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    2013 FPV GT, 2015 RS265 Cup Premium - Liquid Yellow, 2011 RS250 Trophee - Glacier White (RIP)

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  1. Do you mean "....my car still never fails......" ?
  2. Thanks for confirmation....I was starting to wonder if I had some aftermarket thingy in my car
  3. I think that depends on the individual. Personally, I drive a rental the same way I drive my own cars (and in my case, that isn't 'hard'). ...and what is unusual with the Gear Knob ? Looks the same as mine (which I admit was purchased 2nd hand, the car not the knob, and is different to that which was in my RS250)
  4. I was also lucky that we had a second car that could still be used as a "Family" car...Ford XR6 (which was later replaced with an FPV GT). Cars have their own personalities : I had an XR6T which was like Mariah Carey....man could that car hit the high notes My FPV GT is more like Adele....low rumbling voice and then stand back as the volume increases The RS250/265...well that's Jennifer Lopez...forget the singing and just look at that ass
  5. Ahhhh...this takes me back a few Years. Like you, I went from a Mazda 6 Luxury Sports Hatch (2008) to an RS250 (2011). Obviously 2 completely different cars. The Mazda I had was refined and very comfortable and the Bose Stereo was brilliant. By comparison, the RS250 was plain inside (although the Recaro Seats really gave it some wow factor)...and thoughts on the Stereo are best left unsaid. The Mazda 6 could best be described as a "nice" car with very practical uses (it was perfect for picking up Ikea Furniture). The RS250 was not practical at all. But boy...was it fun to drive. I have to admit that I enjoyed the attention that it got from all the "looken-peepers"...it was/is an exciting looking car. Do I have any regrets about buying it ? I was unfortunate enough to have an accident a few Months ago after having the RS250 for nearly 7 Years...and it was written off. I had no hesitation in looking for another RS250/RS265 replacement and now have a 2015 RS265. It's still not a practical car...thoughts on the Stereo are still better left unsaid...but boy, is it still fun to drive, and there are still plenty of admiring looks from all the "looken-peepers".
  6. Congrats...and nice colour choice.
  7. Did something change today ? My Screen looks completely different now than it did earlier this morning.
  8. Be interesting to see if you can find one with 19inch wheels that doesn't have scratched rims
  9. Great commercial...great asses...until they show the car
  10. Faulty again....even for New posts
  11. Having owned a Hyundai Excel (3 Door) many years ago with a young family, I would never encourage someone to buy this type of car if you have a baby (now or in the near future). Once they can sit themselves in their seat, that's ok....but Baby Capsule and the early years of a Child Seat is a killer.
  12. If the Stereo is important to you....and none of the other Cup to Trophee options are....then get the Cup and use the $$$ on a professional Stereo upgrade.
  13. Of course you can always trade-in your current Lease vehicle but the question is whether or not the Trade-in Value meets the current residual.....and I would suggest not. That doesn't mean that you can't do it anyway...at a loss For the Dealer, it will be a business transaction. If they ain't making money on it, it ain't gunna happen. Keep this in mind when the Lease is up and the Dealer is suddenly your new best friend. Make sure it is a business transaction for you and you get the best possible deal.
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