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Old Jan 1st 2009, 5:12 am
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Happy New Year

Im looking at buying my first car - with the mad kuwaiti driving i had decided on a SUV type and looked in the showrooms and found an outlander which fits my budget around 5,000 KWD. First criteria was safety especially with the poor (i.e. insane) driving. So apart from a challenger tank (with the union jack obviously) is the outlander a good "suv"

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Hi

Happy New Year

Im looking at buying my first car - with the mad kuwaiti driving i had decided on a SUV type and looked in the showrooms and found an outlander which fits my budget around 5,000 KWD. First criteria was safety especially with the poor (i.e. insane) driving. So apart from a challenger tank (with the union jack obviously) is the outlander a good "suv"

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exceedingly boring and exceedingly reliable car, search the net but you wont find many negatives about the outlander, superb vehicles. Mitsubishi are in fact using relatively unmodified ones as support vehicles in the 2009 Dakar rallye (even if it is in South America!)
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exceedingly boring and exceedingly reliable car, search the net but you wont find many negatives about the outlander, superb vehicles. Mitsubishi are in fact using relatively unmodified ones as support vehicles in the 2009 Dakar rallye (even if it is in South America!)
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exceedingly boring and exceedingly reliable car = sounds perfect

Only like that in a car lol

Have a good holiday

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exceedingly boring and exceedingly reliable car = sounds perfect

Only like that in a car lol

Have a good holiday

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second the excellent reliability of mitsubishi 4WD.
Only persistent problem is failing electrics, particularly the electric windows..
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Hi Admon

Thanks for that - im just after a strong 4WD so i can save my life with the nutters on the roads !!

Im thinking of taking some driving lessons here first to familiarise myself with the roads and headcases !!
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