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So I was thinking about what could be learned from NFS Heat so that the next game doesn't make the same mistakes as Heat did. While Heat is still a fun game, it had its flaws, and the car list did have a few issues. So here are my thoughts on what can be done about the car list:
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This is a no brainer. New cars will need to be added. Say that we would want a car list of at least 150 cars at launch, so I would hope the following new, non-variant cars would be added:
If Acquisition of Toyota/Lexus License is Successful:
If Ferrari Finally Allows Aftermarket Visual Customization (otherwise, omit the manufacturer in its entirety):
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  • BMW M3 E46 (inherit the engine from the M3 GTR Legends Edition as an available engine swap and its rims as customization options exclusive to the car).
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  • Chevrolet Corvette C7 ZR1 (inherit parts from the C7 Grand Sport and its K.S. Edition variant and their customization options)
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  • Ferrari 458 (upgrade to 458 Speciale and inherit parts from the 458 Italia and 458 Spider and their customization options. Omit entirely should Ferrari refuse to allow aftermarket customization on their cars).
  • Jaguar F-Type (upgrade to F-Type SVR and inherit parts from the F-type R and the F-Type R Convertible and their customization options).
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Body Kits From Past Need For Speed titles to recreate for cars already in Heat (aside from the Legends Editions body kits which would be inherited as customization options for their respective cars):
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  • Nerf the acceleration and handling of the Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 2.8 by large amounts so that it will no longer be overpowered.
  • Remove the hard speed limiter so that cars like the Koenigsegg Regera can hit their actual indicated top speeds instead of what happened in NFS Heat where it was indicated to have a top speed of over 250 MPH but was hard-locked at 246 MPH instead when actually tested.
  • Change the stock engine sound of the McLaren F1 and the Aston Martin Vulcan to make them sound more like their real-world counterparts.
Note: This is incomplete but it should provide a decent idea of what the community wants regarding the cars and customization in the next NFS title.
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“Free” Hotel Stay: A Cautionary Trip Report (Warning: long post)

My wife and I took a quick trip to Orlando to celebrate her birthday and my completion of Step 1 of my board exams. It gave us a chance to use our new Companion Pass and to visit family down there. I’ll post a summary of my expenses and earnings, but they really weren’t that exciting. Spent mostly cash and a some points, which I’m ok with. But my main goal of this post is to review our experience at a timeshare presentation. Skip to the 5th paragraph if that’s what you want to read.
So back in the beginning of March, Holiday Inn Club Vacations called me to ask if I’d be interested in a 4 day, 3 night stay package for $200, with an opportunity to earn valuable rewards. They offered a variety of locations, including Myrtle Beach, SC; Gatlinburg, TN; Williamsburg, VA; and Orlando, FL. There may have offered other locations that I can’t remember. Anyway, Orlando is close to my mother-in-law, who we have been planning to visit for a while, and it seemed like a good way to make a “cheap” 4 day trip even cheaper. I booked the vacation package for $200 up front, and it was made explicitly clear that my wife and I would be required to attend a 2 hour long presentation or we would be charged the rack rate for the room. If we did attend, however, we would receive our choice of $200 back or $100+20,000 IHG points (the package that I chose).
So far so good. When we booked, they offered us a variety of Holiday Inn locations, or a paid upgrade to stay on the timeshare property, Orange Lake Resort in Kissimmee, FL. We chose to go with the Holiday Inn Across from Universal Studios, which was about a 25 minute drive from the Disney’s Magic Kingdom and a little longer to get to where the family lives. So a less than ideal location. Booking was fairly easy and straightforward, and then I scheduled the timeshare presentation for 8 am on Sunday, day 2 of our trip. No sweat.
We flew out of PHL 4/30 @7:05 AM. It was my first flight with Southwest in a LONG time, and I have to say I’m not sure if I love or hate the “cattle call” boarding process, but we got fine seats and landed happily in Orlando around 9:30 AM. We hopped in the car and drove to visit family, had a nice dinner, then checked into the hotel around 8:30 PM. Holiday Inn Across from Universal was a pretty standard Holiday Inn with a crappy pool, but the room was very clean and comfortable. At check-in, they reminded us of the presentation and offered directions to the location.
