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2003 Audi A4 - T (M5) quattro Sedan
Cons: Slightly underpowered
Advice: Buy one !!!Excellant car. Incredible handling with very high quality interior materials.
2002 Ferrari 360 Modena - F1 Convertible
Pros: The look
Advice: Buy this carThis is the best car ever made.The looks are good, the safety is good everything is good about it.
2003 Toyota MR2 Spyder - (M5)
Cons: Lack of Space
Advice: You have to be ready to drive this small awesome car.Really smooth car. It lacks the horsepower of other cars, but that's because it's so light. It hits 4000 rpms at 90 mph.
2003 Porsche 911 - GT2 RWD Coupe
Pros: the amazing acceleration
Cons: it couldve came with some beter looking rims
Advice: test drive it only to seal the dealwow this car is so dang fast its unbelievable.. if u know how to drive a stick shift good then u will be pleased greatly i just barely started to go and next thing i know im going almost 50mph in like 2 seconds this ca is amazing get it as soon as u can
2003 BMW Z4 - 3.0i (M6)
Pros: Excellent styling
Cons: Toledo Blue, SMG and Sport Seats not available immediately
Advice: Contact all nearby Fleet or Sales Managers to get the best priceThe Z4 drives extremely well, with a taut suspension, superb handling and an incredible engine. The sport packages enhances the experienc, although it makes the ride a bit harsher. All-in-all, an awesome package.
2003 Dodge Viper - Base
Advice: nothingthis car kicks ass when it comes to racing
2003 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class - Coupe
Advice: If style and handling are more important than reliability, get oneThe car is beautiful and handles very well. Comfort was below average until Goodyear tires were replaced with Michelin..at our expense. With the new tires road noise dropped dramatically and comfort improved to C+. Unscheduled service in 40,000 miles has been TWICE that needed by our Cadillac with 110,000 miles and SEVEN times our Nissan with 242,000 miles. The Nissan gave up the ghost...after being hit by a Mack truck.