What car do you drive??

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Chris Sanders, Apr 10, 2005.

  1. Chris Sanders

    Chris Sanders Active Member

    What do you drive...??

    What kind of car do you drive??

    Just registered this week with my mates brand new car forum;

    www.demondevelopments.co.uk (shameless plug!!)

    For all your motoring needs... Brand new site... Needs New Members...

    Got me wondering what other people drive...??

    I drive a Vauxhall Corsa Breeze... Blue, naturally (like me!!)
  2. geordiecolin

    geordiecolin Active Member

    I drive a delightful M Reg Fiat Tipo. Looks awful but handles like a dream, suspension is surpisingly stiff and it's light for a car with a 1.4. Pity the brakes are pathetic though. And the electrics are knackad, the petrol gauge randomly flickers so you're never entirely sure how much fuel you have and the front left headlight often goes dim so you have to get out and kick it. And the drivers side mirror is held on with Duck tape.

    All in all a quirky car that can be driven into hedges at speed with minimal damage.
  3. Chris Sanders

    Chris Sanders Active Member

    LMAO :D
  4. cooler king

    cooler king New Member

    hello therepeople! your all welcome to come onto our site and have a look round and sign up if you want! we do regular shows that you can find info on the site about them all, they are a good day out really!

    i drive a modified ford puma, there are a few [ics of it on the site but i also own a red escort rs turbo which is currently hsaving the engine re-built, any way, see you on there soon!!!! ;-)

    Last edited: Apr 10, 2005
  5. BbBill

    BbBill Supporting Member

    Blue Audi S3, no tho not so handy for carrying tubas, think need to go for an S4 estate next time! Pretty fast, 210bhp, 4WD, not insurance friendly, not pot-hole friendly, just 25mpg and DEFINATLY not for going thru hedges at speed!! ;)
  6. Chris Sanders

    Chris Sanders Active Member

  7. Chris Sanders

    Chris Sanders Active Member

    My Dads after a Honda Accord Estate... Ideal for his Tuba!!
  8. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

    Black Ford Mondeo 1.8 turbodiesel 4 door sedan (previous model). Engine power is awfull, and the car is starting to need regular repairs (it's 8 years old with 190000km), but all in all, I'm not complaining...
  9. Naomi McFadyen

    Naomi McFadyen New Member

    I have an S reg Ford Mondeo 1.8 TD
  10. Chris Sanders

    Chris Sanders Active Member

    You should have no complaints... Beneath the bonnet you have practically the same car as the Jaguar S-Type...
  11. Just Crazy

    Just Crazy Member

    I drive a silver Citroen Zsara Pacasso 2l HDI
    Not because i have loads of kids or any reason like that.
    I just like the car!
    Very handy when i go on a girlie shopping spree [​IMG]
  12. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

    No, it's the old 90hp TD engine (the Duratorq), not one of the newer TDCI Common Rail diesel engines (like used in the S-type)
  13. Pondasher

    Pondasher Member

    I have a Jaguar SE and it is a dream to drive - all you have to do is steer it!

    Also have had Mercedes, BMW, and Porche in the past, but I still prefer the Jaguar SE as it is the daddy of them all
  14. Liz Courts

    Liz Courts Active Member

    I drive a Citroen Saxo!!

    W Reg, navy blue, 1.1, 3 door - not bad for my first car! Haven't crashed it yet, and in a couple of weeks I will have owned it for a year! :)
  15. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

    What does "w reg" or "s reg" mean?
  16. bigmamabadger

    bigmamabadger Active Member

    I drive a K-Reg Volvo 440Xi. It's a shed on wheels. But it gets me from A to B. Mostly.

    Once I qualify as a driving instructor I'll go for something a bit more, um, less, brick-shaped...
  17. HBB

    HBB Active Member

    The year in which it was made.

    The lower in the alphabet it is, i.e. A, B the older it is.

    W = 2000 i think... etc...
  18. Big Twigge

    Big Twigge Active Member

    04 Renault Clio, metallic blue, very girly, goes well, particularily on the motorways. Doesn't handle hitting badgers quite so well.
  19. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

    ah... thanks!
    why don't you jsut use the year of built... :confused::confused::confused: much easier :wink:
    mine is from 1997 :tongue:
  20. HBB

    HBB Active Member

    Well at the moment we've not got letters anymore.

    a typical # plate is: RA05 LMA

    the first two letters are where it's from
    the 1st number is either a 0 or a 5, 0 if it's in March, 5 if it's August?
    and the second number is the year, i.e. 5= 2005.

    The last numbers are random! :)

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