Wow - that'd be great, but 84k before you even start to own/drive/maintain it...I watched this yesterday and I can't deny the performance but +/-$75K is just, damn.
Bought mine, put $13K down cash, went thru PenFed for 48 months, 24 months in I owe $6300 remaining. Best new car OTD discount on a new car I ever received. I say buy out the lease. Used TourX prices are holding well considering.Wow - that'd be great, but 84k before you even start to own/drive/maintain it...
Another piece of info that makes me wan to buy out the lease on our loaded 2019 TourX - but I'm still not sure. Thanks for sharing - now, Go Bills!
And Studebaker was pretty early in offering a "posi-trac" called "Twin-Traction". All the better.
Something similar to me last time when picking up a carry out.Trying to pick the correct thread and this seems like a good match.
Last night I ordered takeout from a popular upscale restaurant. They bring your order out to your car so they ask what color and make of car. I said grey Buick station wagon.
When we got there the young woman bringing out the food said she had never seen a Buick that looked like that then said it looks more like a BMW. The parking lot was filled with BMW, Volvo and Mercedes SUVs along with a few Camrys and Jeeps. I told her it was made in Germany by Opel but she didn't have a clue what I was talking about.
Trying to pick the correct thread and this seems like a good match.
Yeah I established it and I still can't ever find $hit...This is definitely is a great perk with our cars.
Here's an established thread:
"It's a Dad Car" - my wife. "I didn't know anybody still made wagons" - Dave (family friend and truck guy to the core) "Is that 'space car' yours?" - Liz, math teacher (she meant that it was futuristic looking?) :unsure: "That's a Buick? I drive a Buick." - Same Liz, has an Enclave...buickforums.com