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  1. Fear Deer is offline Mc dolan hambargre luvin
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    Don't know of any thread of this kind, and nor did the chatbox at that time
    So just get your creativity going, and showroom the beauties^^

    I shall start with a Q5, dont remember perfectly the price, but this one rounded the 108.000€
    Think this one looks marvellous!










  2. The Compensator is offline Future heel&toe historian
     
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  3. Fear Deer is offline Mc dolan hambargre luvin
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    Bloody hell that configurator is much better than the one we have
    Why didn't you go full extra on that interior? And what is that..a manual gearbox? (so last century )


  4. Andreas¹ is offline Crazy Duck
     
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    Is this some special program I've never heard of?
    Quote Originally Posted by patch »
    (so last century )
    (and so much better)

  5. Fear Deer is offline Mc dolan hambargre luvin
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    pCARS race is 15 minutes from beginning, yay x)
    I would prefer a manual if you want a sporty car, and even then... :P If its a track car, manual ofc.
    For a daily driver i think an auto is much more practical. That's just my opinion, don't refrain me from posting it


  6. The Compensator is offline Future heel&toe historian
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by patch »
    Why didn't you go full extra on that interior?
    Why would I do that? That's my dream F11. I don't want leather seats, HUD, Active everything etc. Those seats are amazing if you had the opportunity to try them and standard suspension is very good too. I predict to be the M suspension even better.

    And what is that..a manual gearbox? (so last century )
    I'm going to leave this without any answer, kid.

  7. Fear Deer is offline Mc dolan hambargre luvin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apu Nahasapeemapetilon »

    I'm going to leave this without any answer, kid.
    Alright, alright madam

    Did not know you were configuring the F11 of your dreams Those seats are very good, indeed, but if one can afford the Most expensive ones, dont remember the name, the ones with memory and eletronic adjust on pax and driver side. Oh god, they are soo comfy ^^ Love the pillows x)

    About the M suspension, not sure if it is what we have. We have the adaptive drive, with adaptive dampers. They can be soft, or stiff in sport modes.


  8. superhyper is offline mamamamamamamadness
     
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    Because I was bored, I wanted to see what I'd upgrade to if I'd win a lottery









    I like it Costs only 55k but on the other hand, it comes with basically everything I'd need
    Listen to Mike, I'm definitely not the most super out of all the non-super moderators, just check the username! (;

  9. ScoobSTi is offline Car Aficianado
     
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    Total is $249,500 or in Euros, 189,460 (thank you Google).



    Yes, I like brown. No, I am not James May.

  10. Fear Deer is offline Mc dolan hambargre luvin
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    bloody love all of those


  11. Andreas¹ is offline Crazy Duck
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by *sigh sigh* »
    Costs only 55k but on the other hand, it comes with basically everything I'd need
    I find it insane really how such a small car can cost so much money.

  12. The Compensator is offline Future heel&toe historian
     
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    That SLS is amazing, Scoob!





    ---------- Post added at 22:00 PM ---------- Previous post was at 21:56 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Andreaz1 »
    I find it insane really how such a small car can cost so much money.
    It's an Audi. Nuff said.

  13. superhyper is offline mamamamamamamadness
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apu Nahasapeemapetilon »
    It's an Audi. Nuff said.
    This. First I was afraid of getting an Audi because I know that if something gets broken, it'll cost a fortune to fix. So far so good
    Listen to Mike, I'm definitely not the most super out of all the non-super moderators, just check the username! (;

  14. Fear Deer is offline Mc dolan hambargre luvin
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    Actually we dont find audi service very expensive. We didnt pay much for the yearly service on the A6... Oil change and the component revision..
    Not sure how much they charge there though :/


  15. superhyper is offline mamamamamamamadness
     
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    I'm more worried about the fact that my Audi is a tad older and it's usually the spare parts that cost
    Listen to Mike, I'm definitely not the most super out of all the non-super moderators, just check the username! (;

  16. Fear Deer is offline Mc dolan hambargre luvin
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    Yea..can't comment on the vag group petrol engines, have 0 personal experiences with it, specially older ones. But i still see some diesel A3's from that generation kicking around today in good condition!

    And i also configured our car, but with bmw.de's configurator (chrome translated to ptguese). Our car includes the innovation package, according to its extra sheet, and according to bmw.de and bmw.pt, that includes HUD, but our car brought everything of the innovation pack, except the HUD -.- But we payed for it. So if we complain about that to bmw, would they install it? Change plastic parts and stuff? Or give us a new car ( ) or anything?









  17. Ryzza5 is offline .
      
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    eugh, why don't all fast/expensive cars come with metal pedals, the boring rubber just ruins the premium look. As soon as I switched to the GTI steering wheel I knew immediately that I'd need to get new pedals as well.




  18. Fear Deer is offline Mc dolan hambargre luvin
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    I agree metal pedals should be a must!
    But has anyone a hint about my question?


  19. Ryzza5 is offline .
      
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    Wouldn't count on it. I looked at a 1 series coupe the other day which cost twice as much as my car and had hardly anything inside. Just bluetooth and paddle shifters from what I could see.

  20. Fear Deer is offline Mc dolan hambargre luvin
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    But the car included the inovation pack as an extra, and that extra is payed for. And it has everything from the inov. pack, appart from the HUD...



 
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