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Old 03-03-2004, 01:19 AM
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Hello
I am really new here, and i just hope for some help.
I am a BMW M3 SMG 97 (321 BHP) Driver, (european Version)and i am in the midst of changing my car for another. As the time has come to do so. I only let you know what car I drive now as for you to know that I do know what it is to drive a powerful car.

I am currently deciding between 2 cars that have caught my interest.

1. The 350Z (full option)(track set upp) 41,750 here in spain (black, orange leather interior) New car(0m)

2. A Honda NSX 3.2 year97, (second hand) more or less same price as the 350z

As i am in the begining fase of changing I thought id start at your forum to get some dos and donts, from the best source possible, You the drivers. Just as we get the same questions in our M3 forum from new people who want to buy.

I am aware of, and will offcourse go and test drive the 350z first hand, just havent gotten to that stage yet.

Now id like to know if theres anything i should know before buying, any tips, and why its such a great car. And if there is any issues, what are they, and what should I search for in here to get answers to them.
I am just being careful before buying, just as i did before getting my M3.

BS
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Old 03-03-2004, 04:59 AM
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If you want more young chicks than you can handle get the 350Z!!!
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Old 03-03-2004, 09:12 PM
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Go test drive it. Bring your checkbook, because you'll buy it as soon as you get back to the dealership. A 97 vs a 2004, I think I'll go with the newer car personally. The NSX is pretty neat looking though.

Driving the Z is about as much fun as you can have in a car by yourself

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Old 03-03-2004, 10:59 PM
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the NSX is a great performer, mid engine, sleek looking sports car however for me I would be reluctant to place down that kind of money for a used car that's 8 years old when I can get a brand new one that performs just as well for the same amount of money. It's your choice but I would probably go for the 350Z because you don't really know how the NSX was driven since you aren't the first owner.
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