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Re: •°o* Ye Olde Castle Volume 61- Enjoy the Australian Open with us

Originally Posted by JayR View Post

Close run thing betweeen the Audi and the Maserati. But on balance, probably the Audi. The BMW looks like a boyracers car...
Originally Posted by Litotes View Post
I'd go with the Audi. Several of my colleagues drive Audi and have only good things to say about it.

Have to say, though, I don't own a car myself, so I'm no expert. I used to have an old Opel but when I had to scrap it I found I didn't need to replace it immediately, and now I've managed without for a couple of years.
Thanks guys! I was thinking the same. The BMW is nice too, but maybe the rims make it too sporty. I want to have a bit of a business car as well.

Although the Maserati is original, the Audi is the one I liked the most too. It's the most expensive one but Audi is pretty reliable and pretty comfortable!

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