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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 184,684
    qbrozen said:

    Hmmm... I could go with a few things, but I’ll say a CT ad for a car in FL.
    Picture from United Kingdom website

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  • stickguystickguy Posts: 41,379

    stickguy said:

    stickguy said:

    Today’s link from the kid was to a nice estoril over oyster M340i. Sharp looking. But $64k. Ouch.

    Though he’s seriously considering the X3 version instead. More practical as an only car now that he has a house and lots of projects, and ends up being about the same price.

    It isn't Estoril; its Portimao...
    I'll take your word on this one. He said Estoril and it looked like it to me. Dealer just has it listed as "blue" and no shot of the window sticker.

    this is the car.

    https://bmw.keeler.com/new/BMW/2021-BMW-M340i-latham-ny-acbe70810a0e09af6528f5f3bb124990.htm#
    It's definitely Portimao; and your son can save at least $12k and buy this fully equipped CPO 2020- without the xDrive buzzkill: M340i
    I like that one (other than the black interior). But he isn't getting RWD as his only car since he lives up in snow country and does spend time up in the hills.

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  • stickguystickguy Posts: 41,379

    stickguy said:

    stickguy said:

    Today’s link from the kid was to a nice estoril over oyster M340i. Sharp looking. But $64k. Ouch.

    Though he’s seriously considering the X3 version instead. More practical as an only car now that he has a house and lots of projects, and ends up being about the same price.

    It isn't Estoril; its Portimao...
    I'll take your word on this one. He said Estoril and it looked like it to me. Dealer just has it listed as "blue" and no shot of the window sticker.

    this is the car.

    https://bmw.keeler.com/new/BMW/2021-BMW-M340i-latham-ny-acbe70810a0e09af6528f5f3bb124990.htm#
    LOL 2 of my ex-bosses work there. A bunch of our drivers work as drivers over there as well. If your kid wants touch-less service they’ll sent a guy over in the courtesy car to pick up his.

    We once picked up 40 x3s at that dealer. Seems BMW is cheap and didn’t put enough gas in them to make it the 3 miles to our lot.
    I'll let him know. But he lives close enough to the dealer that I doubt it matters. Actually a big reason he might not get another Genesis is how far away the dealer is. Not an issue with BMW.

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  • stickguystickguy Posts: 41,379
    Michaell said:

    breld said:

    With my daily browsing of M2/M240i inventory, this M2 seems like a decent deal. Low miles, nice Long Beach Blue color, manual, and clean carfax.

    Then you scroll through the pictures....wait for it.

    https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/835417235/overview/

    You had to make me look at the pictures. Now I can’t I see it.

    Who spends $60k on a new car, then do that to it?
    use it as negotiating tool. Just need to save enough to have it taken off and the trunk lid repaired and have some $ left over.

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  • stickguystickguy Posts: 41,379
    got an Email today from the local BMW dealer (close to TJC) inviting me to the M4 release party in a couple of weeks. I don't think I will be going down on a Tuesday night. But nice to be invited!

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 179,799
    stickguy said:

    got an Email today from the local BMW dealer (close to TJC) inviting me to the M4 release party in a couple of weeks. I don't think I will be going down on a Tuesday night. But nice to be invited!

    Probably not enough room in the showroom for the invitees and that grille!

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  • xwesxxwesx Fairbanks, AlaskaPosts: 14,678

    stickguy said:

    got an Email today from the local BMW dealer (close to TJC) inviting me to the M4 release party in a couple of weeks. I don't think I will be going down on a Tuesday night. But nice to be invited!

    On FB one of the salesmen at my BMW dealer posted a picture of a new M4 that just arrived. One guy commented that he really liked it. I replied with a link to Lenscrafters.
    Stone-cold killer. LOL
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  • breldbreld Posts: 5,687
    Not cheap, but this was a good buy, even with the commission.

    https://carsandbids.com/auctions/3BDJ5QQ4/2019-bmw-m2-competition

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  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 28,977
    kyfdx said:

    qbrozen said:

    Hmmm... I could go with a few things, but I’ll say a CT ad for a car in FL.
    Picture from United Kingdom website
    Ah. I saw the euro plate but not unusual to run around with such a front plate. Didn’t Read the logo on pic. I’m surprised they went through the trouble of finding 2 pics of a matched car (silver over tan C70 with same wheels). Of course, the euro car has clear corner lamps, but I can’t see enough in the FL pic to confirm if that does.

