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Old Apr 19th 2009, 1:49 pm
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I have never had a Renault before but I quite fancy this little number

http://www.renault.co.uk/cars/model/...t/product.aspx
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according to Top Gear it is a Chav car!! might have to have a re think
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I have never had a Renault before but I quite fancy this little number

http://www.renault.co.uk/cars/model/...t/product.aspx
haram... *shakes head*

really though that car is fugly when you see it in the flesh and its french so i just don't trust the roof at all
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haram... *shakes head*

really though that car is fugly when you see it in the flesh and its french so i just don't trust the roof at all
You would be wise to stay clear, I've a Renault, although it's not that one....it has had some major problems for a 2 year old car...
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You could try this one....


I know, it's nasty!
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You could try this one....


I know, it's nasty!


no chance, think I might take a look at the Puegot Convertible as well
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There is a kind of Vel Satis theme to them now. That's what I'd do of course, style a whole range of cars on a quirky car that never sold well . If I wanted a small convertible that shouted "I'm gay" I'd go for the VW Eos, miles ahead of the rest IMO.

You have to stretch a bit to Mercedes SLK. Yes, it's a lot more expensive but it's actually a nice car to drive rather than a Megan or 206 with the roof cut off. Engineers at Mercedes actually started out with the intentions of making a convertible car so they did it the right way .
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There is a kind of Vel Satis theme to them now. That's what I'd do of course, style a whole range of cars on a quirky car that never sold well . If I wanted a small convertible that shouted "I'm gay" I'd go for the VW Eos, miles ahead of the rest IMO.

You have to stretch a bit to Mercedes SLK. Yes, it's a lot more expensive but it's actually a nice car to drive rather than a Megan or 206 with the roof cut off. Engineers at Mercedes actually started out with the intentions of making a convertible car so they did it the right way .
I love the EOS but it is out of my budget sadly husband was going to get the SLK but ended up with a Volvo, long story.
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I had loads of Renaults over the years and never had any problems with them.
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I had loads of Renaults over the years and never had any problems with them.
Had a Scenic back in the UK. What can I say, erm, it was pale blue....

Don't remember any major probs with it.
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no chance, think I might take a look at the Puegot Convertible as well
BC a friend of mine has one and has had loads of probs with it, parts and servicing very exp as well
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There is a kind of Vel Satis theme to them now. That's what I'd do of course, style a whole range of cars on a quirky car that never sold well . If I wanted a small convertible that shouted "I'm gay" I'd go for the VW Eos, miles ahead of the rest IMO.

You have to stretch a bit to Mercedes SLK. Yes, it's a lot more expensive but it's actually a nice car to drive rather than a Megan or 206 with the roof cut off. Engineers at Mercedes actually started out with the intentions of making a convertible car so they did it the right way .
VW Eos, whats so good about it then? Saw one the other day, looks nice.
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BC a friend of mine has one and has had loads of probs with it, parts and servicing very exp as well
back to drawing board it seems, realistically nothing will happen because I won't be able to sell my car
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back to drawing board it seems, realistically nothing will happen because I won't be able to sell my car
you can trade in though, you wont get a great price though.

Prob with most conv cars here is the AC compressors break down and they cost a fortune.
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you can trade in though, you wont get a great price though.

Prob with most conv cars here is the AC compressors break down and they cost a fortune.
I have just seen a fab Infiniti FX35 on Dubizzle as well
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