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October 23, 2008

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Nick B.

...and the winner is?
You can tell us Jim; we won't tell anyone!

Yeah, life can be rough when you're debating which is "better", the Nissan, BMW, Lexus, Benz, Jag or Caddy.
I haven't driven any of them (and most likely never will given my state of market stocks now), but I can tell you that some of my Bimmer colleagues are switching over to the Nissan - or at least salivating over it.
Dunno my self...Nissan is undoubtedly highly competent, but it's also, in my opinion, loaded with gimmickry, and ugly.
I kinda fancy the new Caddy - always liked the CTS; now it can dust off just about anything out there.
The Bimmer isn't all that bad either; the M3 sedan I mean; the coupe is ungainly, and awkward looking.

All this being said, EVERY ONE of those cars is utterly useless and pointless in Canada, and pretty well anywhere else around the World except for Germany on an early Sunday morning when the Autobahns are empty (which is about the only time they are; otherwise they're full of trucks and Dutch caravans).

I think we need to get back to basics when it comes to cars; reduce engine sizes, lop off hundreds of kilograms in weight, slash several feet from them, ditch most of the electronic gimmickry...

Or, just buy an Alfa MiTo...;))))...!

Oh wait, we can't in Canada...;((((...!

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