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About MikePhillips81

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  1. In the future just use this app : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dealersearch It identifies any car when you take a picture or it and tells you what make and model it is, like facial recognition for cars.
  2. Based on what you described in terms of what you care and don't care about... I'd go with the G35. It's the quickest in your lineup and has a good balance of luxury and sport in my opinion.
  3. Since this is your first car I'll just assume you are going to be buying used. If you are considering buying new that would be my first but of advice; don't! Lots of unexpected factors come into play for young people buying their first car that aren't expected. For example, when I bought my first car I was making about $250/week and made the mistake of buying a Lexus that landed me with a $400/month payement. I was thinking "I make a grand a month and still live at home, so I can handle $400 no problem!" But then the insurance came in at around $200, then gas, and so on. Before I knew it almost all of my pay was going toward my car in one way or another and I had very little spending money left for clothes, going out, etc. Keep all of these things in mind when buying your first car! The last thing you want is for it to change your lifestyle in a negative way rather than positive.
  4. I recently sold my '99 Range Rover HSE and it had a 6-disc CD changer in the back. Not sure about your model but installing the changer in the back may be an option you can persue if you want something that will hold multiple discs.
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