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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Where did I see a Lamborghini one the other day?
    The Grand Tour, maybe.


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    Did you know the CX stands for Cock Kisser?

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    I did.

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    Oh yeah... The Grand Tour, that was it.

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    Just so you know, the CX3 is based on the Mazda2.

    So, pound for pound, you are far better off buying the sedan ... the Mazda3.

    The CX5 is different and, IMHO, the better pick of the buys.



    https://www.redbook.com.au/editorial...o-know-110071/





    https://www.redbook.com.au/editorial...o-know-108629/


    I really want that CX5 above, but they even the early model a 2015-mazda-cx-5-maxx-sport-ke-series-2 is circa AUD $20,000

    And I won't spend that on a car ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Where did I see a Lamborghini one the other day?
    Here ...

    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Yep ... hand Nev the keys

    I never knew Lambo made a SUV till last year ... but it's a market for the rich and famous round these parts.





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    No it was Grand Tour. I remember it being referred to as a Urethra

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    My neighbour has a red place CX3 and pulled out this morning as I was outside. What a beautiful looking car.

    Looks kinda like the Porsche SUV, but less bloated and far less ugly, and like the Benz SUV, but a bit more aggressive and styled.


    Great looking car.
    Yeah, the main reason I went for the Mazda rather than the Honda HRV or other, was the KODO design. Btw it looks much better from the front than the back.

    If I had bought the Mazda 2 or 3, I's wish paid the extra 4/500k for the CX3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parryhandy View Post
    does it have the pop up headlights ? I had a 2nd hand Toyota Celica automatic in the UK 20 odd years ago with the pop up headlights and loved it .
    She's a later 4EYE model with awd. Pop up would be more sexy though!

    Needs frequent maintenance & faffing. But when she works really fun to drive even with stockish motor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    ^ For sure.

    I don't know how those Brio's are even allowed on the road.



    The rear crumple zone is the backseat passenger's spine.
    And some Brios are bloody fast. They seem to have correct engine bay for K20 swap. and weigh less than 1 ton...

    Without cage that'll be suicidal machine! XD

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    Aging well like a mature Wensleydale.



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    Loops did you see the Top Gear episode where they drove from France to Blackpool to turn on the lights, except they had to do it with one tank of fuel. The Jag was amazing, Clarkson driving with everything switched on to run out by the time he hit london... turns out the Jaaaaagggg is an Eco monster.
    Bsnub: Slipping? The only thing that is slipping is your IQ, it is early in the day and you are not skilled or able to outwitting me intellectually. If this is as sharp as you can be than I have already trounced you idiot ass. I am typing with my god eye shut bitch.

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    ^Just watching season 3 of TGT. I think they have got it together again after a shaky 1st season and middling second.

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    Looper,the Royal Society of Jaguar Owners and Failure to Proceed Association have noted your une attitude deinvolte
    concerning parking,that was nearly as bad as when you bought your mum out for a night on the tiles...….disclaimer,apostrophe key is acting up,so plain e.

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    Today after 10 years of waiting for the inevitable to happen it finally happened. The electronic latch release on the boot lid stopped working.

    Who the fok makes a car with an electronic boot release and no mechanical backup latch inside the car and no way of folding the rear seats in any way to get any other access to the boot?

    It is apparently possible to remove the back seats with massive difficulty but even when you need to hire a midget or a small child to then crawl through the hole that is created and even when they do the chances that they can fix it are slim since there is no internal release even inside the boot itself.

    Piece of shite British design and manufacturing!!!

    The glass is half full perspective is that at least there was nothing in the boot but that is still fokked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    Who the fok makes a car with an electronic boot release and no mechanical backup latch inside the car and no way of folding the rear seats in any way to get any other access to the boot?.
    A hitman and kidknappers car of choice

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    Picked up a wee Mazda 2 last week. Fine little runabout for when in the city.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Picked up a wee Mazda 2 last week. Fine little runabout for when in the city.
    Better than a Bike with all that smog, make sure you can get it locked down to Zulu Alpha as they say in the Navy when sharing a bird.

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    Well it's a lot smaller than the main car, which was the point in getting it. CM can be a bit up close and personal when downtown.

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    Will be off to the mx5 spring rally next Sunday in Elvington in Yorkshire where I will become a world record holder as they are going for the most mx5 in one place or something, reckon there will be over 1000 there. It's at an airfield so will get to find out what it maxes out at on the runway!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    I will become a world record holder
    Seems an odd venue for an attempt on the Guinness gay bukake record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Seems an odd venue for an attempt on the Guinness gay bukake record.
    Oh dear, spotted Somchai on your CCTV entering your bedroom again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    Thanks tax - I had already found that thread and bookmarked it.

    Good forum that one. Been a member for 10 years.

    The loose wire in the loom between the body and the lid looks like the candidate as there is no noise at all from the solenoid.

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