Honda Civic Type-R. Probably neither the badge of choice for status-conscious social climbers, nor the, er, radical retro recycled concept that a fashion victim craves and not at all dull to drive. Suits me just fine! The handling and performance are superb for the money, the VTEC engine a savage beauty, the gearbox a revelation....etc. but it's also cheap to run and practical, a well-balanced unpretentious Jekyll and Hyde. Shame about the hideous red seats though - what were they thinking? Most owners are not 17 year old readers of Max Power after all!
I'm hoping to take it round the Nordschliefe in the Summer...scary
I change my car about as often as I change my socks.
I drive an old Volvo 940 at the moment, but previously I drove a Volkswagon Sharon, Lexus IS200, Toyota Townace, Renault Megane, Subaru Legacy <- With twin turbos, cost too much in speeding fines though.
My first car was a mini until a transit van hit it, was never the same so I was forced to sell for 20% more than I paid for it.
I drive a Vauxhall Astra, solid family car.. However i am waiting
to make 25K+ in a single month as a trader, then i will upgrade
to a more prestigous motor.. Ive yet to make more than 10K in
one month so im not quite there yet. Hopfully the laws of
compounding returns will mean that i wont have to wait too long.
Renault clio all the way! Well it usually breaks down half of the way!
Next up will prob be a civic, unless i make like 1000 trades tmro which all make me 100 points profit in which case i will buy a ferrari.
hi guys, got myself my second e class merc a totally boring car with no thrills but built well and gives a good ride, nice all round solid car, cant beat them, and just had the pleasure of driving a friends Ferrari 360 f1 he gave me the keys and what an hour of fun that was, and yes i want 1,
I'm just wondering about replacing my Discovery. !00,000 miles and the gearbox and clutch are about done.
Why do I need an AWD Disco in London?
How else do you cope with all those humps without slowing down? :cheesy: