great white buffalo
Type: Posts; User: riotburn
great white buffalo
I didn't know something like Mirrorlink existed, its the least they can do considering the 17" goodness in the Tesla.
Here's what we don't get: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6J5KNaaVRoQ
Those are nice.
Careful about getting cheap wheels. I had got a set of August Werke for my old car and they only lasted like 3 years before I found one cracked. Also make sure to check the...
I posted before about autobarn, heres the breakdown they gave me to buy: http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?6982631-What-are-people-paying-thread&p=86281051#post86281051
If there isn't any...
I really like those Hartmanns. Wish they came in 18s so I wouldn't have to lower it.
I did indeed get to drive both. Both are great cars. It was a couple weeks ago but I believe when I got it into the GTI (drove it second), I remember thinking that this is the car. No real...
I did some investigating and below is the breakdown they gave me for a GTI SE manual. So even with the doc fee, the price before tax/license fees is 26,601 which is about 1,100 below invoice. Plus...
Check out vw of Huntington. They offered me just about invoice right off the bat.
Specials are up, same lease for the 2015. GTI S manual for $299/month $2,349 down. :facepalm:
The lease for the GTI is comparable to more expensive luxury cars including MB, BMW, and Lexus. Pretty ****ty that you can get cars with probably more features and AWD for the same price.
How did you manage that? Best quotes I'm getting are $27.7k for an SE manual NO lighting package. So you got $2k in features for just $1,000 more.
Been shopping around and both Huntington and Atlantic offered me lease prices based off of the invoice price right off the bat.
Very true but Geico offers mechanical protection insurance for up to 100k miles or 7 years. Would be the only way I would ever own a German car.
One more thing. I think that I may want to sell the car in 3 years but that too is assuming that I'll be in a position to afford something better (more expensive). But a lot of events are going to...
Yea, I already factored in all the costs into the payments which is why I'm comparing them directly. Taxes and bank fee rolled into the lease, Taxes rolled into the loan, no money down on either,...
Yea, but you don't say it's the bank's house. No, right now I'm being offered the lease based on ~27.6k.
1. True 2. something to consider.
The best lease prices I'm getting are coming out to about $400/month with taxes and fees rolled in for 36/10k. I could get a 72month loan for ~$430/month. Idk, to me just seems worth it to spend...
23-25 though closer to 23 makes more sense for me.
Haha can't find an R I can afford! Unless the R community is feeling generous :D
Going with a new GTI unless a cheap R comes my way in the next week or 2.