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Written on: 06/09/2012 by KMPRM
I brought a 3 year old 40000 mile Volvo XC90 in 2009. Having owned the vehicle for 3 years and travelled 1000's of miles across Europe I've recently had to spend my 1st pennies on maintenance (apart from annual servicing at approx £200 from local garage) The car has been 100% reliable. You can pack your family, cases, camping equipment;into the back and still have room for the dog, it really is a big car. Off road its pretty good too. I go fishing in some pretty remote areas of Europe where... (read more)
Written on: 19/10/2012
I've yet to meet someone who doesn't like the look of the new Citroen C5. It's a cracking looking car from any angle, a major improvement from the older model. Citroen advertised it as "German built', i.e. to the standard of better German car makers, and at first glance they'd certainly succeeded. The interior is stylish, well built and executive looking with lots of added technical features. The ride is the classic Citroen "magic carpet" with smooth journeys, particularly on motorways, and... (read more)
Written on: 30/10/2012 by Mechanic63 (1 review written)
we just bought a 2004 318i E46 Sport. I'd have to say after reading reviews here & on other sites i had mixed feelings about buying the Beemer, that was until we found the car we ended up buying & actually bought it after driving it. bmw must have improved build quality from it's earlier model E46's, as i haven't heard any creaks or say that there is anything of poor fittment. it is amazingly quiet, stereo is good, handling is great & makes a winding road a lot of fun. it is comfortable &... (read more)
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