In the picture you see my first car ever. I bought that 2012 when I was 17 years old, so I`m now 23 and I`m really prone to buy anything that looks and feels nice. As you can guess, that car went to the scrap yard after Time Attack race when the connecting rods came out of the engine block to say hello at 2015. But this car is not the point of this story. Except I maybe had more fun with that car than I have had with these cars that I own now. Let`s introduce them right away
So I have Bmw 745iA 2002 4,4l V8 333bhp, Bmw E39 M5 Facelift 2000 4,9l V8 400bhp, Range Rover Sport HSE 2,7 TDV6 190bhp and Audi A4 B8 Avant 2,0Tdi for about 190bhp (with remapped ecu)
First purchase was Audi at Jan `17. Then I bought Range Rover, then M5 and last buy is 745i. I bought audi just to get some reliable and good looking car for commute (I drive about 25 000km per year which is about 15 500 miles.) I drove audi about 50 000 km (31 000 miles) and then my power steering pump and A/C Compressor broke and the repairing cost almost 2000€. So I panicked and sold that to my dad and bought Range Rover. Fun car but big mistake. I believed myself that it is a good purchase for the kids to be safe from the moose that we have a lot. And when I bought that I gave myself a permission to buy something for myself. So I bought an M5.
Sometimes it`s a bit hard with these "special vehicles"
745 came to house at August after 6 weeks wating it from the workshop and I drove it about week and it went back there. So i bought it before it really was even repaired properly. After 4 months I have driven it about 17 000km (10 500 miles) but there`s still minor problems that needs to be fixed, but it sure is a lot better than for what I`ve read about these, maybe ugliest, bmws ever.
Wanna hear more about some of these first?
I want you to tell me in comments below that what`s the car that you wanna hear first about these vehicles that have drained me over 10 000€ in a year.