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What's Your Dream Car?

Are you an auto enthusiast? What's your favorite car?

A camry, a benz (the good old benz), a 4x4?

Taste vary. And sometimes, your taste is dictated by the size of your pocket.

Nevertheless, whatever the size of your pocket, you can share your excitement about your dream car whether you're an auto enthusiast or not.

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If only you could get what you dream!

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Ah!! Yes Siena, the dream finally materialised. Na God o! The car is awesome; really impresses me, even with some minor electrical issues it has. Its one of the decisions and risks i have taken that I will live to be happy for.

Ikenna

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My dream car is Peugeut 505 V6 5 Speed manual transmission, with 2.8 liters even-fire PRV engine. THE KING OF THE LIONS!

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A bright red Ferrari 360 Spider!

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There are cars for regular people and there are machines for the decerning few. Regular folks would go for Honda,Toyota,Peugeot, volvo and so on while the ones who crave more would choose from these three : Mercedes Benz,Audi and BMW. Mercedes is for those men who dare to want more, Audi is for those who want more and want to feel safe while getting it while BMWs are for the wild ones who fear nothing and only desire perfection.

The 2008 BMW M5 with its 10 cylinders, 7 speed shiftronic transmission and 500+HP is rules them all. Dem papa!

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pls is there any babyboy (1999-2002) european spec?

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Spacious and Luxury SUVs like escalades and ranges. These cars are just miracles or wonder on wheels.

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I don't like the AMG's. Their engines blow up especially the V8 C Classes. The Lorinsers are precisely tuned and aren't common or made in masses as oppose to the AMG's. The same person once owned an AMG C43 and it blew when he floored the pedal to 130mph and flipped over in 2003.

The only thing I have against the Audi is that it's too flashy for me. I'm conservative and can't imagine myself owning one. No doubt, I'll test drive it as soon as I am opportuned to.

With regards to the Camry, I wasn't playing. Downshifting (sometimes twice) when the brake's applied actually happened. The dealer claimed it sat too long and needed an ecu reflash. I laughed when I learnt of it.

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Ivvie, I've tried Mercedes, never got on with them, my father-in-law runs a 2006 S600, and I drive it on a regular basis, and comparing it to a 2006 Audi S8, it just feels ponderous. A lot of lift-off oversteer.

I'm an Audi man to the core, and 4WD makes for great track days.

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Designing is different from simulation. From my point of view, I was addressing from the fact that it's still in it's blueprint stage. Simulation is done when the blue print is done. Since it's all based on parametric modeling and partial differentiations, it doesn't always turn out that way, though CAE verifies it. Well, in a sense, through it's stages of design, everything is simulated (I'm sure you weren't talking of that simulation). When the blue print is done then your model is created then field analysis tests (F.A.T.) are done. Wherever it fails (component(s)), it's being logged and then redesigned for it's objective.

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Audi R8.

I booked a test drive in one, from my local dealership (Ipswich Audi) and it was out of this world.

I've always been an Audi man.

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Finekid, I apologise. I guess you are right on a general scale. I didn't have to be technical

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