A comparison of two cars I would like to own: an Audi and a BMW

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A comparison of two cars I would like to own: an Audi and a BMW. Presented by: Paul Garlick Project 15: Buying Your First Car January 13, 2012. Audi R8 Vs. BMW M3 Convertible. Let’s look at the Audi R8.
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A comparison of two cars I would like to own: an Audi and a BMW Presented by: Paul Garlick Project 15: Buying Your First Car January 13, 2012 Audi R8 BMW Vs. BMW M3 Convertible Let’s look at the Audi R8 BMW I am a big fan of Audi’s because my dad had one when I was a kid. Therefore, I want and Audi, and the R8 is the coolest one. Safety features of the Audi R8 BMW The safety rating of the Audi R8 is 8.0. Below are some of the important safety features this car has: 4 Wheel Anti-Lock Brakes Side Impact Bars Driver and Passenger Head Protection Side Impact Airbag Knee Airbag Technology and Entertainment Features of the Audi R8 BMW The Audi R8 is a car equipped with lots of great technology and entertainment. Listed below are some of the features:
  • Radio (Standard)
  • Navigation System (Standard)
  • CD Player (Standard)
  • Subwoofer (Optional)
  • These features are very important to me because I love music. With the radio and CD player, I can listen to random music or my specific music. The subwoofer allows me to get the most out of my music. Finally, I have a horrible sense of direction, hence, the navigation system. Specifications of the Audi R8 BMW The Audi R8 comes equipped with 6 speed manual overdrive transmission. The engine is a 5.2L 560 horsepower V10 engine. Unfortunately, the maximum cargo capacity is only 6.7 cubic feet. City vs. Highway Miles Per Gallon of the Audi R8 BMW City MPG: 12 mpg Highway MPG: 20 mpg Average price per gallon of gas: $3.60 Average miles per week I drive: 0 miles Total weekly gas bill: $0 Now let’s look at the BMW M3 Convertible BMW I am considering buying this car because I am a big fan of BMWs. They have very nice luxury interiors. I would also really enjoy the convertible top in the summer. Safety features of the BMW M3 Convertible BMW The safety rating of the BMW M3 Convertible is 8.0. Below are some of the important safety features this car has: Driver and Passenger Airbags Safety Roll bar Trunk Anti-Lock System Vehicle Theft Tracking Panic Button or Alarm Technology and Entertainment Features of the BMW M3 Convertible The BMW M3 Convertible is a car equipped with lots of great technology and entertainment. Listed below are some of its features:
  • Cigarette Lighter
  • Digital Clock
  • CD Player
  • MP3/iPod Player
  • AM/FM Radio
  • These features are important first of all because I like listening to music in the car. I also need to be able to know what time it is while I’m driving without looking at my phone or watch. Finally, I need the cigarette lighter because my grandma smokes. Specifications of the BMW M3 Convertible Convertible The BMW M3 Convertible comes equipped with 6 speed manual transmission with overdrive. It has a 4.0-Liter, V8, Double VANOS(TM) 32-Valve, DOHC, SEFI Engine with 414 horsepower. It has plenty of cargo space with a reasonable sized trunk and even door pockets. City vs. Highway Miles Per Gallon of the BMW M3 Convertible Convertible City MPG: 12 mpg Highway MPG: 20 mpg Average price per gallon of gas: $3.60 Average miles per week I drive: 0 Total weekly gas bill: $0 Final Costs Convertible BMW M3 Convertible Audi R8 Starting at $114,200 MRSP Starting at $68,750 MRSP Thanks for Watching! Convertible BMW M3 Convertible Audi R8
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