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21-08-2012 16:39 #31
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21-08-2012 17:05 #34
eta thus why I don't see the point in getting an auto 4WD when I wont even drive it 4WDing..
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21-08-2012 17:42 #35Senior Member
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I have never had one but used to ride in my bosses defender and it used to make me car sick but so does my folks navara as that is bumpy too. Honestly would you buy a defender if you had the choice of any 4wd?
21-08-2012 19:12 #36
So underexcited (a mini vent)
Haha, therm, this is hilarious, only because I am having a pity party about the same thing! Xpt I can drive a manual, I just don't wanna!! And we've looked at soooo many 4wds that they are all blending into 1... But I am choosing the colour!
First world problem vent away!!
21-08-2012 22:14 #37
If hubby could not drive manual I would still get it I prefer manual and would be annoyed if I had to have auto. It is different and only if you love manual can you understand how annoying auto is(my work car is auto) I hate it but have to dive it.
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22-08-2012 03:45 #38
So underexcited (a mini vent)
When we were looking for a new car DH had this loooong list of specifications down to what colours he didn't want (Most of them!)
The only things we could find that fitted his criteria, and our price range were all manual...
So I told him he either had to be less fussy or learn to drive a manual.
Fortunately he learned pretty quickly (and our clutch is still intact) I wouldn't have said that if he had been through two clutches though. You stick with autos!
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