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Discussion in 'General Off Topic Chat' started by Syphon, May 3, 2011.
You sure you don't need a camera man or a luggage handler??? Lol
This is mint - nice one
Question - how about an arosa replacement? Lightweight with a 2pot turbo diesel and 80mpg / <100g/km co2 for free road tax? 750kg or something like that, nippy/sporty/fun to drive for that daily commute.......
That's what I'm thinking.. maybe some hybrid thing, but a dinky diesel would be pretty cool.
Theres a massive market for frugal commuters, that actually are a bit fun - like that gordon murray designed thing that i've seen a few times in autocar
Next big thing imo.
Starting to think about packing. Car arriving in the morning, will post some piccies when it's here.
I'm a little bit excited as you might imagine.
Enjoy it guys, looking forward to the updates. Scott do try to contain yourself, the seats may not be wipe clean like the Leon Cupra R you borrowed.
White Ibiza FR has just turned up on the drive
Are the neighbours curtains twitching.
LOL, probably. I think most probably think I work for SEAT though.
Where are the pics already?
Scott has just tweeted a quick shot of the FR, posted here for those without twitter.
But I'm sure they'll be many many more to come over the next week.
I'll update folks on here with the latest coming in from twitter.
The car is good fun to drive, nice and poky and go-kart like, despite being a five door. Range saying well over 400 miles at the moment, which will of course adjust as I take it a bit steadier on the way down to pick up Mark bright and early tomorrow.
Is it comfy, because your going to be sat in it for a while, or are you taking a cushion.
Another pic just hit Twitter.
Yes the seats are nice and comfy thankfully. Might pack an inflatable donught though just in case.
Lol Scott re doughnut
Bet it won't stay that clean for long...
If your on the A303 early am I'll keep an eye open... Enjoy..
Already a bit dirty
Well I'm packed & waiting for Scott to arrive and get me early doors tomorrow.