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Cadillac XLR-V Series Forum Discussion, XLR-V Overpriced at a $100K MSRP in Cadillac V-Series Forums; Originally Posted by figgie I could drive a yugo or an S500 or a X (where X = what ever ...
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    Re: XLR-V Overpriced at a $100K MSRP

    Quote Originally Posted by figgie View Post
    I could drive a yugo or an S500 or a X (where X = what ever car you think I own). I pur chase cars based on what I think not what everyone else thinks, and in the end, what I drive is irrelevant to the point.
    Lol....you're telling a group of XLR enthusiasts that you buy cars based on what you think not by what everyone else thinks. Yeah, we all know XLR owners got their cars because everyone in the neighborhood happens to have one.

    Seriously, if you drove anything halfway descent why wouldn't you tell someone that asked (irrelevant or not)? There are guys on Ferrarichat that have a half dozen Ferraris and post photos and aren't afraid to do so. Its not like the guy asked for your CC info or SS #.

    That aside, news flash....all luxury cars are overpriced.

    What the MSRP states and what a dealer is willing to sell a car to you for are two completely different things in case you didn't know that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 50cal View Post
    Lol....you're telling a group of XLR enthusiasts that you buy cars based on what you think not by what everyone else thinks. Yeah, we all know XLR owners got their cars because everyone in the neighborhood happens to have one.

    Seriously, if you drove anything halfway descent why wouldn't you tell someone that asked (irrelevant or not)? There are guys on Ferrarichat that have a half dozen Ferraris and post photos and aren't afraid to do so. Its not like the guy asked for your CC info or SS #.

    That aside, news flash....all luxury cars are overpriced.

    What the MSRP states and what a dealer is willing to sell a car to you for are two completely different things in case you didn't know that.
    well meet the first guy that doesn't.

    as the old 7up commercial said, never have, never will. As I have stated on other car board, i have zero to prove to anyone. The people that know are by my own choosing. The ferrari guys want to post thier collection, more power to them! I don't post anything

    as for MSRP and dealer selling car. I am well aware of all the hold backs, manufacture to dealer incetives etc to know full well about that
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    Re: XLR-V Overpriced at a $100K MSRP

    Quote Originally Posted by figgie View Post
    1956? then stayed out until 2002 and lost in the lemans series... you know what they say about being 2nd... it is another way of saying loser.
    Cadillac did well in the 1954 Carrera Panamerica, performance wise they were the first company to introduce the first american V8 engine in 1914 and there was the V16 they first introduced in 1929.
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    Re: XLR-V Overpriced at a $100K MSRP

    Quote Originally Posted by figgie View Post
    Overpay is relative..

    to end my rebutal with cadillac and image I am going to use three words

    Allante
    Cimmaron
    Catera

    and I am exiting stage left
    Couldn't find stage left?
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    Re: XLR-V Overpriced at a $100K MSRP

    My opinions are based on the fact that I like to smell my own farts.
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    Re: XLR-V Overpriced at a $100K MSRP

    The old 7up slogan was "Never Had it... Never Will".
    It does seem suitable for you based on what I see of your posts to date.


    Sorry for the jab, I couldn't resist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesda View Post
    My opinions are based on the fact that I like to smell my own farts.
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    Re: XLR-V Overpriced at a $100K MSRP

    And that concludes our show for the evening!
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