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    Re: Car Recommendations

    Or you could just spoil yourself............

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    Re: Car Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by FairwayDodger View Post
    Quite like the look of that.... no boot space photos on their website annoyingly!
    Mazda3 boot pic

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    Re: Car Recommendations

    Hard to beat the Mondeo and ticks all your boxes. I have the 1.6 turbo petrol and their is no need for more. Boot space silly big and the space in the cabin feels unrivaled to me. Overtaking is as easy as it gets - this car can move when you need it to. Lovely car for cruising long distances/holidays and on golf overnight trips my friends always want me to take my car, not theirs. Not the ideal car for short bursts/journeys. It eats petrol, but you can't have everything. I'm happy to pay a little more for fuel for what I get in return.

    Also excellent to drive....so smooth and handles really well. I personally think it looks good to boot. Good luck in your search

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    Re: Car Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by bobmac View Post
    Or you could just spoil yourself............

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    If it's storage one is after, the boot on the Skoda Octavia is half as big again - and the Superb nearly double!
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    Re: Car Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by backwoodsman View Post
    If it's storage one is after, the boot on the Skoda Octavia is half as big again - and the Superb nearly double!
    The picture I posted has 550L which contrasts well with the 340L of Karens Seat Leon

    Karen also wanted ''a decent wee bit of acceleration''

    My car 0-60 is 8.5secs

    So storage and performance





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    Re: Car Recommendations

    On a slight tangent, I have my cart bag, my S7 remote trolley, a full set of clubs and my golf shoes, in the boot of my Z4.

    And I can still put the roof down.

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    Re: Car Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by bobmac View Post
    Or you could just spoil yourself............

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    So many cars....! Which one is this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FairwayDodger View Post
    So many cars....! Which one is this?
    5 door
    2L diesel
    Cruise ctrl
    Air con
    Parking sensors
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    Average mpg 52.3
    Top speed 130mph
    60/40 rear split seats
    DAB radio
    Heated front seats
    Start stop with keyless operation
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    Re: Car Recommendations

    So many questions need to be answered before you can make a choice!

    What type of driving......mainly city or urban?
    How many miles a year?
    New or used? You can get a PCP on a used car. £25k budget would get you a very nice nearly new Audi/BMW/Merc.
    Any preference between petrol/diesel/hybrid/electric?

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