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James
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20th May 05 at 23:47   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Opinions on these? Considering a 1.8T model. Not overly quick but I do love golfs.

Anyone know where i can find more info on them, specs etc?

Cheers, James

[Edited on 21-05-2005 by James]
Jambo
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20th May 05 at 23:54   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Stunning IMO.

But stupidly expensive
Skipz
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quote:
Originally posted by Jambo
Stunning IMO.

But stupidly expensive


Agreed (sounding like a parrot tonite)

The 1.8Ts are highly tuneable and they are stunning motors, if you can find one at the right price go for it but expect to pay a little more than a GTI
James
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Another option im looking at is the Seat Leon Cupra R, cheaper and faster.

Opinions?
Mattb
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quote:
Originally posted by James
Another option im looking at is the Seat Leon Cupra R, cheaper and faster.

Opinions?


better value for money and nicer than the mk4.
if you do decide on the aniversary, try and find the diesel.. 150 brake pumpa diesel is an exeptional engine imo
Mark Petty
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are u thinking about selling the corsa already?
jr
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are mint, wont lose the value anything like the seat
Paul H
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there is the very 1st one ever made up for 14k on e bay at the mo.there alot better than the standard 1.8T loads of trick bits on them
Paul H
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here is the link if your interested
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=9873&item=4551381681&rd=1
Phil321
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Anniversary edition looks very smart IMO.

Get one
vibrio
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aniversari edition gets 180hp does it not
Paul H
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quote:
Originally posted by vibrio
aniversari edition gets 180hp does it not
yeah it does
James
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quote:
Originally posted by Mark Petty
are u thinking about selling the corsa already?


Not really, im just trying to work out wot im gunna be lookin at in about 10 months time so i know how much to save towards

Im really swinging towards the Leon at the mo, I do love the golfs but they are a bit slow and quite a bit more
vibrio
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I prefer the leon
MarkM
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I also prefer the leon...looks nicer IMO
Paul H
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quote:
Originally posted by vibrio
I prefer the leon
yeah i do aswell but one of these will hold it's money well
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VW reliability plus the rate of depreciation compared to vauxhalls

enough of a reason for me
Meat-Pie-SRI
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quote:
Originally posted by sassyminx
VW reliability plus the rate of depreciation compared to vauxhalls

enough of a reason for me


Haven't you got a mk 2 golf?? Think the main scope for depreciation is long gone tbh
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quote:
Originally posted by Meat-Pie-SRI
quote:
Originally posted by sassyminx
VW reliability plus the rate of depreciation compared to vauxhalls

enough of a reason for me


Haven't you got a mk 2 golf?? Think the main scope for depreciation is long gone tbh


Also i think you'll find they both have VW reliabilty too
James
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quote:
Originally posted by Rob H
quote:
Originally posted by Meat-Pie-SRI
quote:
Originally posted by sassyminx
VW reliability plus the rate of depreciation compared to vauxhalls

enough of a reason for me


Haven't you got a mk 2 golf?? Think the main scope for depreciation is long gone tbh


Also i think you'll find they both have VW reliabilty too


I thought this

 
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