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I just wanted to say that for the first time I drove a long distance (135 miles round trip) and the car drove like a Lexus---smooth,and when I needed to pass or speed up the power was there and thensome.I normally only put maybe 20 miles a week so for me this was alot and I cant say how pleased I am that I purchased this vehicle.Just wanted to share my thoughts because I know I'm not the only one...lol :D
 

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You must be planning on keeping the IFS for a long time. At 20 miles per week, that figures out to 3120 miles of driving in 3 years. It wouldn't be cost effective unless you plan on driving it until the wheels fall off.

My plan is to keep the car for at least 10 years. Hope there is still gas available in 2018.
My guess is there will be gas, but prices will be $12.99 per gallon.

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You must be planning on keeping the IFS for a long time. At 20 miles per week, that figures out to 3120 miles of driving in 3 years. It wouldn't be cost effective unless you plan on driving it until the wheels fall off.

My plan is to keep the car for aleast 10 years. Hope there is still gas available in 2018.
My guess is there will be gas, but prices will be $12.99 per gallon.

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i read that by 2020, cars will be required to have a minimum fuel EPA of 30MPG.
we better enjoy these v8s and gas guzzlers while we can, albiet the ISF is much less thirsty than its competitors the M3, C63, and even the Rs4.
 

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"You must be planning on keeping the IFS for a long time."

At least 10 maybe 15 years depending on the future market etc...There's talk that the "IS" is gonna take over for the slumping SC430 Coupe, with a 2 door coupe and a convertible coming and all will be available with the "F" engine to compete with the "M" and "AMG" classes.So that might affect the "F". Info from the inner circles....
 

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"You must be planning on keeping the IFS for a long time.My guess is there will be gas, but prices will be $12.99 per gallon."

People hate Bush...once he's out of office the price wont be so high.He's part of the reason for our gas... the SOB.... JMO
 
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