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  • oldfarmer50oldfarmer50 Posts: 17,615
    kyfdx said:

    qbrozen said:

    Hmmm... I could go with a few things, but I’ll say a CT ad for a car in FL.
    Picture from United Kingdom website
    Bingo! Being left hand drive in one picture and right hand drive in the other was what stuck me as odd.

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  • oldfarmer50oldfarmer50 Posts: 17,615
    breld said:

    Not cheap, but this was a good buy, even with the commission.

    https://carsandbids.com/auctions/3BDJ5QQ4/2019-bmw-m2-competition

    I couldn’t afford $50k for that no matter how beautiful but I wonder if I could afford the detailer he hired to make it look so good.

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  • roadburnerroadburner Posts: 14,470
    breld said:

    Not cheap, but this was a good buy, even with the commission.

    https://carsandbids.com/auctions/3BDJ5QQ4/2019-bmw-m2-competition

    At that price I'd even take the DCT without complaint.

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  • ventureventure Central PAPosts: 2,033
    nyccarguy said:

    I'd like to report a punch on behalf of a member. Our friend @tbirdmarco AKA @marcogallo1986 leased a car for his Mother. He hasn't been able to get back on the forums in some time. We text every so often. A few weeks ago he texted me that he was looking for a small SUV for his Mom. She was set on another "base model rogue, but wasn't happy with the lease payments that were quoted over the phone."

    I mentioned a few small SUVs that have strong programs right now. They looked at a CX5. I suggested a CRV or even a RAV4. I pointed him in the direction of 2 brokers. One from LH and another from Facebook (I used to work with one of the company's principle's). Marco ended up making his own deal on a 2021 Hyundai Kona SEL AWD in Black. I think he did everything over email and the sales department was easy to work with. He said the finance woman was pushy, but he stood his ground and didn't buy any of the "mop n glow." He said once he settled on the car he wanted for his Mom, he was able to beat the brokers' numbers. He's going to send a pic tomorrow or Monday when it stops raining.

    Good for Marco.

    Speaking of a punch. Was it divulged how many last year? I missed it if it was.

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  • corvettecorvette United StatesPosts: 8,316
    48 for 2020.

    That's great news, I hope @tbirdmarco 's mom enjoys the Kona!
  • breldbreld Posts: 5,687
    Decided to run down to Colorado Springs (just like 45 miles away) this morning to check this out.



    2019 M2 Comp, 22k miles, DCT.

    Same miles as the 2018 I’m considering, so a bit high for the year, but it does have 2 years of warranty left.

    Listed at $54k. They seemed happy to match or do a bit better than other offers on the Supra, and say there’s room on the M2 price.

    Bottom line that I need to think about...if it’s a swap for the 2018, is $6-7k out of pocket for a Comp worth it. And is it actually a better deal?

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  • roadburnerroadburner Posts: 14,470
    If I already had the Supra I'd wait for a manual, but that's just me.

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  • ventureventure Central PAPosts: 2,033
    corvette said:

    48 for 2020.

    That's great news, I hope @tbirdmarco 's mom enjoys the Kona!

    Thanks.

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  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 28,977
    breld said:

    Decided to run down to Colorado Springs (just like 45 miles away) this morning to check this out.



    2019 M2 Comp, 22k miles, DCT.

    Same miles as the 2018 I’m considering, so a bit high for the year, but it does have 2 years of warranty left.

    Listed at $54k. They seemed happy to match or do a bit better than other offers on the Supra, and say there’s room on the M2 price.

    Bottom line that I need to think about...if it’s a swap for the 2018, is $6-7k out of pocket for a Comp worth it. And is it actually a better deal?

    Yeah, see, now ya lost me. Your excuse was to get a manual, but now it seems you forgot that one and are just focused on any M2. Why?

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  • tifightertifighter WAPosts: 2,768

    Better hurry up and decide before that 4 Series behind gets hungry.

