Quoted from ramegoom:
The Buick that could:
The Pontiac that could too..... 1989 Turbo Trans Am - 3.8 V6 turbo.
Quoted from robertmee:
I had looked at the I pace when you posted a few days ago bit a quick glance it appeared to be a crossover suv. Looking for a sport sedan or coupe.
Didn't you have a GN that is conspicuously missing from your list, or am I confusing you with someone else? We are up to 8 cars, just picked up an Acura RLX sport hybrid last week for a daily driver. Lots of room, the 3 electric motors add a lot of torque to the 310 HP V6, and it gets a little less than 30 mpg in both city and highway. In the fun to drive category, I like our Lexus RCF. Very comfortable, 470 horse and you rarely see any others on the road. The most fun one we have is the '89 Turbo Trans Am which is really fun to drive, but even when new the T-top cars were not fully water tight and they are pretty rough by today's standards.
To me cars are about a lot more than a 0-60 number unless you live at the drag strip. Get something you enjoy and don't worry about what other people think. I wouldn't have gotten the RCF if I was trying to impress others, would have gone with an M4, Porsche, AMG C Class or something like that. I have a Fiero GT, that says a lot about not caring what others think......
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