Just wondering since "The Godzilla" has gone on steroids for 2013
2009 was the first year. I've been looking at used ones. I'd opt for a 2010. The transmission and launch control issues on the 2009s make me nervous.Me....2008, high milage then just add Alpha 12 and full Sheptrans mod. No need for 2013 since you will modify it anyway.
This.For a base price of $98,000, over 100k for some extra features found in my MR, no thanks. GTR is a beast no doubt, but I will take my MR and keep the 60,000 difference.
As much as I love high-performance cars.. 60,000$ for this car is enough for me. I think the highest I would go is 70. Over 100? That is just a stupid investment in my eyes. Could buy a base lancer for 14,000$ and put 80,000$ worth of modding into it and it will spank the GTR.
Regardless, no I will not be buying a RWD vehicle .
Yes sir.. not a Civic but a base lancer with a 10 yr warranty (irrelevant if you mod the car of course). But you're right 20k in any vehicle could pretty much beat any 30k vehicle.why did you buy your evo then? should have bought a 4k civic and dumped 20k in it, and it would have walked all over your evo... (as you can see, it was a useless statement to make)
regardless, the GTR is not RWD for people who can really drive
nope, I din say that .. you buy the apartment building at a 30yr mortgage, use the rent to pay for the GTR.. so 100K out of your pocket, your investment stands and you drive a GTR!LOL. A car being an investment? If you buy a GT-R, don't drive it and keep it for a few decades. Maybe itl appreciate in value (not likely, but maybe).
Well, it *might* spank a GTR - no guarantees though.. Could buy a base lancer for 14,000$ and put 80,000$ worth of modding into it and it will spank the GTR.
What part of Detroit are you buying in? Or do you mean a down payment on an apartment building? Or you talking a south-side duplex?GTRs is a car that you get if you have money to wipe your butt with, 98,000$ is an apartment building. Rent three levels = monthly rent paid off + you have land and an investment in your name.