Presentation day, we woke up early and drove the 20 minutes to the Orange Lake Resort, a well-maintained, nice looking resort in Kissimmee. Going into it, we were quite confident that we would be walking out with our free stuff, and told ourselves that we wouldn’t buy anything, because we can already vacation for cheap with all the points we’ve accumulated churning. We had a strategy meeting in the car, where we agreed that my wife (a self-proclaimed sucker) would do her best to stay quiet and enjoy the tour knowing that I would be the bad cop who said no, since I had done my research and found that timeshare weeks at the same resort are being given away at resale sites by people who don’t want to pay the maintenance fees any longer. Confident in our ability to say no, we waited in the lobby for our tour guide/salesman to appear, and we tried to pick out the suckers in the crowd who would be going home with a time-share. Some people we agreed look like tough cases like ourselves, while others looked like they couldn’t wait to whip out their credit cards to purchase the “deal of a lifetime.” What fools we were.
Our tour guide was nice enough, and explained how he was there to just show us what a beautiful property they had, and somebody else would do the selling. Overly confident in my non-suckerness, I played along and listened to the tour, although my guard was still up and I still felt in control. Our guide explained that they wouldn’t be selling us the traditional timeshare weeks, which totally suck, but they would instead be offering us super awesome, flexible, transferrable (via RCI), bankable points! He also showed us around their presentation room and explained how Holiday Inn Vacation Club was different from all the other timeshare companies. They had access to more and better properties, they had the IHG name behind them, and (most intriguing to me) they have an A+ rating with the better business bureau, far better than their nearest competitor (Wyndham, I believe) which has a C rating.
I was still very doubtful. After all, I can accumulate points just fine on my own! I don’t need more points, I already have more than I can spend because of my limited vacation time. But I was intrigued enough to listen to the presentation, so I could laugh at how big a ripoff the points system is. They dropped us off for a video with testimonials of happy timeshare suckers. I laughed at their foolishness, then we got the close up look at the The property was lovely, with a very nice pool area, and the room they showed us was nice, although too big for us (a couple with no interest in cooking or cleaning while on vacation). I admitted that the property was nice (mistake), and we enjoyed looking before we sat down at the table for The Pitch.
The usual timeshare shenanigans began. We were told what the usual offer was (something obscene like $40,000 for 200,000 points per year). The offer was magically made better because I am an IHG elite (I laughed internally at how stupid these salesmen must think I am). The salesmen started offering better and better deals, until the offer was down to $8,000 total for something like 100,000 points every other year. I still wasn’t convinced. I explained how it was just more money than I was willing to spend without sleeping on it. They explained that they are somehow required to sell these timeshare points in person, and couldn’t offer me the same if I called them the next day. I explained that we didn’t have enough time to travel right now. They countered by pointing out that we had plans to travel in the future, and we would spend thousands on hotels in the next 10 years. I explained how we had hundreds of thousands of travel rewards points banked, and they brought in the points-nerd salesman. He was knowledgeable about award travel, and he was the first salesman to really get to me. He explained how he reads TPG, OMAT, and other travel blogs too. He showed me the 5-6 rewards cards that he happened to have with him in his wallet. He logged into his IHG account and showed me how he has about 1 million IHG reward points (Spire elite and Ambassador status) saved up IN ADDITION to his massive timeshare points ownership. He knew enough about the travel game to point out to me that my ability to earn points with credit card sign-ups was a temporary system, and that I would eventually run out of cards to churn regularly. He pointed out that there was no reason I couldn’t use IHG and Starwood points for short hotel stays and timeshare points for the rest. He preyed on my doubts about the sustainability of my churning habits, and pointed out (rightfully) that award redemptions are too complicated for my wife. He was good. He got me intrigued enough in the points program that I gave up my initial plan to leave after the 2 hour mark was up. We ended up chatting about points a little, and I showed him how you can buy IHG points for 0.7 cents, a trick he said he hoped to take advantage of. He shared some of his favorite IHG and Starwood properties.
