Last post on Oct 11, 2006 at 10:46 AM
You are in the BMW X3 & X5
What is this discussion about?
BMW X3, BMW X5, Performance Mods, SUV
#26 of 29 Re: Pros v. amateurs [markcincinnati]
Oct 10, 2006 (8:40 am)
It makes me think my lowly Audi A6 3.2 could keep up with an Audi S6 V10 were I to spend $25,000 on training myself rather than on the upcharge reflected in the MSRP of these two vehicles.
Yet, were I to want to spend the extra $25K, I imagine I would spend it on the S6 instead of more training
I think you should try a few BMW CCA driving schools. I suspect that you will find that you can develop good driving skills for considerably less than $25K. You may even learn to enjoy nudging the envelope without having a host of Bavarian acronyms waiting to intervene to "save" you from disaster...
#27 of 29 Re: Pros v. amateurs [div2]
Oct 10, 2006 (9:03 am)
Next trip, back to SC, more of a vacation with a little learning kind of thing.
I didn't mean I would actually spend $25K on the training, I simply meant that were most people to spend some money and time on education and training they would almost certainly get more out of their current car.
I have no intention of feeding a V10 car either.
I'm more looking at either an Audi or BMW TD "if" they ever come to this side of the Atlantic.
Thanks for the tip.
#28 of 29 Re: Pros v. amateurs [markcincinnati]
Oct 11, 2006 (10:46 am)
They are busting your chops!