Plot twist: Hawk gets his S5 on a 3 year lease. First day he drives it home he finds its almost 20" longer than his Golf and has 5 " longer wheelbase. He has to do a 5 point turn every time he gets into or out of his roofless garage and the car barely fits the space with the door closed. He then decides to list the car on leasetrader and buys back his old Golf.
(Actually the S5 is shorter than the Taycan and has a shorter wheelbase so it should fit. I really wonder if the Taycan would fit though at 195.4"?)
Last edited by tincanman99; 02-10-2020 at 02:01 PM.
Edit - those autotrader signed cheque offers are full of horsehockey. Sure they offer it - when you go to collect/trade - the number does not match.
Prove me wrong.
And hey, don’t get all butthurt because we call you out for flushing cash.
You bring it upon yourself.
I have a friend trying to get out of same year spec R and he can’t get 23k in Ottawa....
Last edited by rammalammadingdong; 02-10-2020 at 03:46 PM.
Are people going to write a chapter about it in the memoir? No, it's a touch forgettable. Does it suit sporty luxury cars? Absolutely--it's extremely proficient at what it does, and I would suggest that it's biggest fault is...well...not having any faults.