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Old 12-12-2010, 05:44 PM   #31
TiAgXi
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Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: CO
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My Ride: e46xi, e46m
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Originally Posted by Rickna View Post
Not meaning to hijack this thread-
I had a 2001 A4, and a late model Impala coming in the other direction lost control heading into a curve (that I was in the middle of) T-boned me in the drive side. The impact was so great I got pushed off the road into an embankment. The damage went from the front door all the way to the rear wheels (that got ripped off the frame). the pass side was partially buried in the embankment.
As for me, I had multiple soft tissue tears and bone fragments in my right shoulder. My cervical spine was also affected with herniated discs. Well, I did manage to "walk away" so, I'm thankful for that...

jeez. that's terrible man. good luck with the rest of your recovery.

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Originally Posted by JJR4884 View Post
Its funny you mention the buttons.... vw doesn't bother me with that because I don't expect it to be perfect on the inside, but audi kills me for that very same reason.. more buttons than a goddamn f-18 hornet

As for being 15k more... well ya you aren't getting THAT much more car but you are also getting something brand new

Let's not forget.... in all fairness, the r32 is still more than ten grand cheaper than a base model e90 wagon, both new. I'm sure loaded for loaded the 335 wagon can be double the price

At the end of the day, op if you like it, that's all that matters

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I know VW's aren't for everyone but I think the new R might be perfect for me. It's AWD, good looking (imho), practical (there's a ton of space hiding in there!), sporty and fast, fuel efficient (33.2 mpg hwy), and it comes with all the goodies I'm looking for in my next car (leather, sunroof, bixenons, comfortable heated seats, nav, etc.).

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