AndyG_UK
ajg1974
3/31/20
3:45 AM
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Those wheels are amazing! A friend of mine had a VW Polo in the early 00's with the bear alloys, never have wheels caused so many random people to comment on them.

3/6/20
3:59 AM
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You need to take in to account that the price shown is the "On the Road" price here in the UK, all taxes, delivery charges, registration etc paid. Also it isn't much more than a decently optioned but slower and less wheel drive Polo GTi (in fact you could easily option a Polo GTi to that or more, mine was 27.5k with Read more

2/24/20
9:29 AM
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I used to have an 03 Astra 1.8 SRi in silver identical to your picture (even down to the none factory fitted SRi badge on the back!). It was surprisingly good car to drive. Also the 1.8 was rated at 127 hp, the 1.6 had 115 hp.

1/13/20
4:12 AM
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They are cheaper to insure once registered as a campervan and also no longer subject to lower speed limits on A roads and Dual Carriageway's (10mph lower for commercial vehicles).

1/12/20
3:08 AM
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This is a subject which I was talking to my brother about yesterday spookily enough. He has just bought a van to convert in to a camper (2017 Peugeot Boxer L4 H3). Him and his family are the outdoor types, lots of hardcore mountain biking etc, so the van will be set up for that, large “garage” at the back under the Read more

12/24/19
3:48 AM
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Good choice, we had 2 of that shape 3 at the same time for about 5 years. My partners was an 06 Sport petrol (UK spec so the 2.0) in Phantom blue (the weird green\blue pearl colour) and I had an 07 2.0td Sport in Carbon grey (plus mine had the optional electric sunroof!). Both great cars, good looking, fun to drive,

12/3/19
2:45 AM
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Good choices, I’ve recently upgraded to a 2700X on an X470 MB with 16gb 3200MHz DDR4 as well (you probably already know but incase you don't, you need to set the memory speed to 3200 in the bios), went from an i7 3770 and the different in performance is night and day. Where my old i7 used to be pretty much maxed out Read more

11/28/19
12:11 PM
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All F1 cars to have non-syncro 3 on the tree gear boxes with HUGE spaces between the ratios, none of which are quite right for powering out of a corner.

11/28/19
10:47 AM
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Autocar say the new Golf is bigger than the previous one in their first drive review “The new Golf is 29mm longer, 10mm wider and 4mm taller than before, with the same wheelbase.” Read more

10/30/19
4:11 PM
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Uunfortunately that doesn’t ring true as the French have a long history of make cars with amazing ride quality and great handling ones as well.

10/15/19
2:53 PM
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The 1 and 2 series are from a size class above all those (A3, Focus etc).

10/15/19
2:50 PM
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Well the i3 is a hatchback so you definitely shouldn’t consider it as a sedan, also the hatch version in Europe is called the M135i so the “grand coupe” version will most certainly be called M235i.

10/12/19
2:54 AM
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Got to admit that the plaid seats in my 2019 Polo GTi are one of my favourite things about the whole car, why anyone would pay extra for the awful “Arts Velors” trim is beyond me -

9/14/19
4:11 AM
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That would be because you’re a higher rate tier earner which is fair, plus you wouldn’t pay that (actually 40% not 36%) on anything below the basic rate allowance limit (up to £46,350), it's only 20% and you get a tax free allowance on anything up to £11,850.

9/13/19
5:54 PM
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Funny how in the land of the free people had to pay tax on their free cars while here in the UK it would have just been a (tax) free car.......

9/4/19
2:21 PM
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It won't be cheap and we won't even be considering it to replace our i3 next year no matter how cool it looks. New much cheaper and almost twice the range Renault Zoe it will be I think.

8/21/19
12:16 PM
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Hare in the UK, the land of MASSIVE depreciation on cars and esp ones with big powerful petrol engines, RS6 Avants hold on to their value extremely well.