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07-16-2012, 01:28 AM #11
Great videos! The Evora has enough power, but not too much that it overshadows the chassis/suspension.There are only four sports: bullfighting, motor racing, mountaineering, and troll hunting; all the rest are merely games.
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10-25-2012, 07:05 PM #15
Clean!2012 Ranger Rover Evoque
2012 Prius Blacked
2011 Jeep JK RDBLA Edition
2008 Mercedes-Benz CL63 (sold)
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1997 Saturn SL2 (classic )(won't Sale)
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10-25-2012, 08:16 PM #16Junior Member
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Sounds great! I've always like the Evora but I've wondered to myself that if I were looking for something in that price range, if I would go for a used gallardo, ferrari 360, a GTR or something.
10-25-2012, 08:45 PM #17
The price range isn't as high as a used G - even a high mileage one.
GTR it would be a good few years older, a LOT more hp, more techno doo-hichies driving aids, but drives completely different.
F360 - completely different car. MUCH higher maintinance but it's a Ferrari.
It completely depends on what you want. I use mine daily - I have put over 16000 miles on it in a year and one good track day - the second track day is coming up on Nov 7th. This car is completely DD'able and still is a hell of a lot of fun at the track. I am also not worried about the drive train because it is sourced from Toyota and does a nice job of getting you there quickly.
This car also turns a lot more heads than a GTR and at least as many as a G or F car so if that's your thing - it will work just fine. Though to do it properly you definitely need an exhaust mod as the factory one is SILENT lol.
10-25-2012, 09:04 PM #18Junior Member
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I'm really not interested in being showy but I would get an exhaust like yours for the personal satisfaction
In my opinion, the evora seems much less "arrogant" than a bright green lamborghini and seems to be more of an enthusiests car. I'm still a couple years away from getting one so I probably shouldn't think to hard about it.
Is there any thing that you would compare it to?
10-25-2012, 09:46 PM #19
The closest comparison is the Indi car I have had the privilege of driving around Texas Motor Speedway in handling - it does exactly what you want it to, when you want it to and it does it while being comfortable enough to daily drive.
As for power - it is fast but it isn't meant for straight lines so even a GT500 can beat it straight line but that doesn't bother me, I see 20 mustangs each way to and from work and that isn't what I wanted.
10-26-2012, 08:50 PM #20
I can dig it, didn't care for them much but after this I do. Nice work!