I said no again. They tried to talk me out of it, they pointed out that my wife really wanted to do it (she turned out to be the weak link despite her best efforts). They explained that Holiday Inn wasn’t going to offer such an opportunity to us again. I still said no. They shuffled us off to the last link in the chain. He made one last offer that the previous salesmen “weren’t authorized” to make: 61,000 points every other year (enough for a Sunday-Thursday stay in Orlando every year) for $5500 + maintenance fees (~$500 per year). This is when I crumbled. I can’t explain that poor decision in a way that makes sense, because looking back, it doesn’t make sense to me. I don’t know if it was the look on my wife’s face when they talked about “investing in quality time together” or if it was the showboating, razz-ma-tazz Globetrotter math that made the points seem valuable enough to be worth it. It probably had something to do with the knowledge that we could afford to drop “only $5500” to make travel over the next 10+ years more affordable. My research had revealed that we could buy weeks for nothing on resale sites, but it had turned up nothing on points being sold, and the salesmen assured me that the points were extremely scarce on resale (half true, actually). In the end, we signed the papers. I went home and researched what I had done, and in the clear light of day, my decision making capacity told me that I had made a mistake and that the best thing to do was to rescind the purchase. Florida law states that you must SEND a letter of recission within 10 days of signing to get out of it, so our first day back I sent a brief certified letter stating that I chose to exercise my right to rescind and cancel the purchase. I’ll try to update the post when I know the details of how that worked out.
Aside from the timeshare debacle and its humbling lesson in how I’m not as smart as I think I am, our trip was great. We went canoeing in Wekiva Springs, spent the day with family in the Magic Kingdom, had dinner at Disney’s Artist Point restaurant (our favorite spot from our honeymoon), and generally enjoyed a break from the daily grind.
I’m happy to answer any questions people might have about the HICV program. The best advice I can give to those who are looking to try their willpower: Don’t go in there expecting to say no to a bad deal. On the spot, with little knowledge of how the program works (which you aren’t likely to have unless you already own), you might not be able to spot the flaws in the math or the limitations of the program that you would with hours to research on your own time. Expect to find yourself saying no to the best deal you can imagine, and prepare yourself to say no even though you feel like you are making a huge mistake saying no. If you are feeling brave, I’ve attached a photo for scheduling a package with HICV. I don’t consider this to be a referral because I am rescinding my ownership and I won’t receive points, but if it would be better for me to remove the photo and let people ask me for information, please let me know. Schedule your own 2-4 hour ordeal here!
Thanks for reading. I made a summary of my trip in table format below.
Expense Cost Approximate Value/notes
Flight x 2 RT PHL to MCO 20,916 Rapid Reward miles + Companion Pass $596 saved*
Flight taxes $22.40
PHL Airport Parking 44.00
Hertz Rental Car $233.36 4 days, booked through USAA
Disney ticket x2 234.30
Dining/food ~$250 some split restaurant checks make this approximate
Disney parking $20 Free parking when visiting restaurant at Wilderness Lodge
Holiday Inn Across from Universal, 3 nights $122.50✝ Not sure if worth it
Certified Letter Rescinding Purchase $3.77 Best money I ever spent
*I’m not going to fuss over whether it is 1.4 cents per point or 2.8, but I didn’t spend $596 that I would have spent without churning. ✝Paid $200 up front, $22.50 in taxes at checkout, and received $100 +20,000 IHG points back for attending the timeshare presentation. Could have chosen $200 back as well.
Points Earnings:
Transaction Amount Card Used Points earned
Dining/Food ~$250 CSP ~500 UR points
Hertz Rental Car $233.36 CSP 466.72 UR points
Vacation Package $200 CSP 400 UR points
Flight Taxes $22.40 CSP 44.8 UR points
Hotel taxes $22.50 IHG 112.50 IHG points
Holiday Inn Stay Accelerate promotion 28,000 IHG Points**
Disney tickets $234.30 SPG Biz 234.30 Starpoints
Certified Letter $3.77 SPG Biz 3.77 Starpoints (and a great night’s sleep)
**It should be a qualified stay, and I got a chat transcript with them confirming that before the trip, but we’ll see if it pans out.
Tl;dr: Got a “free” hotel stay, bought a timeshare, returned it. Emulate me at your own peril. Ask me almost anything!
Quick update: I spent like $4 on the certified letter, and had to spend like $12 to send back the book (they charge you $50 for the glossy member book if you don't send it back). They refunded my credit card within 10 days. $16 is a cheaper lesson than it could have been, but the time I wasted I'm not getting back.
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