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Alan J,My bad, I put an extra s in the Maserati. I obviously shloud have checked my spelling before posting. Won’t happen again at least not in this line.An online poll is a popularity contest, not a reasonable source of statistical data. A bunch of Audi fans could be the only ones to see the poll and then it’s stacked in favor of Audi fans. Same with Benz fans and BMW fans.And I remember reading that article when it came out and E63 AMG was what Car and Driver decided was the best car out of the group. If I use the standard that you just posted (read any of the car magazines) I find that Benz professional car analysts prefer Benz over Audi.My own experiences with Audi (I used to work for a car dealer) is that I’d rather drive a Benz over an Audi any day. I find comparable Benzes to be a better ride than their Audi counterparts. I’ve driven both the E55 and the Audi S6 and I found that the Benz is the better ride.The connection of this to the S8 is that given my experience I don’t feel a great desire to go out and spend $100k or more on an Audi because when I’m spending that much on a car I want something where the name means something. Which brings me back to Russ’ thesis, Audi’s name doesn’t support the high-end badging that is a given with Ferrari, Maserati, Aston-Martin or even Mercedes-Benz. It’s all about recognition and you either have it or you don’t.