaired it. The road that we used was a mile of interstate. I had a SL65 AMG that I needed to check for wind noise. That car was so nice and fast. Man was it fast. That car was a rocket. I love Porsche, but if I had $200k I think that would be my car.