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This is a discussion on m5? cl600? help within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Integra96 Mid-engine, relatively lightweight, badass chassis, great interior...oh man... Someone get this man a towel...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Integra96
    Mid-engine, relatively lightweight, badass chassis, great interior...oh man...
    Someone get this man a towel

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    Quote Originally Posted by enash99
    Depends on how old of a 911 you want. i have driven several years of 911's and in my opninion the turbo is the only version that wont leave you disapointed that you invested alot of money into a car. This is not the comfort mobile tho, its nice and tight the seats are near perfect fit and conform to your body well, but its a snug fit. You will find 2000-2001 911 turbos for about 40-45k with about 40k miles on them.

    You can get an e39 m5 for alot less than the 911. If comfort and mild power is your thing than this is the car. I noticed that you are trying to decide between a sedan and 2 seaters. you should figure this part out first. but for my friend and i the M5 fit the bill for us since we tend to have people with us alot! This car has good performance with a ton of luxury but my vf-34 spanks the M5, even with mods. So if absolute power is your target more than comfort then the 911 TT is still your car. You


    For me if i was single without a family, I would buy the 911TT.

    hope my little bit of insite helps.


    911TT's are out of the price range set. Explain if I am wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Integra96
    It easily won Car and Driver's test against the Z4 M. Mid-engine, relatively lightweight, badass chassis, great interior...oh man...
    Yeah I'd definitely take the cayman. I'd so rock a Cayman of a 911 any day of teh week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Integra96
    Oh, man...the Cayman S is just perfection.
    +1, I didn't even think about that.

    What an awesome sports car!
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedDman1
    911TT's are out of the price range set. Explain if I am wrong.
    No your right, i had my head up my arse, i was thinking about a targa that i seen last on the auction block.. it was awhile ago, i just hit up the autotrader and your right the TT is more than 50k still. Still if i was spending that much $ i wouldnt get anything but the TT
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    Quote Originally Posted by enash99
    No your right, i had my head up my arse, i was thinking about a targa that i seen last on the auction block.. it was awhile ago, i just hit up the autotrader and your right the TT is more than 50k still. Still if i was spending that much $ i wouldnt get anything but the TT
    i feel the same way, if im going to go 911, i just have to go TT.


    i have actually thought of the cayman s and the z4 m but i dont know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ellinopedo182
    i feel the same way, if im going to go 911, i just have to go TT.


    i have actually thought of the cayman s and the z4 m but i dont know.
    Z4 M is weak. Go with the Cayman S.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DTR rex
    Z4 M is weak. Go with the Cayman S.
    +1 for performance Cayman S>Z4m

    Although I've sat in both and the Z4 felt a little more "luxury" if thats what you want.
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    I vote for the c6 corvette coupe. Removable hardtop ftw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedette
    I vote for the c6 corvette coupe. Removable hardtop ftw!

    That really doesn't fit with the kind of car hes looking at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cavallino333
    That really doesn't fit with the kind of car hes looking at.
    Fast, classy, leather, and expensive. Now how does that not fit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedette
    Fast, classy, leather, and expensive. Now how does that not fit?
    Well the other cars a little more "luxury" IMO. Not that the vette is bad. I mean look at a CL600 interior compared to the corvettes. I won't go into the "classy" aspect since thats more of a personal opinion/preference.





    or eve the 911 interior

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavallino333
    Well the other cars a little more "luxury" IMO. Not that the vette is bad. I mean look at a CL600 interior compared to the corvettes.
    No, I agree...the CL600 interior far surpasses the vettes..well, pretty much all interiors! But the OP didn't exactly state that interior was his highest priority...in fact, he really didn't state many specifics at all!

    So I was just throwing that out there, thinking outside the 'box'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedette
    No, I agree...the CL600 interior far surpasses the vettes..well, pretty much all interiors! But the OP didn't exactly state that interior was his highest priority...in fact, he really didn't state many specifics at all!

    So I was just throwing that out there, thinking outside the 'box'.
    Yeah thats true we don't know exactly what the OP wants so its probably a good idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Integra96
    It easily won Car and Driver's test against the Z4 M. Mid-engine, relatively lightweight, badass chassis, great interior...oh man...
    You forgot the damn near perfect weight distribution... but so does the M coupe.
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