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    Today - I will mostly be driving.....



    1.6 'Life' - which is a contradiction in terms.
    why do today what you can...... I'll finish this later

    2958cc was 175BHP @ 4000rpm, 370Nm (273lb.ft.) @ 1900rpm NOW 230BHP/469Nm (344.9lb/ft)!! www.IUsedToOwnTwoAstras.com

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    from vauxhall again ?

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    yupski - they now have the bits for the rear roof mounted lights and front disks
    why do today what you can...... I'll finish this later

    2958cc was 175BHP @ 4000rpm, 370Nm (273lb.ft.) @ 1900rpm NOW 230BHP/469Nm (344.9lb/ft)!! www.IUsedToOwnTwoAstras.com

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    Could be worse, it might have been a 1.4

    Actually, a 1.6 Life would be a big upgrade for me, so don't knock it.

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    The car pictured is a Breeze model.....the Lifes worse

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    whats the difference? trim?
    ShaanK. BMW E92 335i Msport and BMW E83 2.5i X3

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    I thought that squiggly '@' like symbol on the side flank was the 'life' symbol
    why do today what you can...... I'll finish this later

    2958cc was 175BHP @ 4000rpm, 370Nm (273lb.ft.) @ 1900rpm NOW 230BHP/469Nm (344.9lb/ft)!! www.IUsedToOwnTwoAstras.com

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    Life models have a badge that says "life", while the squiggly @ symbol is for breeze models. The life comes with steel wheels and plastic trims, the breeze gets alloys, but I think the engines are the same... Take it that car doesn't have a "sport" button then?!
    Stock car racing - if they get in the way, put them away!!

    Real race cars don't have doors!!

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    It's probably part of the Million Mile Drive thing - Vxl used Breeze models for that.

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    just taken the car out - the centre console said --RANGE-- 22 miles

    Put in 5 litres - enough to pootle around in and drove the 2 miles home -

    returned to the car this afternoon - --RANGE-- 12 miles.

    got it down to 6 miles when refilled with 20 litres...

    range now gone up to 256 miles. It didnt register the first 5 litres at all.
    why do today what you can...... I'll finish this later

    2958cc was 175BHP @ 4000rpm, 370Nm (273lb.ft.) @ 1900rpm NOW 230BHP/469Nm (344.9lb/ft)!! www.IUsedToOwnTwoAstras.com

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