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Discussion in 'Automotive Discussion' started by viper plus vette, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. viper plus vette New Member

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    this is a simple as it gets. rate the cars that you own and tell the pros and cons engine performance what the car is really good at, what it really suck s at... etc.
     
  2. HavockJoker

    HavockJoker PGR4 Master

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    Well ok I don't own a car cause I don't have a license but
    my father owns a 2005 volkwagon Jetta 2.5. its got excellent gas mileage very good speed and its decenlty equipped. Also my father owns a crappy 1995 volkwagon Passat GLX VR6. I hate the car it has a 2.8L VR6. Sorta quick but mad heavy. TERRIBLE gas Mileage.
    Yeah there you go.
     
  3. Baltoman

    Baltoman Baby Vipah :D

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    umm my parents own a Renault Clio Sedan, it has 88hp 1.0 and its an ordanary kinda expensive car here. oh and its Flex (can use Gasoline and Alchool).
     
  4. Car Freak

    Car Freak loves dirt too

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    One of the cool things about driving in Brazil... The flexibility of being able to use 2 fuels.

    Anyway my parents own a Mitusbishi Grandis 2.4 and a 2001 Mazda 323 1.6 4dr.
    Grandis is more spacious than Mazda (Obviously). The last row is also bigger than a lot of other MPVs I've sat in... But the 2nd row passengers have to contend with a fold-out table in the seatbacks of the seats in front. Prevents you from being properly able to stretch out comfortably. Feels quite powerful when you put the foot down though. I think it's down to the torque. However, the Grandis has a really LOUD idling volume. One of the things I don't like if I'm outside the car when my dad starts it
    The Mazda's interior may look quite small from the outside but actually is not bad. I think it rides quite well (a bit softer than the Grandis), but otherwise I know nothing else about how it drives...

    (I kind of get the feeling that VpV had our TDU cars in mind when he posted this, otherwise he wouldn't have put it in the TDU category?)
     
  5. YeOldeTDUMan

    YeOldeTDUMan working too much

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    This isn't in the TDU section, this is in the General Auto News & Discussion ... so I would take it he means it's for cars you physically own rather than virtually in TDU
     
  6. Car Freak

    Car Freak loves dirt too

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    eh? Then how on earth did I see it in the TDU section???
     
  7. ScaR

    ScaR New Member

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    must be seeing things.

    My mum has a 2004 Nissan Patrol ST-S, 4.2L 132KW intercooled turbo diesel/biofuel. Slow in traffic, heavy, great for towing/4WDing

    I have a 2002 Holden Commodore VXII 3.8L ECOTEC (Buick) V6. average MPG, heavyish, 152KW so not underpowered. :D
     
  8. viper plus vette

    viper plus vette New Member

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    my dad owns a pontiac solstice gxp. black paint black leather. turbo four 2.0 that makes 260 horse and tourque. plus a fifty fifty weight distrubution. THEY ARE STILL ON ORDERS ONLY!!!

    Btw i did mean cars that you own in tdu as well as in real life.
     
  9. Baltoman

    Baltoman Baby Vipah :D

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    OMG NO WAY, The Pontiac Solstice is like my second favorite car ever.. Always wanted a Viper SRT-10 Coupe on one side of the garage and a Solstice on the other side... YOU ARE SO LUCKY :p:p:p
     
  10. viper plus vette

    viper plus vette New Member

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    thanks my dad loves the color when its not dirty!! lol
     

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