Ah but do they have an umbrella in the rear passenger door for the chauffeur to hold over their passenger when it's raining?
My car has all of the above btw...
Hey, don't get me wrong - the Superb Estate is an excellent large family wagon, only a churl would state otherwise.
An "umbrella in the rear passenger door" - what, like a Rolls-Royce Phantom? GIRFUY!
The only other car that has one. IRMC...
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An "umbrella in the rear passenger door"
Is that because the roof leaks?
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Which bit do you find hard to believe?
You doing anything in a manner which might be deemed 'correct'.
Just realized I was adding a non-existent "if" to your first sentence, which changes the meaning somewhat, forget I mentioned it.
I don't know about correctly, I just try to drive cheaply...
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I can't actually believe I read this thread. Zzzz. The amount of 'in terms of' this and 'in terms of' that is ridiculous. Buzzword central.
Not including this post there have been 64 posts to this thread, of which only three posts use the phrase "in terms of", one of which uses it twice, so that's 4 times in total, 3 of which actually came from the same poster, I hardly think that's excessive. I'm not entirely convinced that the phrase is a buzzword either, it's a perfectly normal thing to say.
Unless of course you don't understand the concept of quoting and think that each quote is actually a new comment, in which case you have any number of problems and I don't think anyone here can help you.
You must have plenty time on your hands, and I don't like your tone, insinuations or pious attitude. Thanks.
He does, and you'll get used to it.
I saw some piety in your original as well, though ('Zzzz', unquote). This is off topic and miscellaneous, you should expect irrelevance.
The above, ladies and gents, in one fell swoop is a classic example of everything that's so wonderful about the internet and its forums: a post that's witless, ill-mannered, fatuous, inaccurate - and let's not forget "pious" - and, in turn, totally irrelevant.
But hey, at least it has expressed its opinion
I thank you. And yours, dear replicant, is just a plain classic example of a selection of the posters on here - supercilious and egocentric. My post worked a treat in winding people up..... . You all fell for it, by design.
Your plan was to have people queuing up to insult you? Bit of a rubbish design that.
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Enough with the flirting already.
In other news, this is straying perilously close to House Rules territory, can we all stop it now please.
Crikey!, I'm almost sorry I asked now
Anyhow, thanks for all the "relevant" comments. In terms of the Octavia vs Golf (or indeed most other suggested alternatives, BMW Alpina included) it is a question of size matters and the Golf, much like baby bears stuff, is just right
Test drove a 1.6 TDI Bluemotion with DSG at the weekend and it was, I have to say, a most pleasant experience. I must confess to not feeling 100% confident with the auto box, felt like it was running away from me at times. That could well be due to not being used to it but it did seem to change up pretty quickly. Car had just about every extra going except leather seats which I can probably live without. Didn't have a brolly in the rear door though!
Only down side was the history. Looked to be an ex lease vehicle registered Jan 12 but yet to be serviced as it had a long life service plan apparently which meant it only needed doing every 2 years. However, looking at the dip stick, the oil looked to be in pretty bad shape.
As it may well have been thrashed by all and sundry, I'm still looking
I've never understood how VW do that, apparently it's something you choose when you buy the car, either standard servicing or long life but I'm not aware they actually do anything to the car regardless of which one you pick. All very odd.
On my VW transporter the service is every 25k the oil is very expensive as VW say it a long life product its done 120k now withoue any major problem tyres brake pads etc we will soon going over to mercs after some one suggested nissans and we bought 2 and found them to be uncomfortable and not doing as many mpg as the VW
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Notwithstanding how the oil may have looked, I'd take an ex-lease (or, even better, ex-Police) vehicle any time. They get serviced when they need serviced and fixed when they need fixed, no questions.
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