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On 2002-01-04 22:31, donwil wrote:
I also liked the WS6, but could'nt justify the price. I took into account that the WS6 has 72 more cubic inches and is just marginally faster/quicker than our Bullitts. Figured for the difference in money I could put a Super Charger on the Bullitt and have a hotter car and still not spend what the WS6 would have cost. Also, the 0.0% interest for 5 years was a major contributor as this made the Bullitt over $8000 cheaper than the WS6. Last, but not least I really like for the Bullitt stands for and it is a GREAT car for the price.
The WS6 is not marginally faster, but quite a bit faster than the Bullitt in both 0-60, 1/4 mile and top speed (evidence of this can be found anywhere). Also, like I stated in a previous post, I didn't pay $8000 over the price of the Bullitt, infact, I paid a lot less. GM offered 0% APR on the WS6 as well. I drove my WS6 after a week of not driving it due to bad weather and I cannot wipe the BIG smile off my face. Can't wait to get to the Bullitt tomorrow! Also, just as we speculate that Ford downplayed the HP/Torque numbers of the Bullitt, there is strong speculation that GM did the same thing to the Firebird/Camaro to keep from hindering Corvette sales. So this means that the WS6 is most likely stronger than it's published numbers and by driving it, I can easily believe it. Also, keep in mind that the Firebird/Camaro won the "Best Bang for the Buck" Award!! In all the WS6 is one amazing car same as the Bullitt.