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      11-18-2011, 10:46 PM   #1
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      11-18-2011, 11:26 PM   #2
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This is the only method for BMW to beat MB regarding to no of cars sold in HK.
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      11-19-2011, 07:10 AM   #3
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Be that as it may, my 2008 325i is probably worthless now when a new LCI 323i can be had at 329k with the same options. I think MB enjoys much better resale value in HK...
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Be that as it may, my 2008 325i is probably worthless now when a new LCI 323i can be had at 329k with the same options. I think MB enjoys much better resale value in HK...
Used popular car values also depend on the condition and choice of colours.

I agree that MB has lower depreciation rate than BMW.
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      11-21-2011, 12:33 AM   #5
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Be that as it may, my 2008 325i is probably worthless now when a new LCI 323i can be had at 329k with the same options. I think MB enjoys much better resale value in HK...
Your 2008 325i is worthless? Haha, I have a 2005 (fourth-hand) E90 325i, I think my car is more "worthless" then yours!
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      11-21-2011, 12:34 AM   #6
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Used popular car values also depend on the condition and choice of colours.

I agree that MB has lower depreciation rate than BMW.
Yeah, that's true. MBs retain their value better then BMW.

Of course, BMW drives better then MBs, hehehe (well, if given the choice between an M or a an AMG car, I will go for an M).

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      11-21-2011, 01:34 AM   #7
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I dunno...this C 63 AMG looks pretty bad ass!

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Your 2008 325i is worthless? Haha, I have a 2005 (fourth-hand) E90 325i, I think my car is more "worthless" then yours!
That's why I was in a hurry to sell my 05 E90 320i back to Sept.
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      11-24-2011, 09:51 AM   #9
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This is the only method for BMW to beat MB regarding to no of cars sold in HK.
Nothing to do with that man. BMW beats MB everywhere. read the stats
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I dunno...this C 63 AMG looks pretty bad ass!

Of course, MB is for old man.
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      11-24-2011, 01:19 PM   #11
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Nothing to do with that man. BMW beats MB everywhere. read the stats
Check out the statistics in the last 20 years pls.

Even the top management of BMWHK said so.

HK is an exception place regarding to no of european car sold.
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I dunno...this C 63 AMG looks pretty bad ass!


I would'nt turn down a C63 if given the offer, and the facelifted C63 coupe looks awesome. But I always see the C63 more as a German muscle car then a real sporty car like the M3. The c63 beats a e92 m3 in the straight line, but when it comes to cornering on the track, the M3 still reigns supreme. Thus even if a M3 can't beat a C63 in a drag race, it can beat it in track time. The M3 is more of a gt sports car in a sedan/coupe guise.
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Check out the statistics in the last 20 years pls.

Even the top management of BMWHK said so.

HK is an exception place regarding to no of european car sold.
I personally don't think it matters much whether MB sells more then BMW in HK, BMW sells more premium cars globally then MB, and that's what counts.

Anyway, I do know that BMW cars in general drives better then MB cars, having a more driver-focus (although I do like MBs too, but not in the same way as a BMW).
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      11-25-2011, 12:14 AM   #14
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I personally don't think it matters much whether MB sells more then BMW in HK, BMW sells more premium cars globally then MB, and that's what counts.

Anyway, I do know that BMW cars in general drives better then MB cars, having a more driver-focus (although I do like MBs too, but not in the same way as a BMW).
I was replying jclariel's previous post.

I sure some people here wouldn't buy a brand new regular priced BMW if there is no discount at all including myself.

But yes, I agree BMW definitely drives better than MB. Not only drives better,but also more reliable.
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I was replying jclariel's previous post.

I sure some people here wouldn't buy a brand new regular priced BMW if there is no discount at all including myself.

But yes, I agree BMW definitely drives better than MB. Not only drives better,but also more reliable.
Yeah I know you were replying to his post, just adding my own comment to that .

BMW HK is now trying to clear the remaining E90 stock it has prior to the F30's introduction to HK, so I bet there will be more deeper discounts.
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Yeah I know you were replying to his post, just adding my own comment to that .

BMW HK is now trying to clear the remaining E90 stock it has prior to the F30's introduction to HK, so I bet there will be more deeper discounts.
From what I know, there are 9 E9x M3 and 4 E9x 335i on the list.

Moreover,my fd told me that E90 323i 329k edition has no Dakota Leather seats,but Leatherette seats instead.
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I dunno...this C 63 AMG looks pretty bad ass!

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