stannis wrote:Only the worst kind of people would judge someone for driving an Accord.
As if any other type of person lives in LA?
cookiejar1 wrote:los blancos wrote:Caring what others think is dumb and low IQ.
bro, do u even la? welcome to best coast
Old Gregg wrote:i dont see how a c-class or a 3 series is "try hard." it's a luxury car that isnt as large as a 5 series or as ugly as an E class. the 3 series also has outstanding residuals. id get the car because it's a great car and great for living in a big city, not because i "couldnt afford" the mid-level car. the 5 series is a great car, but i think id have a hard time parking it places, and it would be too large for my needs.
anything below a porsche 911 screams "try hard" for sure.
IMO, a good buy is a good used 3 series.
i dont drive anything right now, but might look in the next 12 months or so if the finances shape up well enough for it to make sense.
in terms of what my colleagues drove: nicest i saw was an M3/S4, and shittiest was about as shitty as you can imagine. average car for an associate that i saw was a used luxury car in the 3 series range or some equivalent thereof.
bruinfan10 wrote:it's pretty try-hard dude. there are comparable cars with way better value, people get a 3 series or a c-class cause they want to be a person that drives a bimmer or a mercedes, not because they're smart. and the rough analog to an e-class in your scenario would be the m3 not a 5 series.
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