    Yeah, just needs the Jaws music-

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  • nyccarguynyccarguy Stamford, CTPosts: 14,592
    qbrozen said:

    breld said:

    Decided to run down to Colorado Springs (just like 45 miles away) this morning to check this out.



    2019 M2 Comp, 22k miles, DCT.

    Same miles as the 2018 I’m considering, so a bit high for the year, but it does have 2 years of warranty left.

    Listed at $54k. They seemed happy to match or do a bit better than other offers on the Supra, and say there’s room on the M2 price.

    Bottom line that I need to think about...if it’s a swap for the 2018, is $6-7k out of pocket for a Comp worth it. And is it actually a better deal?

    Yeah, see, now ya lost me. Your excuse was to get a manual, but now it seems you forgot that one and are just focused on any M2. Why?
    Why not?

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  • breldbreld Posts: 5,687
    qbrozen said:

    breld said:

    Decided to run down to Colorado Springs (just like 45 miles away) this morning to check this out.



    2019 M2 Comp, 22k miles, DCT.

    Same miles as the 2018 I’m considering, so a bit high for the year, but it does have 2 years of warranty left.

    Listed at $54k. They seemed happy to match or do a bit better than other offers on the Supra, and say there’s room on the M2 price.

    Bottom line that I need to think about...if it’s a swap for the 2018, is $6-7k out of pocket for a Comp worth it. And is it actually a better deal?

    Yeah, see, now ya lost me. Your excuse was to get a manual, but now it seems you forgot that one and are just focused on any M2. Why?
    Like you pointed out earlier, a big part of the fun is the hunt. But yeah, that’s how it’s going...hmm, I think I’d like to get back into a manual...the M2 would make a lot of sense...dang, those M2 Comps are nice...hmm, I think I’d be just fine with the DCT if I get a Comp...

    And then I’m kinda back where I started with the Supra. :D

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  • tjc78tjc78 South JerseyPosts: 11,869
    If you want a change ... you want a change, but if it were me I’d stick with the Supra. Not as common and you seem to like it.

    You’d see 10 similar BMWs before seeing a Supra.

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  • pensfan83pensfan83 PennsylvaniaPosts: 2,184
    edited February 27
    3 and 5 series are ubiquitous around here but I rarely see a plain Jane 2 series let alone an M2 or M2C.
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  • roadburnerroadburner Posts: 14,470
    It's basically Ford and Toyota country around here- Fusions, F150s, Camrys, and all manner of their CUVs. Most BMWs are 3ers and 5ers. I rarely see more than a couple of 2 Series per month.

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  • xwesxxwesx Fairbanks, AlaskaPosts: 14,678
    That Kona's interesting. I am not sure if I have actually seen one of those in the wild.
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  • corvettecorvette United StatesPosts: 8,316
    Looking good, and the water beads on the paint! When I got the Tundra, it was obvious it had no sealant applied by the dealer—no beading.
  • stickguystickguy Posts: 41,379
    those are nice little cars. Even reasonably entertaining with the 1.6t/DSG powertrain.

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 179,799
    My neighbor across the street bought a Kona last year. Looks like a base trim - white with the black trim on the wheel arches.

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  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 28,977
    breld said:

    qbrozen said:

    breld said:

    Decided to run down to Colorado Springs (just like 45 miles away) this morning to check this out.



    2019 M2 Comp, 22k miles, DCT.

    Same miles as the 2018 I’m considering, so a bit high for the year, but it does have 2 years of warranty left.

    Listed at $54k. They seemed happy to match or do a bit better than other offers on the Supra, and say there’s room on the M2 price.

    Bottom line that I need to think about...if it’s a swap for the 2018, is $6-7k out of pocket for a Comp worth it. And is it actually a better deal?

    Yeah, see, now ya lost me. Your excuse was to get a manual, but now it seems you forgot that one and are just focused on any M2. Why?
    Like you pointed out earlier, a big part of the fun is the hunt. But yeah, that’s how it’s going...hmm, I think I’d like to get back into a manual...the M2 would make a lot of sense...dang, those M2 Comps are nice...hmm, I think I’d be just fine with the DCT if I get a Comp...

