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    Quote Originally Posted by DSapseid View Post
    I changed my car over the half term period. Now got an 09 plate Honda Civic Type R
    I'm more envious of DSapseid's 09 Honda Civic Type R, looks amazing inside and out

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    I'm more envious of DSapseid's 09 Honda Civic Type R, looks amazing inside and out
    Thanks mate, I love it!! Few pics below for everyone to see that i took on my phone earlier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DSapseid View Post
    Thanks mate, I love it!! Few pics below for everyone to see that i took on my phone earlier.
    Not sure if you want to jig the middle and end pic to rub / erase the reg plate number out ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    Not sure if you want to jig the middle and end pic to rub / erase the reg plate number out ?
    Oh yeah id forgotten about that!! Now Done Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSapseid View Post
    Oh yeah id forgotten about that!! Now Done Cheers
    no worries

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSapseid View Post
    Thanks mate, I love it!! Few pics below for everyone to see that i took on my phone earlier.
    we have the exact same method of transport

    how do you find the suspension? or lack of it :P

    when did you get it yours? (could possibly find this via reading the thread but its home time so in a rush :P)

    any extras? i've got the satnav / bluetooth hands free stuff built into the dash/steering wheel which is nice but i probably use it once every 3 months :P

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    Picked up a '60 plate Peugeot 207 1.6HDI 92 Sport at the weekend. Fantastic so far, pretty quick with smooth acceleration.

    All the gimmicks:

    Auto dimming mirror, auto lights, auto wipers, all one touch windows, usb/bluetooth/3.5mm, climate control, leather steering wheel, trip computer.
    Been getting average of 56mpg since Saturday so brilliant economy wise too :-). Will post pics at some point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSapseid View Post
    Thanks mate, I love it!! Few pics below for everyone to see that i took on my phone earlier.
    I do like the new civics. Did you think to fit your drivers side mat properly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aerospacemango View Post
    There's nothing like a long journey...whacking the cruise control on, at say 70mph, and sitting back and enjoying the drive!

    Everything about this car is sweet!

    And it is the first car I've ever had where the stereo controls are on the steering wheel!

    (Talk of not being paid enough....I only got it because of help from my Sister!)
    Agree with the CC, I LOVE it I use it all the time now, still getting used to the rain sensitive wipers on my new car very smart technology but a bit of getting used to as its weird to just let you loose vision then it kicks in and is great (need to find the right level of sensativity) but the parking system is ace Oh yeah the Leather seats are really nice and comfy

    As for being paid too much, decided i'm never going to afford a house round here so blew the house deposit and got some finance as well to get it Baked Beans for me for a few years

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    Quote Originally Posted by zai0s View Post
    we have the exact same method of transport

    how do you find the suspension? or lack of it :P

    when did you get it yours? (could possibly find this via reading the thread but its home time so in a rush :P)

    any extras? i've got the satnav / bluetooth hands free stuff built into the dash/steering wheel which is nice but i probably use it once every 3 months :P
    I personally dont find it that bad. My last car had pretty tight suspension. Although i have only had it nearly a week and only done about 180miles so i may yet change that opinion!!

    Nope no extras as such just the pure car, prefer it that way tbh, more to go wrong and adds weigh

    Quote Originally Posted by Fatmas View Post
    I do like the new civics. Did you think to fit your drivers side mat properly?
    Yeh the mats an old one and its really mangled up i have to pull it back out right all the time. Was going to buy some proper Civic type R ones from honda until i saw the price!! (£110+) so going to order my own mats and personalise them online!!

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    Still liking my Peugeot 308 despite the few faults I've had with it. Regularly get over 550 miles to one tank (diesel).

    I'm thinking when I want to get a new car I've been considering the new Astra diesel eco one. Hot knife through butter for diesel acceleration, massive MPG and looks pretty neat inside and out. either that or may actually stick with a 308 but get one with all the options i wished i'd got in the first place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSapseid View Post
    Yeh the mats an old one and its really mangled up i have to pull it back out right all the time. Was going to buy some proper Civic type R ones from honda until i saw the price!! (£110+) so going to order my own mats and personalise them online!!
    I just ordered some fitted 207 mats from Ebay for £20 including shipping. You can also get branded 107 Verve mats for that.

    I know they are not official but maybe something like this? Ebay

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    Those look alot better than the ones i had found and cheaper!! Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSapseid View Post
    Those look alot better than the ones i had found and cheaper!! Thanks!!
    No problem! I find Ebay is great for cheap alternatives like mats, phone covers, cables, kidneys etc...

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    Picked up a new 11 plate Volvo C30 SE 1.6 Start \ Stop last week.

    Got it with metallic black, parking sensors, heated seats and bluetooth

    Enjoying the 30 mile stretch of the A19 with the cruise control and my fuel bills being halfed at the moment.

    The black was filthy after 2 days though :/

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