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That's good to know, i was looking at the newer m3 myself. I Never have owned any bmw before so I can't compare. So what's missing in the newer ones?

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51 minutes ago, ///M5 said:

Leftover 16's are NOT going for $65k lol.  The lame Vsport model is $59k, but that is not the CTS-V

Go look at car connection that's the prices they list. As soon as you type in CTS-V on google it's the very first thing to come up. 

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1 hour ago, Billy Jack said:

Go look at car connection that's the prices they list. As soon as you type in CTS-V on google it's the very first thing to come up. 

http://bfy.tw/7c3U

$85,595

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I was talking about the base not the V. I already said I looked at Cadillacs site and it said $86k.

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Normally reading comprehension is taught in elementary school, think you need a refresher.

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:suicide-santa:  :roflmao:  

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