That's what I'm saying, you want a fast sedan for under $100k? The only answer is ChargerPicky, picky, picky. OK, I fixed it.
And OP already said he doesn't want a GT. The world of high performance sedans in the $50k range is small. Now you could go across the other pond but that gets costly, fast.
I'd try it out before making the switch either way. See if you can't get a weekend test drive, or a rental. Don't drive the 350 at all for the duration. If you don't miss it, and really love the Stinger, do it. If, even for a moment, you have a doubt, it'll bite you in the long run. There's a ton of comfortable, practical sedans on the market with decent power and handling. There's only one GT350.What are yall thoughts if I can get a fully loaded Stinger GT2 at 46k price tag?(54k msrp) Would that make a difference? Right now I am leaning towards keeping to GT350 tho
The Stinger initially may be a lot of car for the money but at the end of the day it is still a Kia that is equipped with an 8-speed automatic transmission and provides nothing really special from a performance standpoint compared to a 2nd generation GT350.The Stinger has the twin turbo 368HP engine. it’s a lot of car for the money.
Serious question…That's what I'm saying, you want a fast sedan for under $100k? The only answer is Charger
For around the same price it's a roomier car with a much better soundtrack. UConnect is also a great infotainment system, very user friendly.