both actually have long been gone. the turbo was sold and I purchased a 1995 Land Rover Defender. the '96 V6 was leased and was turned back in as I was living in Japan at the time.Which one did you get rid of?
Certainly they don't consider the Epsilon platform old do they? I mean of course FWD is an issue compared to the cars they mention, but the Epsilon platform is great compared to the truly aging chassis that the older 9-3 hatch was on - I think they got their facts mixed up on this.
gcbrink said:You might actually notice almost everyone has a strong BMW "bias". I think BMW just makes a better car.
That is actually one of the only 2 negative points journalists have found here in Sweden. The new V6 gives almost exactly 10 km/litre (sorry guys for using the metric system, perhaps you could talk to George W?) in comparison to the current aero version (210bhp) that takes 0,8 litres to travel 10 kms. All figures are based on mixed driving (perhaps ypu have the same way of measuring fuel consumption, we have open road, mixed and city).Propofol said:The expected AWD and 250 HP engine will look mighty attractive when it comes time to trade in my '04 Aero! I just hope that it will be somewhat fuel efficient.