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Old 10-21-2003, 03:13 PM   #31
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We got em here, coming soon, $70 000, for that price I would rather get an M5...but lets not get off topic :P
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Old 10-21-2003, 06:02 PM   #32
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I didn't know they were pulling the Bonnies from Canada like that. Weird... I sure hope they promote the GXP as much as the Comp G.
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I also just drove a Comp G that GM lent my company for two weeks The tap shift is the nicest thing about it. The car has less options than ours and interior looks cheaper inside. I'm glad I tried it because now I know for sure I don't want one and it made me appreciate my SSEI even more. The window sticker was $30,965.
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jmp417, thats what I felt too............nice but a bit short..........tap shift was cool but thought once your on the highway its all over
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It forces your hands at 10 and 2 doesn't it?

Gimme my shifter...at least its something else to hold onto
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a silver 01 SSEi with 17" chromies and with a nice audio install and a CAI might be nice...lol, Taylor know where I can find one??? hmmmm
I think I got one of those somewhere.

I haven't driven in a Comp G, but didn't think tht interior was anywhere as nice or sporty as it should look. Kind'a plane for me. Outside is Ok. Guy up the block got a silver one, but not a GTP. Looks nice, but makes me like my SSEi even more.
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