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    anyone test driven one yet, if so what do you think?



    Regards



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    This is a man with 2 x Nap 500's and a pair of Art Emotions. for my money that's good taste in hifi:

    This however:




    Have a word with yourself Nige.. :raoflmfao::raoflmfao::raoflmfao:

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    wow great looking car.

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    its a bit of a blinger

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    For FUCKS SAKE.. It's a Mid Herts Kiddie Wagon with extra head scarf.. NOOOOOO!!


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    I can imagine Tim Westwood driving one with some pimped out wheels

    its a chav (wet)dream car - like the 350Z :lmao:

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    There are a few tiny problems with this model:

    1. It's a 4wd fake off-roader
    2. It's also a people carrier
    3. And a Nissan
    4. It's called "Moron." (Bit of a giveaway.)
    5. Just LOOK at the fucking thing!

    Not with the other end of someone else's bargepole.

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    is it a car, i thought it was a medallion, all it needs is a neck chain, and a hairy chest to hang on

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    rudolph hucker wrote:
    wow great looking car.



    Someone has taste then! and yes its a family car, I am seriously thinking of chopping in the Jeep for one.



    Then again I may look at the Jeep with the Hemmy engine!





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    thats Hemi, as in hemispherical, maybe you should get the murano afterall.



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    Yeah, it's a pretend 4WD. If you wanta hairdresser's 4WD, buya Freelander.
    I don't like stuff that sucks.

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    Not a family car at all.

    Pretend 4Wd should explode on leaving tha factory. Fucking road hogging gas guzzling kiddie killing peice of shit that is mate.

    I would suggest you trade the Jeep in for a car. Any car at all will handle better, be safer to other road users, take up less room, be kinder to the environment and you won't have every second car driver muttering "wanker" whenever they see you coming. (They really do by the way.)

    Make sure you get the bull bars so the grieving parents have somewhere to tie the flowers.





    Sorry mate, just had to get that off my chest.

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    yea hifiwigwam, but you can't deny it looks good though mate!

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    rudolph hucker wrote:
    yea hifiwigwam, but you can't deny it looks good though mate!
    No it looks shit.

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    hifiwigwam wrote:
    , be safer to other road users, take up less room, be kinder to the environment and you won't have every second car driver muttering "wanker" whenever they see you coming. (They really do by the way.)
    I know I do

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    ok i hear you!

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    No it looks shit.
    :raoflmfao:
    I don't like stuff that sucks.

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    This is a proper family car:



    Kids can go in the back with the dogs, every drive is an adventure, so uncomfortable that it makes you think twice about going anywhere..

    I love mine!

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    Don't understand any of this.

    Sheet of steel gets bent one way and it's "gorgeous"

    Sheet of steel gets bent another way it's "ugly".

    100,000 miles of stop/start drivingand 10 years of constant car park knocking, bird shit covering,corroding away nicelyon oursalt laden roads and they all end up in the same place - the scrapyard, with upwards of £80k+ relieved from your pocket along the way.

    The prettier/shinier it looks then it's either a candidate to get nicked orfor some nobhead to try inserting a key down the length of it.

    An ugly ignorant bastard is still an ugly ignorant bastard no matter how much the car costs he drives and if people measurehuman attributesby the badge and/or cost of the car then we really are a sick society.

    Not a case of sour grapes as I have owned quite a few expensive cars myself, until one day the penny dropped how much of my working life was devoted to buying and running these expensive over hyped toys. I will never buy new ever againbecause 45% loss on a £30k+ car in the first year is an expensivejoke for which I worked damned hard for.

    My two criteria for cars nowadays are comfort and cheapness. Unless I see theexamples ofhundreds of 30 year old cars with starship mileages from one makerrunning around looking like new, then I will stick to the 'untrendy' cars that are fundamentally sound, reliable, comfortable, cheap to insure and economical to run.

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    Leonard Smalls wrote:
    This is a proper family car:



    Kids can go in the back with the dogs, every drive is an adventure, so uncomfortable that it makes you think twice about going anywhere..

    I love mine!
    Now there's a smart man talking



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