I say go for it, you don't see very many G8's out there, and very very little GXP's
__________________ 95 Trans Am A4, factory 3.23s, Ram air, Phab Catback, shift kit, BMR front and rear sway bars, Lakewood LCA's, UMI subframe connectors, Random Tech TA, Founder's Performance strut tower brace and PHR
Do it and you will love the 6 speed auto very nice cars
__________________ 98 camaro ULTRA Z - A4 11.1 @119mph on motor
02 formula NHRA edition formula M6 10.9@122mph n2o
07 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 orange/black firstname.lastname@example.org no power adder, foot shifting, at 59 inches wheelbase
09 G8 GT 2.0 short 8.6 1/8th 13.2 1/4
Ours has been a good car.
My complaint about the manual is the screwed up hydraulics. The fluid gets dirty quick and the pedal starts sticking when it does, but thats a non-issue with the A6. I have the A6 in the V. Its nice, but it isn't as fun as the manual. Then again I'll never have to change a clutch in it and its all covered by the warranty. Clutches aren't.
Thanks guys , just jumping throgh the hoops right now. Getting a car fianced accross the border is not as easy as i initially thought. My bank cant secure collateral on the car until after its registered here. So either i need a cosigner or i need financing in the usa to get it here and then re finance it when it gets here. Ill get er though
Not looking good , when my bank looks up the cars value all they can see is the GT trim level pricing. Now they are trying to figure out why i want 35k for a car they value at 25k. Despite the fact that the person i got on the phone knew exactly the car i was talking about , right down to the hp...
Just bought a g8 gxp and question why when i could have saved 10k and went with a base gt. I can't get my HP tuneres to work on it but I may need the new bata version it seems. Very nice car for a DD, but to mod I think a Gt might me a better buy.