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Massive G

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I should probably include more details budget of 65,000
At least 6 cylinders too. Perhaps a sedan, would love a truck but man with gas up up up....going to have to roll something smaller.
 
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CameronAlsop

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To be honest, I would not buy a new car no matter what.
 
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Dodge Challenger scat pack or BMW X3 M40i

 
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Iron1

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To be honest, I would not buy a new car no matter what.

Im with you on this but I think it's a matter of budget.
A new car on $36k/year income doesn't make much sense but if you're pulling in good money and your finances are otherwise in order, it's not going to affect much.

I myself compare how much I owe on my house to the cost of a new vehicle and would rather personally put forward the money into the house.
 
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Massive G

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I ended up buying a 2023 stinger gt2.
Paid full price had no choice but happy with my choice. I had a bunch of cash to play with since my totaled car was almost new.
 
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CameronAlsop

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To be honest, I would not buy a new car no matter what.
I believe that money is too important to waste on new cars. I better purchase a used car in the same technical condition as a new car. I bought a Mazda Rx7 recently from jdmbuysell. And I am really happy with my purchase. The car is super durable, the engine parts are cheap, and the best is that I have saved 15.000$ just by purchasing a used car instead of a new one. I hope my message will make you guys reconsider your opinion on purchasing new cars directly from a dealership.
 
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It sounded like you really liked that car.
Congrats! Now take some
Defensive driving courses and try to keep this one out of the salvage yard :)
 
Lizard King

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I ended up buying a 2023 stinger gt2.
Paid full price had no choice but happy with my choice. I had a bunch of cash to play with since my totaled car was almost new.
Did that come with some lube so your big ass can get in there??
 
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I ended up buying a 2023 stinger gt2.
Paid full price had no choice but happy with my choice. I had a bunch of cash to play with since my totaled car was almost new.

I was looking at those cars myself. How do you like it? Decent power?


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MR. BMJ

MR. BMJ

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Dodge just announced they are going all electric for their cars in 2023/2024, that includes the Chargers and Challengers, which will not be out for awhile....they have the "Banshee" and other names.




Go Biden!
 
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txabertheory

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Challenger for me isa perfect choice for this price.
 
JackD

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I’ve have had Mercedes and Audi before and I’d go back to Mercedes in a heart beat. Now because of work I drive either a Nissan and Mazda. I still don’t know how the hell a battery car is going to work for people that live on the road driving.
 
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