|QUOTE (sivispacem @ Saturday, Jun 29 2013, 07:04)|
| I'll leave it up to all of you to guess what that might be based on the following clues.|
1) It cost me slightly less than half of what I got for the Audi
2) It's from a very short (less than 9 month) production run of this particular model
3) It's forced induction, but not a diesel
4) It's bright red
The important question. Are the correct pair of wheels turning?
@Stefan - I read 308 and thought, "sounds pretty typical for a Ferrari." I guess Peugeot isn't too much different when it comes to reliability though.
@CJ Chris whatever - We don't have the Toyota version but if it's anything like our BRZ vs. FR-S, then the Scion might be a bit more of a stripper version. Our market's BRZ is basically an FR-S that's optioned out with all the goodies standard which I believe would include what would be some sort of sport package on the FR-S. So there might be some difference in how they drive right there. But an FR-S with all the same stuff is probably exactly the same to drive.