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What Do You Drive? What Would You Like To Drive?


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Mine's a Subaru Outback 2.5l petrol, my second 18months old when i bought it, this one replaced the previous one which was 10 years old and needing some money spent on it. Really good cars IMHO a tad thirsty but I love them.

I like the practicality of the estate body together with AWD. Overall much better value for money than say Audi or Volvo AWD cars, although I wouldn't say no to an XC70.

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well the worsed and 1sr cars have been done...what do you own now?

me...volvo 940 estate, 2.3 light pressure turbo with a boost controller fitted running around 200bhp and giving the saxo posse where i live something to think about at the traffic light grand prix lol!

Talking of quick Volvos, have a gawp at this race:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBu6STlhh8Q. :lol: Keep your eye on the digital speedometer to the left of the rev counter.

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well the worsed and 1sr cars have been done...what do you own now?

me...volvo 940 estate, 2.3 light pressure turbo with a boost controller fitted running around 200bhp and giving the saxo posse where i live something to think about at the traffic light grand prix lol!

Talking of quick Volvos, have a gawp at this race:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBu6STlhh8Q. :lol: Keep your eye on the digital speedometer to the left of the rev counter.

this ones better...you tube link

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I have a Heico Volvo S70 T5. 280bhp and 326lbft of torque, 171,000 on the clock and I love it. It's not new and it's not posh but I love it. I'll keep it as a daily driver until it reaches 300k then I'll garage it and keep it as a classic. Next car will also be a Volvo, probably a V70R.

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(Picture taken in summer 2008, looks a bit shinier now. ;))

gorgeous, volvos are sooo cooooool :punk:

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I have a Heico Volvo S70 T5. 280bhp and 326lbft of torque, 171,000 on the clock and I love it. It's not new and it's not posh but I love it. I'll keep it as a daily driver until it reaches 300k then I'll garage it and keep it as a classic. Next car will also be a Volvo, probably a V70R.

T5.jpg

(Picture taken in summer 2008, looks a bit shinier now. ;))

gorgeous, volvos are sooo cooooool :punk:

When your doing 104mph on the A19 and ones behind you with blue flashing lights in the grill they are not so cool :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Seat Leon Mk1 FR petrol. Has the same engine as Audi TT, last Golf GTI and the above Skoda! Had it re-mapped to about 210bhp so goes nicely, great car.

Had a Volvo C70 T5 previously, which was 240 bhp and needed a fuel tanker following it as it drank the stuff! Lovely looking car, a sure fire classic in my opinion.

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A Daewoo Matiz 800 SE like this (except right hand drive)

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Not everyone`s cup of fair trade but it suits my needs perfectly, easy to drive, I don`t go far so it`s quick enough.The seats are high compared to most cars I`ve owned so I don`t have to climb up out of it which used to be a pain on my knees. It takes five people comfortably & fits in my small garage, oh & it`s never let me down in the seven years I`ve owned it :D

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