Don't Audi do a diesel TT?
economical car that is nice to drive
Latest 3 series feels a bit more Mercedes than ever.... (Long way from mx5 fun)
1 series remains good fun with the lovely RWD feel; even with the 2 litre diesel.
Just got a new 320d and an ex MX5 owner. They are worlds apart. One is a luxury car, the other is a nimble sports car.
Having said that if you do press on in the BM it does handle incredibly well and you do actually feel that the rears are doing the driving, but you have to go silly speeds before you get those feelings.
A 330d and £300 per month sounds cheap to me, too cheap - mileage restrictions etc?
I've just checked b r, the offer has finished now. It was a decent spec, with a 10k a year limit, but apparently people had opted for higher limits without too much extra cost. There were also quite a few people who had their cars delayed, so presumably the uptake was higher than expected. 6 x 23.
I found a fully maintained one the other day, 6 x 23 for £370 with 15k. But can't bloody find it now!
Still sorely tempted to pick up something small, cheap and economical for work, then buy an old Boxster, 911, 350z, 944, MX5 etc for the weekends. But the figures just don't add up compared to running one 330d or similar. Plus i'm not sure i'm up for the inevitable headaches of running an older expensive car.
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