New car! by Duncan

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Duncan
Now don't worry, the Rovers are still with me. But I had to comment on a car I've just got.

Now it doesn't have the looks of the 75, but I'm absolutley loving it. Inside it's got leather heated memory seats, full colour satnav, rain sensing wipers, autolights, and acres of room in the fronta AND back seats. Outside all round parking sensors plus a self parking system, xenon adaptive lamps and powerwash, powerfold mirrors, and a hatchback or boot configuration. Then a 170BHP diesel, 6 speed box and 4 wheel drive.

Now I love it, but know that many would hate it because of the name on the bonnet. Skoda.

If I ever need to replace my 75s and can't sensibly replace with another 75, I know what I'll be buying.
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Posted 03 Dec 2010, 22:22 #1 

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Mick
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Skoda build very good cars these days. An excellent choice.

Posted 03 Dec 2010, 22:29 #2 

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Bernard
Yes they are rather good. I've just recommended one to my brother-in-law who is looking for something well equipped and reliable.
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Posted 03 Dec 2010, 22:29 #3 

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James.uk
Excellent choice... :thumbsup:
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Posted 03 Dec 2010, 22:43 #4 

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Bermudan 75
I think I have seen Duncan's new car............
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It is a Skoda I think........ :rolling:

Cheers :cheers:

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Posted 04 Dec 2010, 00:35 #5 

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raistlin
They are a far cry from the 'skip' image of old Duncan.

They don't have the charm of the 75 but nonetheless a very competent car.
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Posted 04 Dec 2010, 10:56 #6 

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Jürgen
raistlin wrote:They are a far cry from the 'skip' image of old Duncan.

They don't have the charm of the 75 but nonetheless a very competent car.

Yes, I wouldn't have touched the old ones with a barge pole. But the recent models are good quality, reasonable priced and looking not too bad, too. Well worth a thought.
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Posted 04 Dec 2010, 12:03 #7 

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Bernard
raistlin wrote:They are a far cry from the 'skip' image of old Duncan.

They don't have the charm of the 75 but nonetheless a very competent car.


I have never thought that 'old Duncan' looked like a skip. :gmc:
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Posted 04 Dec 2010, 16:24 #8 

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starbug2
Jürgen wrote:
raistlin wrote:They are a far cry from the 'skip' image of old Duncan.

They don't have the charm of the 75 but nonetheless a very competent car.

Yes, I wouldn't have touched the old ones with a barge pole. But the recent models are good quality, reasonable priced and looking not too bad, too. Well worth a thought.

i had a estelle :gmc: till it got writen off :mad1: i liked it :thumbsup:

Posted 04 Dec 2010, 20:41 #9 

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cymrudragon
Wouldnt worry about the name on the bonnet as it realy a vw very nice cars.........i like the s2000 rally car seen it on the S wales rally stage ..a real .flying machine to be honest

Posted 05 Dec 2010, 17:33 #10 

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Duncan
The name on the bonnet is no problem to me, I just know that some people have a real problem with it.

I will be sad on the day it has to go back, though.
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