Question by Danny boy: What’s up with the 2011 Shelby GT350′s price? This is from Autoblog on the GT350… “Of course, all of that comes at a price. Shelby lists the GT350′s MSRP at $ 33,995, which doesn’t sound that bad until you realize it doesn’t include the base car. With the 2011 Mustang GT coming in at just over $ 30,000, the total price of the GT350 will actually exceed that of the GT500.” So why is it that the MSRP is $ 33,995 and the actual price is around $ 63,000? Is the 33K without everything or what? [...]
Question by Kato: Would you rather have a 2011 BMW M3 or a 2011 Ford Mustang 5.0 GT? http://www.autoblog.com/2010/08/24/video-mt-pits-mustang-gt-5-0-against-bmw-m3/ Motor Trend ran the two against each other and two are dead-even in the comparisons. Do note that the Mustang is $ 25,000 less then the M3, has better fuel economy, and (according to Kelly Blue Book, JD Power Assoc., Consumer Reports) equal build quality, though the M3 is still a proven champ. So which will it be? Best answer: Answer by Chloe’s DadM3 Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!
Question by Liberty: Which Toyota Sienna generation is better? Should I get the 2010 model, the old generation, or the 2011/2012 model, the new “Swagger Wagon” generation? Best answer: Answer by Mr. DinoThe current generation is one of the best minivans out there. The SE is actually fun to drive, believe it or not. And the price is cheap compared to the Honda Oddysey which starts at 29k. Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!