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Old 12-17-2019, 12:10 PM   #161
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Plus Ferrrari will stop producing engines for them in 2020
Is it known what they are going with? The top Alfa engines are also Ferrari manufactured, but even more "Ferrari" than what Maserati had. The Maserati turbo engines I thought had a Chrysler block that assembled by Ferrari.

The V8 Maserati twin turbo would be the one to get in a Qporte, but doesn't sound as nice. Probably would with a Larini on it.
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Sort of off topic for this thread, but thought maybe some of you guys might have opinions/advice. I"m eventually looking to replace my 9 y/o Ford Edge in the next year or so. Leaning towards something like a 2016-2018 Audi Q5 or the BMW X4 (hate the styling of the X5). Anyone have experience with either?
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Sort of off topic for this thread, but thought maybe some of you guys might have opinions/advice. I"m eventually looking to replace my 9 y/o Ford Edge in the next year or so. Leaning towards something like a 2016-2018 Audi Q5 or the BMW X4 (hate the styling of the X5). Anyone have experience with either?
Stay away from BMW..maint costs are crazy and they depreciate like the Titanic floats
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Stay away from BMW..maint costs are crazy and they depreciate like the Titanic floats
You’re the second person to tell me that. Coworker had the extended warranty, and it still cost him a lot to get a starter replaced.
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Sort of off topic for this thread, but thought maybe some of you guys might have opinions/advice. I"m eventually looking to replace my 9 y/o Ford Edge in the next year or so. Leaning towards something like a 2016-2018 Audi Q5 or the BMW X4 (hate the styling of the X5). Anyone have experience with either?
The Cadillac XT5 is a heck of a suv. The new Xt6 is nice too if you want something bigger.
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You’re the second person to tell me that. Coworker had the extended warranty, and it still cost him a lot to get a starter replaced.
A friend leased a 7 series. He custom ordered the car for around 120K.

When the lease ended, he took a loan out on the car with a BMW extended warranty. 2 years into the extended warranty, he passed about 20K in repair costs that was paid by the warranty.

5 years since I first got the car, I bet it's worth less than 20K at best. Looks brand new and the interior is a marvel. He check boxed every option and then some...
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I'm not a fan of any of the new BMW's at all. All the maint costs seem to be crazy. I'd have no problems buying a few older models though. The e85/86 Z4 3.0si or Z4M, E39 540i and M5, and any of the M3's before the F80 are all cars i'd have. ......and maint be damned I'd love an old 8 series.
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