    And then I’m kinda back where I started with the Supra. :D
    Exactly. So what does thousands of lost dollars do for you in this case? I mean, I really don’t know. Is the M2 a far superior car?

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  • oldfarmer50oldfarmer50 Posts: 17,615
    breld said:

    Decided to run down to Colorado Springs (just like 45 miles away) this morning to check this out.



    2019 M2 Comp, 22k miles, DCT.

    Same miles as the 2018 I’m considering, so a bit high for the year, but it does have 2 years of warranty left.

    Listed at $54k. They seemed happy to match or do a bit better than other offers on the Supra, and say there’s room on the M2 price.

    Bottom line that I need to think about...if it’s a swap for the 2018, is $6-7k out of pocket for a Comp worth it. And is it actually a better deal?

    I understand the urge but isn’t that car substantially the same as what you have? From my perspective that would be like trading my Mustang in for a Camaro.

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  • roadburnerroadburner Posts: 14,470

    breld said:

    Decided to run down to Colorado Springs (just like 45 miles away) this morning to check this out.



    2019 M2 Comp, 22k miles, DCT.

    Same miles as the 2018 I’m considering, so a bit high for the year, but it does have 2 years of warranty left.

    Listed at $54k. They seemed happy to match or do a bit better than other offers on the Supra, and say there’s room on the M2 price.

    Bottom line that I need to think about...if it’s a swap for the 2018, is $6-7k out of pocket for a Comp worth it. And is it actually a better deal?

    I understand the urge but isn’t that car substantially the same as what you have? From my perspective that would be like trading my Mustang in for a Camaro.

    The M2 Comp is a bit more focused than the Supra, twin turbo S55, bigger brakes, tighter suspension, etc.

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  • graphicguygraphicguy Edmunds Poster EmeritusPosts: 12,901
    @nyccarguy ...please extend my greetings and congrats to Marco. Good to hear he’s well.
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  • breldbreld Posts: 5,687

    breld said:

    Decided to run down to Colorado Springs (just like 45 miles away) this morning to check this out.



    2019 M2 Comp, 22k miles, DCT.

    Same miles as the 2018 I’m considering, so a bit high for the year, but it does have 2 years of warranty left.

    Listed at $54k. They seemed happy to match or do a bit better than other offers on the Supra, and say there’s room on the M2 price.

    Bottom line that I need to think about...if it’s a swap for the 2018, is $6-7k out of pocket for a Comp worth it. And is it actually a better deal?

    I understand the urge but isn’t that car substantially the same as what you have? From my perspective that would be like trading my Mustang in for a Camaro.

    The M2 Comp is a bit more focused than the Supra, twin turbo S55, bigger brakes, tighter suspension, etc.
    I was a bit surprised at how compliant it was too, paying particular attention to how it rode over imperfections in the road. Nice setup and balance.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 184,684
    When we drove them in the autocross in August, I was amazed at how easy they were to just jump in and drive. (DCT).

    If I had that sort of budget, I'd get one in a minute, if it were a stick.

    But, in reality, I'd probably be happier with a 240i

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  • au1994au1994 GAPosts: 1,987
    nyccarguy said:

    Some pics of Marco’s Mom’s Kona





    That’s pretty nice. We may actually go take a look at one for my son. Local dealer has their SEL’s priced at $19,100. Thats a pretty good value at least on the surface. The looks have grown on me and we like the hatch functionality for hauling lacrosse stuff now and dorm stuff in a few years.

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  • tjc78tjc78 South JerseyPosts: 11,869
    stickguy said:

    those are nice little cars. Even reasonably entertaining with the 1.6t/DSG powertrain.

    That little SUV would be perfect candidate for a sport edition with about 300HP.

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  • tjc78tjc78 South JerseyPosts: 11,869

    breld said:

    Decided to run down to Colorado Springs (just like 45 miles away) this morning to check this out.



    2019 M2 Comp, 22k miles, DCT.

    Same miles as the 2018 I’m considering, so a bit high for the year, but it does have 2 years of warranty left.

