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Re: Kia
« Reply #15 on: May 28, 2016, 04:41:13 AM »
Oh ..This isn't about orange squash then  redface:

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Re: Kia
« Reply #16 on: May 28, 2016, 04:42:48 AM »
One of our neighbours has a Sorento. You get a lot for the money and it hasn't broken yet. Been in it but not driven, seems very comfortable.

I think it would give the owld Panjero a run for its money.

Never buy a new one of course, but that applies to any brand.

Thanks!  ;D

A brand new one appears to be an extremely reasonable 19,000 here... cheapest I have found in the UK is 23,000...
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Re: Kia
« Reply #17 on: September 03, 2016, 01:43:34 PM »
Based on my research and recommendation that started with this thread, Miss A has chopped-in her two Mercs and bought a Hyundai Tuscon...  scared2:

It is an awesome vehicle!  eeek:

I want one now...  evil:
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Re: Kia
« Reply #18 on: September 03, 2016, 04:49:06 PM »
Based on my research and recommendation that started with this thread, Miss A has chopped-in her two Mercs and bought a Hyundai Tuscon...  scared2:

It is an awesome vehicle!  eeek:

I want one now...  evil:

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Re: Kia
« Reply #19 on: September 03, 2016, 05:05:45 PM »
Or a teeny car for LL  whistle:
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Re: Kia
« Reply #20 on: September 03, 2016, 05:09:45 PM »
Based on my research and recommendation that started with this thread, Miss A has chopped-in her two Mercs and bought a Hyundai Tuscon...  scared2:

It is an awesome vehicle!  eeek:

I want one now...  evil:
:thumbsup:

Coincidincally we walked past one in the Bluewater Hyundai shop yesterday and I remarked to Mrs K "once upon a time you could rely on the Koreans to make ugly misshapen cars with iffy performance - not now"

They look damn good
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Re: Kia
« Reply #21 on: September 04, 2016, 06:38:28 AM »
Based on my research and recommendation that started with this thread, Miss A has chopped-in her two Mercs and bought a Hyundai Tuscon...  scared2:

It is an awesome vehicle!  eeek:

I want one now...  evil:
:thumbsup:

Coincidincally we walked past one in the Bluewater Hyundai shop yesterday and I remarked to Mrs K "once upon a time you could rely on the Koreans to make ugly misshapen cars with iffy performance - not now"

They look damn good

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Re: Kia
« Reply #22 on: September 07, 2016, 08:58:14 PM »
A friend of my son works at a local Bentley dealership and popped round last night to see if I was interested in one of these  ::)

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Needless to say I declined.
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Re: Kia
« Reply #23 on: September 07, 2016, 09:03:14 PM »
A friend of my son works at a local Bentley dealership and popped round last night to see if I was interested in one of these  ::)

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Needless to say I declined.

Lousy for towing the Turnip planter?
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Re: Kia
« Reply #24 on: September 08, 2016, 06:34:54 AM »
A friend of my son works at a local Bentley dealership and popped round last night to see if I was interested in one of these  ::)

230k  Shocked:

Needless to say I declined.


Quite right Mr. Darwin Sir - completely vulgar....

Estate cars are for the likes of Your Man to spend their one day off a month with Mrs. Your Man and the kids at the seaside...
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Re: Kia
« Reply #25 on: September 08, 2016, 01:15:54 PM »
A friend of my son works at a local Bentley dealership and popped round last night to see if I was interested in one of these  ::)

230k  Shocked:

Needless to say I declined.


Quite right Mr. Darwin Sir - completely vulgar....

Estate cars are for the likes of Your Man to spend their one day off a month with Mrs. Your Man and the kids at the seaside...
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Re: Kia
« Reply #26 on: September 08, 2016, 08:47:03 PM »
A friend of my son works at a local Bentley dealership and popped round last night to see if I was interested in one of these  ::)

230k  Shocked:

Needless to say I declined.


Quite right Mr. Darwin Sir - completely vulgar....

Estate cars are for the likes of Your Man to spend their one day off a month with Mrs. Your Man and the kids at the seaside...
:thumbsup:

 lol: lol: lol:

dreadful contraptions, evil hybrids born of illicit liaisons between decent cars and white vans
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Re: Kia
« Reply #27 on: September 09, 2016, 07:45:07 AM »
A friend of my son works at a local Bentley dealership and popped round last night to see if I was interested in one of these  ::)

230k  Shocked:

Needless to say I declined.


Quite right Mr. Darwin Sir - completely vulgar....

Estate cars are for the likes of Your Man to spend their one day off a month with Mrs. Your Man and the kids at the seaside...
:thumbsup:

 lol: lol: lol:

dreadful contraptions, evil hybrids born of illicit liaisons between decent cars and white vans


 lol: lol: lol:

Many years ago my boss had a BMW 320i which I coveted at the time - I had a Vauxhall Cavalier as my company car...

Anyhoo, when it came time to change his motor he got a BMW 320i 'Touring'... He used to go completely mental when I referred to it as 'the estate'... happy001
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Re: Kia
« Reply #28 on: September 09, 2016, 11:57:52 AM »
A friend of my son works at a local Bentley dealership and popped round last night to see if I was interested in one of these  ::)

230k  Shocked:

Needless to say I declined.


Quite right Mr. Darwin Sir - completely vulgar....

Estate cars are for the likes of Your Man to spend their one day off a month with Mrs. Your Man and the kids at the seaside...
:thumbsup:

 lol: lol: lol:

dreadful contraptions, evil hybrids born of illicit liaisons between decent cars and white vans


 lol: lol: lol:

Many years ago my boss had a BMW 320i which I coveted at the time - I had a Vauxhall Cavalier as my company car...

Anyhoo, when it came time to change his motor he got a BMW 320i 'Touring'... He used to go completely mental when I referred to it as 'the estate'... happy001

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'touring car' happy001   The sort of wally who'd refer to Budweiser as beer


Vauxhall Cavaliers: I had two as company cars (as I refused the standard option of Sierras once the Cortinas  cloud9: became history) They were very good for their day but shite by today's standards.
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Re: Kia
« Reply #29 on: September 09, 2016, 01:15:56 PM »
A friend of my son works at a local Bentley dealership and popped round last night to see if I was interested in one of these  ::)

230k  Shocked:

Needless to say I declined.


Quite right Mr. Darwin Sir - completely vulgar....

Estate cars are for the likes of Your Man to spend their one day off a month with Mrs. Your Man and the kids at the seaside...
:thumbsup:

 lol: lol: lol:

dreadful contraptions, evil hybrids born of illicit liaisons between decent cars and white vans


 lol: lol: lol:

Many years ago my boss had a BMW 320i which I coveted at the time - I had a Vauxhall Cavalier as my company car...

Anyhoo, when it came time to change his motor he got a BMW 320i 'Touring'... He used to go completely mental when I referred to it as 'the estate'... happy001

 :thumbsup:

'touring car' happy001   The sort of wally who'd refer to Budweiser as beer


Vauxhall Cavaliers: I had two as company cars (as I refused the standard option of Sierras once the Cortinas  cloud9: became history) They were very good for their day but shite by today's standards.


That depends on which version of Budweiser you are talking about, the American version is just fizzy coloured flavoured water, the proper Czech version however...  cloud9:
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