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IMO if a base car was all that I wanted, I'd look at other cars where there is more value for the money (i.e. 11 Mustang GT). The technology that Toyota packs in their cars is one of the desirable traits to them but GL with whichever route to go with.
 

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Yes, Ford is back and charging and Toyota is standing still hoping to hold onto its market share. Don't get me wrong, I love the product, but Ford is no longer that far behind in recent polls or quality ratings. Domestic, aftermarket support, cheaper maintenance and definitely cheaper to buy. Hell, I even think the taurus and fusion are winners. If only their service departments weren't such [email protected] (I've never had one good experience with a domestic service department) and that is were Lexus and Infiniti know how to do things right.

BTW, there is already video out there of the 11 GT running a high 11 with drag radials, aftermarket cat-back and cold air intake only. Yet to see the ISF pull that one off.

I'm not bias towards one or the other, I can just appreciate other cars that can do it as good or better for less. But I apologize for side tracking the OPs thread and wish him the best on what ever decision he arrives at and I won't inject again. The IS-F is a fine car no matter how it comes.
 
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