Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by c eagle, May 8, 2015.
Here you go I'll start Holden 2007, 6 litre , 6speed utility....
I have a 2015 Subaru WRX - in the electric blue. Thing is a beast - but diammmm, that things drinks like a weapon.
You didn't say how much fuel it drinks?
I've got an old Malvern Star, it drinks f**k all but the pilots a worry.
2009 Jeep Cherokee, reasonable on the fuel.
Lol, mate not as bad as you might think..... 580km from 60ltrs....
My missus has a Malvern Star (cough's) - just sayin
So what do you think about a mid season swap for Foz with Darcy
Mods - can we merge this thread with the mid season swap one.
Umm - Colnago C60 Weekend - Mid life crisis car
Great choice of car and colour. Manual or Auto? Mine is manual and I'm getting about 9-10L/100km.
Lol didnt want a car when I moved here, as there wasnt much point. Got a decent bonus and with the second kid coming, we decided to buy a cheap car....€1000 for a 1999 Nissan Primera 1.6..... hasn't missed a beat in 1 year. I have no love of cars, just their convenience
I think there could be a mid season swap for Foz and the 1999 Nissan. Sounds more reliable.
Manual mate - they don't make these one's in auto. Not the STi though
Cars are crazy cheap over here
Just out of curiousity, what country are you in?
Problem is you have to sit on a phone book and fit an extending stick to your feet to drive it.....
2009 SS Commodore 6 litre V8! Drinks 12 litres per 100kms. Which is bugger all really for what you get power and comfort wise. Wouldn't care if it drank double. Love it. And damn all you hippies and SUV douches that have killed off the 4 door saloon market!
And you have a 2015 WRX? Correct me if I'm wrong or I'm missing something, but they do come in automatic as well with a CVT option. The Sti's are just sold in manual only. So which model do you have? https://practicalmotoring.com.au/first-drive-car-review/2015-subaru-wrx-cvt-review/
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