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View Poll Results: 330 vs RS6, what would you rather own
2006 BMW 330i 53 43.44%
2003 Audi RS6 69 56.56%
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      04-14-2009, 07:21 PM   #89
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This is not really a fair comparison...

It should be a M5 vs. RS6 poll...
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      04-14-2009, 07:47 PM   #90
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This is not really a fair comparison...

It should be a M5 vs. RS6 poll...
except that the m5 only comes in stick.
and that it has recirculating ball steering, and is not as telepathic as the 330, or the rs6, from what i have heard at least. and the reason the 330 is here, is because i have one already, so, it makes it a relevant choice
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      04-15-2009, 08:13 PM   #91
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My car is posted in the Private section for sale. Please go and check it out , i reallyyy want to just get it sold and be done with it. Really . Also if anyone knows how to change the title of a thread id love to know, i lowered the price and cant edit the title (so just know thats its lower than what it says)
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Im a little worried about maintenance with the audi, especially without a warranty, but mine is up in 8000 miles anyway.
Price out a gearbox and differential fluid change, brake pad change, tire replacement and routine maintenance for 2yr. It costs a LOT to keep one on the road and that's assuming nothing breaks. if you can pay to play RS6 is awesome
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      04-15-2009, 09:28 PM   #93
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Price out a gearbox and differential fluid change, brake pad change, tire replacement and routine maintenance for 2yr. It costs a LOT to keep one on the road and that's assuming nothing breaks. if you can pay to play RS6 is awesome
Ooph...dont know if i want to do that haha it might be rough. Thanks for the suggestion though ill look into it. I kinda of feel like its going to be a pain...hence the 335 jb3 idea. If i could only sell my f**king car!!!!
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so. now that i want stick, and enjoy driving it, some new options have been opened up . I drove the e39 m5 today. my. god. that car sounds like a jet. it drives SO well too, tons of power, steering is a LITTLE less communicative than my e90 but not bad. What i was really surprised about was the luxury in that car, everything is so detailed and well done, (stitched dash, chrome unlock knobs on the windows) reminded me of a range rover interior or something. What do you guys think...is the m5 going to be up there with the rs6 on maintinence, somewhere between that and the 330, closer to the 330..? It has about 54k, but a new engine at 38k that still has a warranty. What you think?? (OR should i wait, and get a 335 stick. its going to be a little more $$$ though)
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      05-07-2009, 02:32 AM   #96
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m5 with an engine replaced...i don't know if i want to take financial responsibility of that car.
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      05-11-2009, 09:36 PM   #97
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m5 with an engine replaced...i don't know if i want to take financial responsibility of that car.
Why not? If it was done by a reputable BMW dealer, and the engine is brand new (it has 16000 miles on it now) and comes with a 2 year warranty how is that bad. I see where youre coming from, but my mom had the engine replaced on her 530 after she drive on it overheating after hitting a curb. When she went to sell it it essentially had 100 miles on it. I dont know how that could be bad, i mean i see the risk, but it sounds like a plus to me
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