A couple of weeks ago I was watching a Fox Sports channel that was trying to sell you a new car.
I asked my friend how it was going, and he said it was great, but he had to spend money on it.
He went on to say that the car was only worth $3,500, which is still a great deal.
I don’t know if I want to spend more money on a car, but if it’s for free, I’m going to be happy with that.
My friend’s advice: Get an upgrade.
So, what do I get for my $3k?
The most obvious option is the $4k, or, I guess, the $5k that comes with the car.
The other option is a lot less obvious.
The Ford Focus RS is one of the best cars on the market, and it’s a $6k car that comes standard with a manual transmission and is a good value for the money.
I like to think of this car as an entry level vehicle, which means it will probably be priced at $2k to $3m in its final years of production.
But the real price for a car like that, when it’s available for a good price, is $6-7k.
That’s not even a typo.
The Focus RS costs a lot of money to buy, but once you get it, you’ll have to give up the luxury and performance of the supercar to have a fun and affordable ride.
The RS will cost $4,000 to $5,000 less than a similarly equipped car like the BMW 7 Series or Mercedes S Class, and the price difference is less than the difference between the new Ferrari 458 Italia and a brand new Lexus LS 300h.
That means the RS is still going to have the same amount of fun and luxury that the RS with manual transmission can offer.
When you add the $1,700 destination charge, the price of a car that’s going to last the same length of time as the RS can be anywhere from $4-6k, depending on the year and model.
So, if you want the most bang for your buck and the best bang for the buck, get an RS.