Isn't that just the other tunnel one kilometre down the road?
Had a Ford Mondeo Hybrid thing. Was nice but notnas nice/seemless to drive as a Lexus or Toyota. Also had a weird adaptive cc that was sometimes too hard in slowing down, and other times way too late and hard on the brakes.
I had the 'Vignale' edition which is the fanciest one, but despite heated leather everything (and the latest Ford Sync system, which is awesome) I felt it was trying too hard to be premium when it clearly isn't. It's like the interior wrote checks the exterior and handling couldn't cash.
Small boot also, because batteries.
narf;n3417511 said:Europcar again made me an offer I can't refuse under 18/day to revisit the burping fartmachine, though out of a lineup of interesting colour schemes they gave me the boring white one
Different tunnel, same
Thoughts on the car are unchanged - fun in the mountains, useless as a daily. Hella cheap though - 0.182/km slightly less thirsty at 7.64l/100km.
The roads are still epic, you can do some grand touring down there - if you haven't been, go.
DaBoom;n3542511 said:Goddomot narf.
Found out it's one of the cheapest places to go from Finland, on few days notice at least. Roads there were good fun indeed, even if a bit slippery at times..
Spectre;n3542898 said:The PowerShift "DCT" in that car isn't exactly a full house conventional DCT. It's a dumbed down economy version dual *dry* clutch DCT where pretty much everyone else uses wet dual clutches (similar to a motorcycle clutch) - and the wet vs dry issue makes all the difference. Dry clutch DCT in cars = awful so far.