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Your Future vehicle

Discussion in 'Showroom' started by calster17, Nov 20, 2013.

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  1. calster17

    calster17 Resident rubbish car fan.

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    So, I'm sure some of us are planning our next car, maybe for next month...maybe next year or 5!

    So what car are you thinking of getting, or at least takes your fancy?

    Keep this real, as we all can't afford Ferrari's or Paganis....this is't a wishlist like that.

    Me? Well I'm planning something for maybe 2/3 years time, I'll have finished my apprenticeship so wont have to worry about getting kicked out of college, and forth losing my job. This is the reason why I never got the GT86 I very nearly got..in case this happened(some of you's may know about it)

    So my short list?

    Current gen Honda Accord Estate
    2015 Honda Civic Type-R...BUT only if they make it as an estate as well.(no pictures)
    Volvo V60 R-Design Estate
    Land Rover Defender 110 Pick up
    Citroen DS3 R
    MG 3
    MG ZT 260 (the V8 one) - Facelift or pre-facelift.

    and from them list of senable come the other end of the scale...

    Lotus Europa S
    Caterham 7
    Toyota GT86/Subaru BRZ

    So, anyone else know there shot list? Or not though that far ahead yet?
     
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  2. Emir13

    Emir13 New Member

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    This is a good theme to discuss and share opinions!

    Well, mate, I live in poor country where the most popular car is Golf 2 lol.
    So even if you finish college here you are 99% not getting job xD.
    And people here don't drive expensive cars and live bad life, so I expect I won't have a good car in the future, too (it's just reality).
    But when I get my licence (I'm 17 curently) I hope I will have one of these:

    Reality
    E46

    90

    And one I would really like to own is Brava, 'cause my dad owns one and it is awesome!

    Dream cars:

    M3 E46

    Supraaaaa

    300C SRT-8

    At least I can own them in TDU2 (SUPRA IS COMMING!!!) :)
     
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  3. T1M

    T1M ♥ MX-5 ♥

    If everything goes to plan...

    Nah but seriously, a Renault Clio 1.2. I found a specific one I want, but even if I can't get that one, then any 1.2 Clio will do. Not much else that takes my fancy in that price/age bracket tbh.

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  4. Emir13

    Emir13 New Member

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    Good luck, I love Clios! :)
     
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  5. calster17

    calster17 Resident rubbish car fan.

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    @Emir13: Both the E46 & Audi 100's are nice cars!(Although not a fan of modern Audis, I'd easily own a 100!).

    @Tim: As i said about the Clio Tim, cracking little cars! :D Reason why I got one as a stop-gap car when I needed to work on the civic was because I loved my first one! For a 1.2, even the 8V there nippy wee things!

    If you don't get that Clio pictured...theres a Nice ZT-T behind it for only £1500 ;)
     
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  6. Emir13

    Emir13 New Member

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    Yes mate! That's it! I love old Audis, specially 80 'n 100.
     
  7. Ryzza5

    Ryzza5 Notable Member

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    Ideally (following successful pCARS release): Audi S3 8V Sportback

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    Although the A3 1.8T Quattro would be nice as well.

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    Bit annoyed to hear that the Audi Connect online features aren't an option here, since I'd want the Google Earth maps integrated into the car with the tech pack (other map providers aren't great in Australia).


    New Golf GTI may be good but over here it comes preloaded with options I'm not interested in which inflates the price, especially if I add the options I do like, and I'm not a big fan of it's looks (inside and out).

    My car's extended warranty runs out on 1 Sep 2014 so that will be the time to seriously start looking.
     
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    People can say whatever they'd like about Audi drivers.. They're beautiful and AWD and I want one. :lol:
     
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    superhyper mamamamamamamadness

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    I want a bigger and possibly AWD Audi next :hmmm: Maybe a A3 8P Sportback, though those tend to have ridicculous prices around here :( Mom's been speaking to me about me possibly getting the CRV in the future :hmmm: But I have been looking into getting a Subaru as well. No idea what I'll end up with but I'll stick to my 8L for another year or so, so I'm not that worried yet :)
     
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    *chants* SUBARU, SUBARU, SUBARU
     
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  13. T1M

    T1M ♥ MX-5 ♥

    :hmmm: So everyone's gonna end up with an Audi? :lol:
     
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    Ryzza5 Notable Member

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    Either that or a Honda CB500 motorbike :lol:
     
  15. superhyper

    superhyper mamamamamamamadness

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    The 8V A3 is ridicculously good looking imo Ryan, can't go wrong with that :nods:

    My uncle sold his 8P and bought a 8V to replace it just last week, I gotta go down and test drive it some day :D (Though that's mainly his wife's car, he drives an A5 Sportback himself >_>)
     
  16. Fear Deer

    Fear Deer Mc dolan hambargre luvin

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    Perfect world :rolleyes:
     
  17. calster17

    calster17 Resident rubbish car fan.

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    Things are bland looking as it is, that'd be the last thing we need ;)
    Jokes, not wanting to start a Cal Vs. The world Audi battle here!

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    It's interesting seeing what everyone's considering.

    My list annoys me, as head says any of the sensible ones, wheres heart says EUROPA or 7, and considering they would be used, they'd be cheaper, so less of a monthly payment and such!
     
  18. randomsox10

    randomsox10 Hachi-Roku

    I'd quite like to get the Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ. I need something way smaller than my truck and gets better gas mileage if I'm going to live in LA or San Diego in college. And they are just such cool cars and are drive so well. Plus one of the schools I applied to is not even an hour from Willow Springs Raceway so that's a plus.
     
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    Ryzza5 Notable Member

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    It was nice knowing you Ozz :lol:




    If you get the B&O speaker and Interior Lighting package for the new A3/S3...

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