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Used: C7 vs M4 vs C63 vs RS5 Which car would you go with, why?

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Depends on year and intended purpose. Is the sedan C63 an option or are you keeping this to coupes only? If open to sedan and it’s a DD, the C63 with 4 doors. COUPE: 1st: probably the M4, in manual as it will long term likely be the most collectible and age the best. 2nd: C7 in a manual, preferably a Z06 for similar reasons as M4. It also permits no lift shifting. The C7 is less day to day practical which is why I list it #2. 3rd: C63 as V8s are inevitably going away and there is something so great about a luxury coupe with a fire breathing V8 loud pedal. 4th: RS5 - VAG products have consistently let me down long term with reliability, so I don’t consider owning them anymore. Maybe a lease deal. Styling is also the least impressive. My company specializes in automotive marketing & advertising support to agencies and clients. In addition, we are a licensed vehicle dealer that leverages our reach & knowledge to source the perfect cars for private clients. If you are looking for a car like this, please DM, we would love to earn your business.

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Can't argue with PA1. Legit advice!! Pretty sure PA1 is actually Doug DeMuro trying to hype 'cars & bids'.

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M4 takes my vote,I’m biased towards BMWs though followed by the c63. PA1 gave a solid breakdown

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