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InfiniteDice 11-13-2012 04:15 PM

Had some fun watching this.
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bn_ZkbTfAi4

I'd love to see that car in 20 years. Will probably be recycled into a soda can or something.

I had to comment on this just because he mentions in his comments that Hyundai has better quality than BMW. And it's just sad to see someone think so highly of that crappy car, just sad. I seen one of those Veloster turbo things the other day. I was like hrmm I wonder how much balls that thing has. Then I came back to the reality that it really doesn't matter since they will all fade away in a few years anyways. Is anyone going to seriously have a 25 year old collector Veloster? Hahaha I'd love to see it.

Eagerly awaiting responses :)

Nick_V 11-13-2012 06:34 PM

E30 or die! Could not/did not want to sit through video.

jay01_brown 11-13-2012 11:46 PM

Quality over quantity every time
Might have some cool gadgets (that don't work)
But the engineering is always 2nd class to anything German
Go German and you'll never go jap (or Korean... Or whatever that thing is)

BMW forever

328IScreamer 11-14-2012 09:50 AM

A few weeks back I had to go to North Bay for work. When I got off the plane I was unfortunate enough to get stuck with a Kia as my rental car. It had almost ever feature my 1 series has.....heated seats, blue tooth, contols on steering wheel etc but for some reason it just felt like I was driving in a tin can.
My point is even with every feature and option in the book they still drive/feel cheap

SiR 11-14-2012 11:24 AM

all new cars(incl bmw) are throw away cars now a days.

SiR 11-14-2012 11:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jay01_brown (Post 1589255)
But the engineering is always 2nd class to anything German

ahahahaha this is some serious fanboism. fcplm


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