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Thread: What does it feel like to drive a ZHP?

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    What does it feel like to drive a ZHP?

    Hello all, as many of you have probably noticed I've been floating around this forum over the past couple weeks and have really started to enjoy it. Getting into looking at and reading posts and looking for these cars is fast becoming a staple in my daily routine.

    That said, I still have never actually driven one. I have driven (all not mine) BMW's (E46 330xi, 330ci, E39 540i, E90 335i, etc) but never the ZHP. I've enjoyed all of those experiences, well, that's a lie the 330xi was a bit boring due to the AWD, but all the others put a smile on my face. So, my question to you all is, how would you sum the ZHP up? What does it feel like to drive one?

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    Tingly genitalia...
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    They are soo great you end up buying two of them.

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    I'm on my second ZHP. It just feels real. I'm not sure if that makes sense, but I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avetiso View Post
    I'm on my second ZHP. It just feels real. I'm not sure if that makes sense, but I love it.
    That does make sense, as that is the same sort of feeling I got from the other models I've driven. Connected with the road, I guess, is another way of saying it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vas View Post
    They are soo great you end up buying two of them.
    Three, in your case, right?

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    Like warm apple pie

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoVAphotog View Post
    Three, in your case, right?
    Haha. Yeah 3 sedans in the family.

    But the feel of the car is the biggest reason to why it's great. Nice and planted on the road. Plus the design of it looks nice and not outdated

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    For me it's a great all around car, not too fancy, nor too plain, not too fast (not too slow), decent MPG, very comfortable but also sporty. BMW really hit a home-run with the chassis/suspension. The e90's feel cheap in comparison to a well maintained zhp

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