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#674162 - 8th Mar 2012 7:38pm What car
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hi all wicks
Im thinking of buying a new car, I currently have a megane, been a dream of a motor for the past 5 years, but Ive decided to get a smaller car, been looking at options, so far I like the Yaris, Clio and corsa all diesel, anyone got any opinions on what small diesel to buy, oh yes it has to be black 2007+ pref

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#674164 - 8th Mar 2012 7:44pm Re: What car [Re: louise127]
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I love my citroen c 3 . Feels much bigger than it looks ! X

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#674166 - 8th Mar 2012 7:50pm Re: What car [Re: louise127]
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A friend of mine has the C2 diesel,again big on the inside and £35 a year to tax..tempted myself but at some point Im getting a small camper ;-))

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#674181 - 8th Mar 2012 8:25pm Re: What car [Re: louise127]
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I personally would recommend the yaris or a vw polo. Toyota yaris is pretty indestructible and very economical and being Japanese it will hold its value also they are a lot quicker than you would think.

And the polo is simply a vw and you can't go wrong with them!

Source? Former Toyota technician

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#674191 - 8th Mar 2012 8:53pm Re: What car [Re: louise127]
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Corsa 1400 SE, 2 Door,Nuff Sed ,;-))

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#674192 - 8th Mar 2012 8:55pm Re: What car [Re: louise127]
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I haven't Driven many small cars but I suppose it all Depends on how much you want to spend. I was loaned an Audi A3 last week by the dealer and I loved it....but I'm sure its a polo chassis so that may just drive as nice.

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#674195 - 8th Mar 2012 8:59pm Re: What car [Re: louise127]
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#674212 - 8th Mar 2012 9:57pm Re: What car [Re: louise127]
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Surely you mean a golf chasis?

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#674216 - 8th Mar 2012 10:07pm Re: What car [Re: louise127]
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fiat 500 are GREAT little cars

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#674226 - 8th Mar 2012 10:23pm Re: What car [Re: Chorizo]
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Originally Posted By: Chorizo
Surely you mean a golf chasis?


Sorry I was loaned the Dinky Audi the A1 ....... got mixed up.

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#674233 - 8th Mar 2012 10:34pm Re: What car [Re: louise127]
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Skoda Fabia, got one, nice cars, love the mpg on it, better than a hybrid:D


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#674245 - 8th Mar 2012 10:55pm Re: What car [Re: louise127]
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Dont get a clio they are pretty crap and tend to go wrong, even if its just something little tends to happen alot. I have had 4 clios, 1st a 1.4 then a 1.6 then a 2.0 182 then the same but a different colour and i found them all to be pretty naff in regards to things going wrong.

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#674258 - 8th Mar 2012 11:13pm Re: What car [Re: louise127]
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You cant go wrong with something Japanise or German.

As already mentioned, I think Id sway towards a Yaris...
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#674289 - 9th Mar 2012 2:16am Re: What car [Re: StuyMac]
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Originally Posted By: StuyMac
You cant go wrong with something Japanise

Provided you don't give two flying hoots about safety grin

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#674299 - 9th Mar 2012 8:14am Re: What car [Re: louise127]
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The little Jap eco wagons dont go fast enough to need to be safe raftl

In all fairness though, the 2006-2011 Yaris scores very highly in crash tests...

Originally Posted By: Parkers
With a five-star Euro NCAP crash test rating and a long list of safety features, the Yaris leads the pack in the safety stakes. In addition to an impressive crash test score, there's emergency brake assist, which applies extra braking in severe situations, ABS and electronic brakeforce distribution on all cars. Entry level T2 models have dual front airbags, while T3 (later TR) models have front side curtain airbags and - a first for this size of car - a driver's knee bag.
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