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11:57 AM - Jul 05, 2015 #11

Falken wrote:
king_george wrote:Oh, my bad.. but it's a petrol... :D
Oh yeah, you're the diesel lover :D

Well the Crosswagon is exclusively 2.4 JTDm :)
Yeah, I believe Petrol cars should be used by people who barely drive or for track days, and I don't do any of those :D

but then, if and when I change my car, it'll be a Citroën or a Peugeot, sooo
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6:44 AM - Jul 06, 2015 #12

Certainly a 510 hp petrol twin turbo has its impact on the family savings, sure enough when it will debut officially there will also be diesel versions :)

I still have no idea on what I will buy as soon as I will find a job (graduation is now very soon :D ) but I know it will be tough to find something that suits my needs while also fitting in my budget :D
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8:31 AM - Jul 06, 2015 #13

Well, I have compared cars in France, Germany and Italy. Germany and Italy are the best places to get a cheap car with a reasonably big engine and lots of options, but in germany you often get winter wheels with the car and the service is perfect on them, while in Italy, you get the same type of car, but it needs a paintjob xD.
But then, in Italy you still get great prices.
Don't buy a car in France, though, here people aren't big fans of cars with options or big engines, and they're expensive..
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