    Listed at $54k. They seemed happy to match or do a bit better than other offers on the Supra, and say there’s room on the M2 price.

    Bottom line that I need to think about...if it’s a swap for the 2018, is $6-7k out of pocket for a Comp worth it. And is it actually a better deal?

    I understand the urge but isn’t that car substantially the same as what you have? From my perspective that would be like trading my Mustang in for a Camaro.

    The M2 Comp is a bit more focused than the Supra, twin turbo S55, bigger brakes, tighter suspension, etc.
    Agreed... but totally lost on 98% of the driving population.

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  • breldbreld Posts: 5,687
    kyfdx said:

    When we drove them in the autocross in August, I was amazed at how easy they were to just jump in and drive. (DCT).

    If I had that sort of budget, I'd get one in a minute, if it were a stick.

    But, in reality, I'd probably be happier with a 240i

    Agreed - I'd probably be happier with a 240i as well, with the lower cost being factored into that satisfaction.

    The 2018 M2 sort of splits the difference in a way for me - not as expensive as the Comp, not a ton more performance than the M240i, but actually easier to find with a manual than the M240i.

    I have heard that there are some features of the M2 beyond the power that make it somewhat sharper than the M240i, like the steering.

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  • dad23dad23 ColoradoPosts: 596

    I hear @breld convincing himself.

    We all know nothing's permanent ;)
  • nyccarguynyccarguy Stamford, CTPosts: 14,592
    @breld - do you want to “pull?” At “nearly 50 years old,” you don’t want to pull a muscle getting in or out.

    No doubly the M2 is a seriously sick automobile. The Supra is very unique. When’s the last time you saw another one on the road?

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  • tjc78tjc78 South JerseyPosts: 11,869
    I’ve seen exactly two. One on the road here in NJ and the one on the showroom floor when I picked up my Mom’s RAV.

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  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 28,977
    breld said:

    Here's the think folks...I've not seeking an improvement over the Supra. I'm just at a point where I'm starting to have that itch for something different. And it's not even change for the sake of change (as it often is)...I'm not all over the place, but rather focused on an M2 or M240i. Maybe a Miata as a long-shot, but I've gotten really used to the increased comfort and usability of the Supra.

    The biggest challenge is whether I'm ready to move on from the Supra. I love the styling of it...and at the same time often yearn for something less conspicuous. Something that doesn't cause 20-something drivers in BRZ's to hang their head out the window and scream at me (I think in admiration)...often asking if I want to "pull." I'm near 50 years old and have no idea what they're asking. :o

    The BMW would offer a very similar experience but in a more mature body. It's a more upright seating position that I do miss from the GTI. And while super sharp in my eyes, it sort of blends in.

    The value of the Supra has been great - I paid $47,700 for it last June and trade offers are averaging around $45k. Man, if only all my transactions were like that. So, I can move on from it if I choose feeling great about what the cost was to own and drive it for going on a year (I'm rounding up a bit). But it's also compelling to hang on to it having purchased that kind of performance at that kind of value.

    For the record, I'm not buying that M2 Comp I drove yesterday. I posted that right after the test drive and was on a high. I'd still like one, but not ready to up my budget for it (they offered it to me for my Supra plus $6,500...not bad actually). I am still considering the straight trade for the 2018 M2...I have it on hold with a refundable deposit so it's at least available to me to look at this week.

    Having said all that (sorry for the long winded post)...I'll probably keep the Supra. If so, do I win anything? ;)

    Was it really June?? I didn’t think it was anywhere near that long ago. Is $47k including all taxes and fees? Does your state give tax credit on trade-ins? If so, I’d say that’s not bad to take $2k hit in 8 mos. Just remember you are starting in more of a hole with used (difference between its trade value and retail). So swapping that one quick may be more expensive.

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  • stickguystickguy Posts: 41,379
    tjc78 said:

    I’ve seen exactly two. One on the road here in NJ and the one on the showroom floor when I picked up my Mom’s RAV.

    There is a guy in my neighborhood that has a red Supra. Definitely mid life crisis car. He must be pushing 60 (well, so am I so I guess I better not make too many old man jokes), with a belly and gray fringe on a bald head. But more power to him!

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