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Well from my wayyy earlier post, my MG ZT 190 went beyond economic repair (that and £280 road tax and £75 every 3 weeks in fuel)

 

so I got a b6 Passat ..... what a mistake, everything that could fail ... failed and I do mean everything (steering column lock, turbo, even vw dealer failed to tighten cam bolts when I had the belts done, EPB, injector wiring loom etc etc)😡 .... 18months of .... hell😡

 

so for the past year I now have a 2016 Nissan Leaf .... motoring has never been sooo cheap (£15-£20 a month electric, no road tax etc), no cambelt, no clutch .... just brilliant!

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My second very expensive hobby. Not the most ideal car for woodland airsoft, should probably invest in a runaround that isn’t decked. 

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Getting a little long in the tooth now but my first car that ive owned for almost 7 years now

 

2008 bmw Z4 2.5 si msport

Bought with under 40,000 miles still has less that 75,000 on it.

 

Ignore the s*&t hole its parked in that was the car park behind mine and my partners starter flat, we finally got out of that hell hole and bought our first house in November.

Thats her immaculate 1998 mx5 Berkeley edition hiding behind my car and it as an absolute joy to drive.

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Used to drive this Celica GT4 - now drive this :(

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it's my turn! I want a go!

 

started out in my family's runabout - '09 Toyota Yaris with the 1.0 Aygo engine. very practical and sipped fuel, but had less pulling power than a bluebottle fly.

 

as you'll see, I'm a sucker for cheap black VWs.

 

bought myself an '05 Golf TDI for cheap, cleaned it up, changed the coil springs and drop links, and sold it for double what I paid for it.

 

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currently on Polly, my '06 Polo 12V. bought her for cheap as an MOT failure, fixed and cleaned her up, now looking to do a few upgrades - 16" alloys, nicer steering wheel, dent delete, scratch delete...

 

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would love a Mk6 Golf TSI/TDI in the future.

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 I bought a Mazda Cx-30 2020 at the end of June 2020, after I sold my 2011 Mazda 3. So what can I say: Pros of the car: Bright, expressive exterior and interior design. Excellent handling. Good soundproofing of the cabin. Cons of the car: Problems with the build quality of the cabin The cabin is cramped inside, in comparison with competitors. Fuel consumption in the city is relatively high for a so-called hybrid engine. "Jerking" of the gear box when the 1st and 2nd gears are turned on.  My little experience of owning the CX-30 suggests that the price for it is clearly overpriced; if I were an importer, I would think about the pricing policy. For the same money, you can buy a CX-5 in a simpler configuration.

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