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car advice

 
#1 car advice
21/09/2007 11:38

anon

I want to spend 16K on a car, it needs to do about 80k miles so should have less than about 50k on clock when i get it, i don't want german, must have 4 seats,

what should i get? saab, alfa? other?

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#2 RE: car advice
21/09/2007 13:07

POwer of Greyskull to anon (#1)

Alfa - I had a 147 about 5 years ago - bought it as my 1st car - looked beautiful, but iof anything can break on it, it will. Promised myself I would never buy another Alfa when I sold it 2 years later...

...6 months ago fell in love with the Alfa GT - bought it, regretting that decision already - been back to garages twice. I think the design team at Alfa are all ex ferarri, and the engine team are all ex Skoda. Useless.

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#3 RE: car advice
21/09/2007 13:20

billy to POwer of Greyskull (#2)

Why not german?

German or Japanese are the most reliable by far. Why not look at What Car's website?

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#4 RE: car advice
24/09/2007 17:14

Anon to billy (#3)

BMW M3/M5 all the way....

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#5 RE: car advice
24/09/2007 21:38

Littlest Hobo to Anon (#4)

Typical consultant, listens to the scope and then produces something blatently contradicting it.

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#6 RE: car advice
25/09/2007 12:26

anon to Littlest Hobo (#5)

i don't want german because everyone has a beemer it seems - soooo boring

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#7 RE: car advice
25/09/2007 12:55

anon to anon (#6)

Ford Galaxy with the rear seats folded down for extra room in the boot

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#8 RE: car advice
25/09/2007 13:51

what? to anon (#7)

Audi, Mercedes, VW?

You don't want a BMW because "everyone else has one"? Sounds like a sensible reason for writing off an entire country's automotive output!

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#9 RE: car advice
25/09/2007 14:44

anon to what? (#8)

BMW = sales rep or estate agent

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#10 RE: car advice
25/09/2007 14:57

MacD to anon (#1)

It has just got to be a Skoda.

VW / Audi engineering, Czech style - what better way to show you are a canny operator?

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#11 RE: car advice
25/09/2007 15:28

anon to MacD (#10)

does it have a heated rear windscreen to keep your hands warm during the winter when you have to push-start it?

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#12 RE: car advice
26/09/2007 15:54

Del boy to anon (#11)

If you don't want to go German or Japanese, you should take a look at a Saab. My mate picked up a 9-3 not too long ago and i was quite impressed.

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#13 RE: car advice
26/09/2007 15:57

Anon to Del boy (#12)

Bloody hell I would be impressed too if I saw someone pick up a Saab - cars are really heavy!

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