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Discussion in 'Automotive Discussion' started by Microphone, May 13, 2016.
I have submitted my entry, post #2 :cheeese:
Those MLs are holding their prices rather well for something that looks.... like that
That IS is aging rather well, really good choice.
Stating that your 3rd car is a project car and having spent all your budget doesn't make us any lenient on you Should I edit mine and state my MX-5 is a complete project car and that it's going to be turned into a track beast?
Always loved those Galants though, they were my fav car to drive in GTA IV haha
Well.. I mean.. it drives, okay?! It's just a little rusty. I'm quite proud of my choices though, especially the Lexus. Absolutely something I'd buy, and not because fanboy but because they're actually superb cars for the money.
And yup, the 3 i've picked I'd love to own (if they worked ). This is why I was trying to get CLR to change his MG as I was rather cynical as to whether he'd actually buy one given the money
Changed my entry, Dave dropped the Jack and went for a Jag instead.
Heh, the IS' instrument cluster looks more expensive and luxurious than the newest OLEDTFTLCDNVIDIA displays in the S-class & Co.
It sure does, but that isn't much of a challenge now is it? I actually find it kinda cool. Wouldn't be my first choice but a nice difference from the rest.
Did anyone work with the idea that they could negotiate slightly lower prices? Or is that verboten?
Not sure it's possible to take it into account, different cultures have different opinions when it comes to negotiating and even then it's all fictitious and any figure discount anyone comes up wouldn't really have much justification.
and you'd have to call the seller to negotiate, too
I don't want to pay the phone bills.
Closing this in under 2 hours, would be nice if any other members want to join in, if not, make sure you're happy with your decisions people
2001 Range Rooney Vogue - £2995
I do quite like the old Land Rover and Range Rooneys and I'm sure that they can handle a few wet leaves on the road with great ease.
2005 Audi A4 Avant S Line - £2995
What's not to like about the estate Audis? Just about enough power, it can transport a loaf of bread in comfort and it should be good at munching those motorway miles without breaking a sweat. It even comes with the indicators that are optional features on all German cars.
An Mini! - £700
Who doesn't like a project? Or a classic Mini? The remaining £810 would go on getting it road worthy.
dat mini :toof: