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Just updating this i now drive an alfa romeo 147 2.0 lusso t spark, its lush, i love it, def better than all the other cars i have had so far, suits me much more than a horrid people carrier or pug or focus, feels like a dream to drive, just want a brand new audi next and that will be me happy

You're going to spend more time in the garage than on the road. Some tips - don't go out in the rain cos the water will knacker the electrics; keep an eye out for the first sign of rust cos once it starts it will fall apart in a few weeks; don't run that engine for short periods, and make sure it's locked when you walk away cos they have a habit of unlocking themselves when they sense anything remotely magnetic in the vicinity.

On the other hand, I love Alfa Romeo's; just couldn;t live with one.

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Just updating this i now drive an alfa romeo 147 2.0 lusso t spark, its lush, i love it, def better than all the other cars i have had so far, suits me much more than a horrid people carrier or pug or focus, feels like a dream to drive, just want a brand new audi next and that will be me happy

You've been reading too much Jeremy Clarkson petal. How many miles has your Alfa got on the clock?

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what is that a pontiac?

No, it's a supercar. Alfa Romeo, with a very tricky race bred engine under the bonnet. Probably not expensive enough for you, though, and built by Italians.

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No, it's a supercar. Alfa Romeo, with a very tricky race bred engine under the bonnet. Probably not expensive enough for you, though, and built by Italians.

so it is splendid if your a mechanic! and your in the wrong thread this is what car do you drive!!

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I have recently bought a 2003 Nissan patrol 4wd 3ltr turbo charged diesel, its a great car and i hope it gives me the same reliability as the car it replaces. a 1998 Ford Falcon 6 cyl 4ltr petrol i have kept the ford as i would not get much for it.

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Just changed my Honda Civic for a BMW 320d, what a difference! Loved the Civics styling but its the worst built car I've ever owned.

you've never own a fiat seicento sporting then! then you would realise the civic was a well built car!

not only is it built badly its almost impoosible to fix as your spanner wont actually fit in the space left around the engine! :lol:

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Vauxhall Corsa for me atm... jet black, diamond brighted, 1.3 trubo diesil... certantly enough for me!

Ford Mustang 2007 edition for me... damn i love those cars...

Toby

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the usual corsa driver! "needs a big bore how!" :lol:

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