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- Cadillac CTS 4
You received 100 Likes. When you're liked this much, you'll be an MVP in no time!February 5
You received 25 LOLs. You're posting some good content. Great!December 2014
Graphic Guy, you mention that you were able to help a friend buy a Honda recently at a very substantial discount. I also reside in SW OHIO, near Dayton. Do you mind telling me where you were able to get the deal on the Honda and how you determined your pricing? I see a lot of comments on the "deals" people get but no explanation as to how they got to those numbers. I am trying to determine how much incentive money the factory is giving the dealers to sell cars. I see comments about flex cash but no explanation as to how much they have to spend. Thanks John in Dayton0 ·February 2014
mark....don't get me wrong. I love the S4. It's just been very troublesome. Don't know where this is going to lead. But, we'll see. Thanks for your input.0 ·December 2013
At $55,000 (net), you can easily get into a well-optioned S4 Premium Plus. Clearly I don't know what would impress you -- and if this Audi doesn't do it for you, you can load up a IS 350 F-Sport and at full MSRP be @ less than $51,000. Of course of the two noted above, the S4 is the real performer with its sweet supercharged V6.
The torque steer is something to overcome in the Volvo S60 T6 (Type R) but it is tough to get this car OVER $50,000. It may not do it for you due to the obvious FWD bias, but it is worth a test-drive if you're in the market at this dollar amount.
So, while $55K won't get you into the SUPERCAR realm, you do have a number of choices that will stay under your price cap.
It's a great time to be in the market (the $50K market) if you ax' me.
DILYL0 ·December 2013