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Hello everyone,

The name is H13rarchy (hierarchy) and like everyone else am here to learn more about the ats-v. I currently drive a 2012 mustang gt 5.0 and although it's pretty quick I'm ready for an upgrade. I recently received a promotion and now work in the corporate offices of a pretty big retail company. Unfortunately though, I'm the youngest member of my department by at least a decade. I'm very interested in the ats-v because I feel it will help me appear more mature, hopefully helping with future promotions, yet still be stupid fast and allow me to have some fun. Plus it's a great looking great looking car.
 

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I honestly think anything will be better than my current car. I have straight pipes so when I start it the whole building shakes. There are a few ats' and even a cts v sport in the parking lot so I would somewhat blend in. Also, my mustang is a base gt so cloth seats, basic radio, etc. My fiance' has a mazda that is loaded and is much nicer in my opinion than my car, on the inside at least.I'd really be happy with navigation, back-up camera, and doors to the back seats!
 

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Mustang to Caddy=best car decision in your life LOL
I couldn't agree more. Really tired of the bad rep mustang drivers have thanks to all the idiots out that there. Not sure if my budget will allow for an ats-v but I have no issues picking up a used cts-v if that is the case.
 
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