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, some thoughts about cars for you (and what is more fun than snpndieg other people’s money):* Boxter. Great car, great value. The Cayman – which you should consider – is so good that it may wind up cannibalizing sales of the base 911. Porsche options notoriously expensive. Seriously bad news in bad weather. Do you switch to snow tires up there? It should be considered mandatory on any lightweight car.* SLK. Too torquey in the wet, except for the base version, which is underpowered. Extremely comfortable over long distances. Decent fit and finish but not like the old days (my wife has a ’76 450SL that puts the current cars to shame). Not bad in the twisties, but no Porsche. The other thing to consider is the SLK’s well-earned reputation as the car of choice for trophy wives and mistresses. I don’t know about your personal situation and I’m not asking, but you could have a lot of fun with this, especially if you are evasive about whether you bought it yourself. Or not. Your call.;)* Lotus Elise. I drove one just the other day and I practically sprained my face from smiling. The best handling car available for less than $100k. It’s mechanically simple (Toyota engine) so maintenance should be relatively inexpensive. Looks like the racer it is. Unfortunately, if you take it on the interstate for more than 10 minutes or so you will want to gouge your eyes out with a screwdriver. But you should at least drive one.* BMW. I don’t like the Bangle styling or the complexity of the systems so I haven’t looked at a Bimmer in ages. The Z4 roadster looks OK and the M3 (if you want serious performance) seems to be for real. Not for me but you could do worse.* Cadillac. XLR-V has decent handling, an upgraded interior for 2007 and a Corvette drivetrain. I haven’t driven one myself, but it could be worth a look. With my Escalade I have found that Caddy service is surprisingly responsive but surprisingly expensive.* Maserati. Don’t laugh, but a low-miles ’05 coupe will run in the low $80s. Much more reliable than Italian cars used to be, and you will have several years of warranty left. If you stay away from automatic mode the paddle shifter will be fine, even on the ’05s (much better on the 2006). Unbelievable luxury and performance for the money. As with the Lotus, you should at least drive one. Sorry about the length of this post, but you should know better than to get a car nut started.Happy hunting!
Gorgouss it’s simple the same dream of all my Family!!! Maybach is super .but plsaee if yuo have more infornmation concerning to AMG electric .Wow World need’s to know about that next year Ford gonna sold the focus electric But MERCEDES BENZ is a Jewel who loves forever!!! Thanks Valo Osuna