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      12-06-2013, 03:30 PM   #89
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Drives: 2011 M3
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: West Springfield, MA

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My $0.02.....

First, the value issue. Yes, the Mustang is and always will be a tremendous performance value. For all cars, however, as you go up the food chain, you get diminishing returns. Is a 911 turbo S worth $70k more than a GTR? This is very similar to the Mustang GT/M4 comparison. And for that matter, is a Bugatti Veyron worth 12 times the cost of a 911 Turbo S?

The Mustang is very hot looking. It doesn't have a bad line on it. The higher end models will really be something, I think. And....if GM can work wonders on the interior of the Vette, who's to say that the higher end Mustang models won't also have more upscale interiors and refinement. Time will tell.
Audi S6 * Audi S3 * Porsche Cayman GTS
--Former BMW M3 owner