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Sunday, November 09, 2014

Jefferson's ALL TIME Favourite cars!

In this blog entry, I'd like to Answer this Burning question.  A lot of people around me often asked the following cars:

1) "What is your ALL TIME Favourite car/s?"
2) "What is your dream car?"

Well I'll answer question 1 and 2 now.

Question 1:

My ALL TIME top 3 favourite cars.

1) BMW F11 5-series touring

Especially 520d and 535d M-sport touring

Here's why:

2) BMW F31 3-series touring.

Especially 320d Efficient dynamics and 335d.

3) Hyundai VF i40 2.0GDI Tourer Plus

As you can see, I'm a Estate/ Wagon and sunroof lover.  I rather buy Estate / wagon than Boxy, ugly MPV.

Only MPV I Like is the NEW Odyssey 2.4 Earth dreams EXV.

Question 2:
What is Your Dream car?

1 and only 1.  The Ultimate Acura NSX (Honda NSX in other parts of the world)

The NSX is SO GOOD that it SHOCKED the SUPERCAR world at it's launch back in 1990.  Back then, Supercars were Un-reliable (Ferrari and Lambo), temperamental (All Italian supercars), tail-happy (Porsche), not-user friendly (All Supercars) and uncomfortable (Lambo) to drive.   Ie. can't be daily driven.  This NSX is your EVERYDAY Supercar.

 It's SO GOOD that Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini all used the NSX as benchmark for their Porsche 993, Ferrari 355 and Diablo respectively.  

Read here
 and here:

Anyway, in my own words...  It's the WORLD'S 1st ALL ALUMINIUM construction, titanium connecting rods, electric power steering AND V6 VTEC.  It's MR (mid-engined RWD) configuration ensuring 50:50 weight distribution.  Adding value, the late Ayrton Senna lent a hand in Chassis rigidity Development and tuning the NSX.  THIS CAR's SO GOOD that it's on sale from 1990 to 2005 with minimal changes.  

But only a handful (limited) units sold in Malaysia.  Finding 1 Excellent condition  is like finding a needle in a haystack.

That's why I said it's my Dream car.  All is not lost, A 1:18 100% accurate Die-cast model by AutoArt asking for RM650.  Saving money to buy the Replica.

That's all folks, thanks for having the time to read this blog entry.  

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