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Thread: Contemplating V purchase

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    Re: Contemplating V purchase

    6MN V Wagons just have the "oh, I didn't know they made those!" Kind of X factor to them. Seems like I get one or two positive comments a week on my opulence.


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    Re: Contemplating V purchase

    Got mine 5 weeks ago. I say get one and don't look back.

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    Re: Contemplating V purchase

    See? Just like an SUV


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    That's right the seat back folds down in the coupes so your golf clubs will fit no problem

    Get a COUPE

    Wagons are unique and all but in the end it's still a Wagon
    Not cool for a 22 year old to show up at his dates house to pick her up in a wagon no matter how unique it is

    Show up in a bad ass COUPE and you'll have her sliding all over those recaros
    Been there done that

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    PS. Not to sound like your dad or anything but if you have the cash now put some away in a IRA while your young, compound interest will be your friend when you get older, and you will trust me.

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    Re: Contemplating V purchase

    Pish-posh. Pay this coupe-lover no attention.

    I'm sure you already know the truth:

    If you have charisma, it doesn't matter what kind of car you drive.
    And if you don't have charisma, it doesn't matter what kind of car you drive.

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    Re: Contemplating V purchase

    Haha. I'm a finance guy so don't worry, I'm still putting enough away that I'll be set later on. I still leaning towards Sedan though

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    I'm a woman and agree with the coupe comment above!! Get a coupe not a wagon!!

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    Didnt read the whole thread but wagon screams Daddy or Hubby with a project. I'm both but drive a Coupe. When I gave up on cars, I had a Jeep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCalCTSV
    Didnt read the whole thread but wagon screams Daddy or Hubby with a project. I'm both but drive a Coupe. When I gave up on cars, I had a Jeep.
    The beautiful thing about the Wagon is that it doesn't scream anything...it's the ultimate sleeper. At the end of the day, it's a question of personal preference.

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    Re: Contemplating V purchase

    The wagon screams something in an alien language that nobody understands.

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    I have a thunder grey wagon and I love it. Even my kids love it.
    If I had no kids I would still have the wagon. It's just as fast, handles just as well and carries lots of stuff.

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    Re: Contemplating V purchase

    Quote Originally Posted by pat2t2f View Post
    I have a thunder grey wagon and I love it. Even my kids love it.
    If I had no kids I would still have the wagon. It's just as fast, handles just as well and carries lots of stuff.
    Hi pat2t2f,

    I am happy to hear you and your family love the V Wagon. It is a great vehicle and I am sure it is awesome to drive. If you ever have concerns or issues, please private message us. We are here to help!

    Sincerely,

    Laura M.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalfonse View Post
    I'm a woman and agree with the coupe comment above!! Get a coupe not a wagon!!
    And the target audience has spoken.

    Coupe it is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadillac Cust Svc View Post

    Hi pat2t2f,

    I am happy to hear you and your family love the V Wagon. It is a great vehicle and I am sure it is awesome to drive. If you ever have concerns or issues, please private message us. We are here to help!

    Sincerely,

    Laura M.
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    How come no love for me Laura

    Is it because I only drive a Thunder Gray COUPE ?

    I love my car too and even if I did have kids I would still drive a Coupe. Cadillac hit a home run on the design of the car in my opinion.

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    Re: Contemplating V purchase

    I own a wagon & a vette. My 2 cents is if your a tall guy (I'm 6'4) then I'd go V coupe and an SRX for utility. It is a small thing, but 2 doors for me just feel better. There is a longer arm rest on the door that makes me more comfy. Not saying I don't like the wagon, but if I did not want some more utility out of my 2nd car, I would have gone coupe. I sat in one before buying the wagon and just felt like it hugged me

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    Re: Contemplating V purchase

    Quote Originally Posted by Snotty Boom Body View Post
    And the target audience has spoken.

    Coupe it is.
    If you need that sort of validation.
    Wagon owners don't

    .Jinx

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