Really? Everyone and their grandma has a BMW.bomiheko wrote: ↑It is true and its really sad when you think about it. My BMW really brought me into a different group of people. During university or even high school, there was always a class system and these people kept to themselves with the occasional hanging out with the other classes. My BMW was able to connect me with the upper classes, which in turn got me connections with their families and friends. This gave me the supplies to start my own import/export businesses and the startup money. They even gave me some insider tips on companies when I told them I was also into stocks, which is how I financed my car.
Not hating on BMWs because I drive one. Not for the prestige like you, but because its a relatively cheap fast car (modded 335) that has enough luxuries for me. Maintainance is not an issue for me post warranty because I get my parts at cost and pay my friend who is a licensed mechanic $30 per hour cash.