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Offline robertb

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Offline Neru


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Way, WAY too big. If I have to go to the city and park I will take another car.
The current model is even bigger than yours.

Should have gotten the sport Scott



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Happy to take it off your hands at a heavily discounted rate Scott haha

So the general is they are better then what they used to be.

They are relative reliable the only issue if something does go wrong there a pain in the arse to work on, accessibility is terrible



Offline 360c

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Should have gotten the sport Scott

Only a poofteenth smaller than mine.



Offline mtarone


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Joel, my wife has had an X5 for around 12 months and the other day mentioned to me its a bit too big for shopping centre car parks and school drop offs. Yours might not mind but just something to consider when looking around. I think we'll probably end up getting something slightly smaller for her at some point.



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Joel, my wife has had an X5 for around 12 months and the other day mentioned to me its a bit too big for shopping centre car parks and school drop offs. Yours might not mind but just something to consider when looking around. I think we'll probably end up getting something slightly smaller for her at some point.
RS4?



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Offline Joel


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Joel, my wife has had an X5 for around 12 months and the other day mentioned to me its a bit too big for shopping centre car parks and school drop offs. Yours might not mind but just something to consider when looking around. I think we'll probably end up getting something slightly smaller for her at some point.

Thanks mate. She's had a RX Lexus which is of similar size which she is happy with. She likes the safe feeling of 2.5t of steel surrounding her.
I would love a RS4 but my bank account isn't at that point yet.



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Thanks mate. She's had a RX Lexus which is of similar size which she is happy with. She likes the safe feeling of 2.5t of steel surrounding her.
I would love a RS4 but my bank account isn't at that point yet.

Can she drive manual, you can pick up a b7 rs4 for similar money and the v8 is pretty much bullet proof
Only issues are carbon build up which needs a good clean and replace the DRC with going coilovers/ spring/shock combo



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