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Offline Seanl

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Re: Wayne's latest car
« Reply #60 on: 09 July 2014, 22:56 »
My Nan has just bought one of these, in the same colour too. No offence Wayne, but I think they are proper fugly.............................. :whistle:
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Re: Wayne's latest car
« Reply #61 on: 09 July 2014, 23:44 »
My Nan has just bought one of these, in the same colour too. No offence Wayne, but I think they are proper fugly.............................. :whistle:

None taken, I am more than happy with my choice :smiley:
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Re: Wayne's latest car
« Reply #62 on: 15 August 2014, 08:13 »
So you slamming this Wayne getting some mega stretch and
Camber ?  :grin: :whistle:

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Re: Wayne's latest car
« Reply #63 on: 15 August 2014, 22:02 »
So you slamming this Wayne getting some mega stretch and
Camber ?  :grin: :whistle:

Nope :grin:

Done over 500miles so far and I am very pleased with it :smiley:
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Re: Wayne's latest car
« Reply #64 on: 15 August 2014, 23:22 »
I had a ford once, Hated it, when ever i put my foot down it sighed, moaned and im sure I even heared a little voice say "Really?"
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Re: Wayne's latest car
« Reply #65 on: 15 August 2014, 23:41 »
I had a ford once, Hated it, when ever i put my foot down it sighed, moaned and im sure I even heared a little voice say "Really?"

They have come on a long way, the Ecoboost engine is great and for a 1.0 it never feels underpowered
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Re: Wayne's latest car
« Reply #66 on: 16 August 2014, 00:25 »
to be fair it was a long time agao now, glad your happy with your new buy :)
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Re: Wayne's latest car
« Reply #67 on: 16 August 2014, 13:13 »
I had a ford once, Hated it, when ever i put my foot down it sighed, moaned and im sure I even heared a little voice say "Really?"
i had that with a v6 golf not long ago  :whistle:

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Re: Wayne's latest car
« Reply #68 on: 22 August 2014, 17:41 »
Wayne, you've bought a car the colour of sh*t.

If it was something sporty that could carry it off, or something prestige, then fair enough, but it's a people carrier, designed for the school run.

When did you last do a school run?
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Re: Wayne's latest car
« Reply #69 on: 25 August 2014, 20:01 »
Wayne, you've bought a car the colour of sh*t.

If it was something sporty that could carry it off, or something prestige, then fair enough, but it's a people carrier, designed for the school run.

When did you last do a school run?

The point that you and many others missed is that it is called buying a car to suit your needs and has nothing to do with family or the school run.

I do a lot of cycling so I need something that the bike will go in easy enough, this is spot on, not much bigger than a Fiesta plus loads of room.

Also it is really good on fuel and is cheap to run plus even with the recent holiday it still has less than 5000miles on it.

4 adults and a boot full of luggage yet 44mpg all day long and even with it being only a 1.0T not once did it struggle or felt underpowered.

I am more than pleased with it and knew that it would be hated on here but I cannot change that.
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