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  • 10 Oct 19, 04:01 AM
    Sandraoh40
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  • I have the new fiesta titanium and I absolutely love it. I have driven the length and breadth of Scotland in it and itís a great wee car.
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  • 10 Oct 19, 06:27 AM
    Rac20
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  • Quote tink111
    I have a mazda 2! Itís an automatic and is a great little car! I went from a corsa to this and itís been a good change. A lot more room inside the car but it doesnít feel too big to drive at all!
    Never even thought to look at Mazda. Thanks.
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  • 10 Oct 19, 06:35 AM
    SquishTheWhale
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  • We have a Seat Leon and for a 1.4l it packs surprising power. I think its a turbo. We did have an Ibiza but it wasn't nearly as good at big hills and over taking etc.
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  • 10 Oct 19, 06:38 AM
    Twin mummy
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  • I have a new fiesta and we love it, if fact we tend to use it much more than our Volvo XC60. Itís nippy but comfy and so easy to drive.
  • 10 Oct 19, 06:51 AM
    PPM
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  • Quote Rac20
    My very first car that I bought was a Yaris. I really liked it but sold it when I had DS as I wanted 5 doors to get his car seat in. They do the hybrid version as well which I suppose is something to consider.
    They are all five door now.
  • 10 Oct 19, 06:58 AM
    TINKERBELL44
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  • Canít fault a fiesta 🥰🥰
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  • 10 Oct 19, 07:00 AM
    disney_l81
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  • Hubby's just bought a Renault clio, we are in Wales and when we took it for a test drive the sales lad said it's good for going up hills😁, it's a 1.5, but surprisingly nippy.
  • 10 Oct 19, 07:06 AM
    MEZZA
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  • I have a VW up - got me through several winters - solid car which for me holds the road well with a good bit of nip when needed - Iím a community nurse and itís not let me down
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  • 10 Oct 19, 09:43 AM
    tspill
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  • I would go for an Audi A1 or a VW Polo I think.

    Though I have a friend just bought an outgoing BMW 116D - only a couple of miles on the clock as it was BMW registered - got £12K off basic model RRP. Plus it had a number of extras so more like £13K off.
    They are trying to get rd of them so might be worth checking your local BMW place if this would be of interest. This was last month.
    While it isn't for me, it is the best value car I seen, probably ever.

    Edited at 09:47 AM..
  • 10 Oct 19, 10:01 AM
    Rebelrebel
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  • I'm on my second polo, I downgraded from my bmw when DD passed her test and couldn't get insurance for her. I don't do a lot of driving, mostly about town but as said it has a solid build but is nippy and comfortable and fuel efficient. I got the 1.0 and yes the turbo engine does make a difference and don't have to pay road tax either
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