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Would you rather drive? 2: Drivable Boogaloo


#63

Late 90s German roadsters


Porsche Boxster 986

Mercedes Benz SLK R170

BMW Z3 M E36/7

  • Boxster 986
  • SLK R170
  • Z3 E36/7

0 voters


#64

That’s clearly the Boxster for me chief


#65

Z3, can’t help it I’m a bimmer boi :smile:


#66

Boxster tbh, other two just look like they’re… pretty awkward.


#67

The boxster’s lights are awkward, there’s a reason it’s not like that before or after.


#68

It’s easy to say that plenty of 90s styling is awkward.


#69

The SLK gets knocked down some pegs because it’s aged atrociously, whenever I see one irl my first thought is 90’s shitbox and then it registers, oh that’s a Mercedes


#70

Obvious choice: Only one of those is any good to actually drive.


#71

Easily the 986 - it was the best to drive out of the three, and sold well enough to save Porsche from financial collapse. And the economies of scale brought on by this new platform allowed them to ramp up production of the water-cooled 996 when it arrived the following year.


#72

RULE BRITANIA! BRITANIA RULES THE WAVES!

Pretty sure that Lotus tuning of the car is the only British thing about it, the rest of the car is German as well.

OT:

"Would you rather… (Late 1990s Swedish performance family cars edition)"

Volvo S70R

Saab 9-3 Viggen

  • Volvo S70 R
  • Saab 9-3 Viggen

0 voters


#73

Tricky one, but I’m going with the Volvo.


#74

Gotta be the Viggen. Love a Saab and/or Scania.


#75

Very tricky, but Saab Viggen is cooler


#76

Late 2000s sedans

Honda Accord

Mazda 6

Volkswagen Passat

  • Honda Accord
  • Mazda 6
  • Volkswagen Passat

0 voters


#77

Passat because this exist:


#78

I was assuming base models, otherwise I agree.


#79

I was targeting standard models like 2.0tdi passat


#80

Accord has relatively the cheapest parts price between the three.


#81

I’d take the Accord except for us it was an Acura TSX

Also, I would commit heinous acts for a 6-speed equipped TSX Sportwagon


#82

Little known fact: That generation of the Mazda 6 has the option of a 3.7L Ford Cyclone V6. DOHC, 24 valve, 275 horsepower and I think 272 lb-ft of torque, and a 6-speed automatic. I’d rock the hell out of that.

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