What car do you drive?

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  1. ticketyboo0

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    Mazda 6 ts2 with the 2l petrol engine. * hate it! Needed a car sharpish to get me to work when my trusty focus estate was too uneconomical to put thru it's mot. Wish I hadnt bought it, rear wheel bearing went yesterday so having to take day off work tomorrow to get it sorted. Should have stuck to fords!
     
  2. Fontaine Gold Member Gold Member

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    2018 Fiesta ST with the performance pack. Launch control is fun.

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    Enough performance without costing a furtune to run.
     
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  3. Johniebhoy.

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    04 VW caddy van,great wee machine,very basic but never let me down.
     
  4. The Prof Administrator Administrator

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    Stopped driving years ago, just couldney be arsed anymore.

    Fav car was the BMW 635csi back in the 90s, old boss used to give me the keys when he went on holiday. :57:
     
  5. PaulM1888 Gold Member Gold Member

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    4 Series Gran Coupe M Sport and a Seat Arona.

    No issues with the Beemer and next to none on the 3 Series before it; a sensor and a spark plug.
     
  6. Bonobhoy

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    Vauxhall Corsa VXR Nurburgring edition.

    and also

    S Max 7 seater for family car.
     
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    Had a go-kart when i was a nipper.
     
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  8. ddub11

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    20 year old yaris,engine light been on a few months now and still going.
     
  9. Mr. Slippyfist Gold Member Gold Member News Writer

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    Bmw 520d

    * is doing my nut in the now, boot has seized shut, one of my window wiper arms has decided to come completely off, low profile tyres are forever needing * replaced and I think I have a hole in my exhaust.

    Might put a few quid into tuning it up but MOT and insurance is up in july so might get rid then, I'll think about it...
     
  10. Onefootwonder

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    I've stepped back from buying expensive cars at the moment. I'm saving up for something a bit special.

    The car market is slowing and I anticipate the car finance market will take a bigger hit soon enough. I'm hoping some car prices will come down, but It'll probably just be the plethora of diesel German cars.
     
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  11. adequate citizen Zenon Gold Member Gold Member

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    v-40 (14 plate)
    had it for over 2 years now, no issues, felt like a big upgrade on a * corsa thing.
    am not into this stuff, would rather see free public transport like they have in such incredibly rich countries like Estonia.....
    once this is introduced in Scotland - cars can go tae faek in my books
     
  12. TimFloyd Gold Member Gold Member

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    I had zero issues with my old bmw 330d the engine was bullet proof and could take a hammering.

    Currently knocking about in a saab 9-3 TTID Aero, had it over a year now and put some stupid miles on it and its only ever needed tyres.
     
  13. MagnificentSeven Charly Musonda CSC Gold Member

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    Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic. 3.0L Diesel.

    Ideal for punting gear.
     
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    That tends to be my way of thinking... It's a bit of metal why would anyone spend 1000's on something that will rust. I guess it is why I'm going for a BMW or Audi - can still get some money back when I sell it on
     
  15. MeanGreenKillingMachine Batshitcrazy Gold Member

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    I recently got a Mazda CX-5. great family car.

    Buried a bmw 318 last year. it had been a great car till the problems started. never got rid of them and eventually it broke down.
     
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    Toyota GT86. Had it a while now though, might get rid soon. Fancy a mustang.


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    * scuddy * thread. 25 years driving, 11 * cars with not so much as a scrape on the wheels. I post my broom broom in hear yesterday morning and by yesterday evening I * reverse into a steel bollard fs
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    Mind would have been a lot worse if It didn't hit the steel crash plate just in behind the bumper.
    How did I hit the bollard, reversing into a well marked out parking space that some idiot put a 3ft steel bollard at the front off, couldn't see it in the mirrors just the white parking box lines. Really need to start putting my faith in the parking camera more. Cunty Cunty *
     
  18. LV426 Gold Member Gold Member

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    astra gtc, bit of a sheep in wolf's clothing tbh.
     
  19. Onefootwonder

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    I've not had a shot of the new ST yet. The new normal Fiesta is a really good car. The ST should be good fun.

    Do they all have flat shift fitted as standard, or is that an option?

    The GT86 is a cracking little car. They are great fun.

    A lot of people completely miss the point of them and think purely about acceleration figures. They are a little thirsty and need worked a bit even for normal driving.
     
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  20. Lecs

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    I bumped into a guy from Leeds who was a season ticket holder heading to the game at Hampden vs Aberdeen. Surely not eh?!

    I drive a golf myself, cracking motors. Automatic as well, nae * about with clutches and gears.