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View Poll Results: 2.0L Stinger Premium vs base Stinger GT, which would you choose?

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    In canada, base GT come with sunroof, AWD.... There just some little difference between Base vs Limited, like directional headlight, driving sensor assistence, ventilated front seat, GPS and harman kardon audio system. I choose base model for 8k less.

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    I went through the same decision and decided to get a low mileage used GT.

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    Test drove both the V6 and V4, to me the V 4 is powerful enough to smoothly commute, I have an R8 and a Cayman S so don't need a show off car, need a smood and awesome daily.

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    2.0L Stinger Premium vs base Stinger GT, which would you choose?

    I had the same choice and went with the 2.0. It’s fast enough for daily driving. Like someone else said, the options make the car. Adaptive cruise is pretty awesome. This is coming from someone whose previous cars are a 17 and 14 Chevy SS, Pontiac g8 and 4 LS1 f bodies.


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    If your pocket book says you can only afford the 2.0L then don't test drive the 3.3. I did and to tell you the truth if I couldn't have afforded the 3.3 I would have bought a different car. I wouldn't have been happy with the 2.0 after driving the 3.3

 

 
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