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I'm curious...What made you decide to sign the papers prior to watching the reviews/videos of the car? Not to sound arrogant or mean but I probably would've done that beforehand. :p


After spending all of one minute on Google, ;), I did manage to find several videos so far:






As you may notice, the reviews/consumers of the Q50 3.7 Premium model run the gamut. I can't tell how much time you spent driving/testing the Q50 Premium at this point but I'll just say, pay close attention to these videos. :)

Side question: Did you get any optional packages on that Q50 Premium?
 

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I'll say, the value of the videos lie mostly in understanding the features of the car more than anything. As far as the driving goes, it's definitely a more personal experience that will vary heavily depending on the person, their preferences, and the environment/need. The videos can help shape your expectations but it's no replacement for a thorough test drive.
 

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My spouse is a car salesman (Nissan) and did most of the research. I tend to get caught up in every little negative that a reviewer reports so he suggested I go in and just drive the car myself. I did just that to see how it felt compared to my G37x. I asked lots of questions and felt comfortable with the purchase. I was just looking for "professional" reviews out of interest at this point.
Hmmmm..

Kinda like you watched a movie and made up your own opinion before reading the reviews? :p

Let me ask you this---and I guess it's already too late, but did you take a look at the Hybrid of the Sport models at any chance?
 

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I drove a Sport before the Premium. I can't afford the Hybrid or I definitely would have went with it. I haven't signed any papers, just had them bring in the car. I sign tonight. In the end I don't think I could make a "bad" choice with this car, regardless of sport/premium.
I.....would say, there is quite a difference between sport/premium in more ways than one and depending on your needs and what kind of driver you are, sure, there probably isn't a "bad" choice but one could be a much better choice than the other depending on the circumstance.
 
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