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2008/05/14 17:43:55 (permalink)

recommend me a ladies car £7k or under

looking for a cute ECONOMICAL car for my sister, gonna buy her a pressie since she got into medicine at uni. Would like house recommendations please?

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    emma6687
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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 18:09:24 (permalink)
    Aww that's really nice!

    Not sure about prices new but I've got a toyota yaris. Steering's really light and it's really reliable. Also you're quite high up - which isn't great in the wind but is great for seeing the road (especially if she's a shorty like me lol).

    Only problem I had was rear window visibility - but I just removed back seat headrests.

    I got mine 2 years ago for £5000 when it was 8 months old and only 8,000 miles.

    Like I say not sure about price new tho.

    Hopes this helps, and congrats to your sister :)
    post edited by emma6687 - 2008/05/14 18:10:04
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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 18:20:43 (permalink)


    Top of the range aga, why buy her a car?...
    post edited by Red Man - 2008/05/14 18:21:22

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    jw8725
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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 18:24:17 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Red Man

    why buy her a car?...


    cos shes got into med school at Oxford.

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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 18:26:06 (permalink)
    A ladies' car?

    WTF is one of those?

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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 18:26:31 (permalink)
    pug 206 cc
    come in a 1.6 but quite economical on fuel
    get a nice 06 plate with low miles for that

    mazda mx5
    same as above

    corsa?
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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 18:27:52 (permalink)
    mx5
    bmw m3
    volkswagon golf gti
    yaris
    corsa
    mr2
    honda s2000
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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 18:45:10 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: jw8725


    ORIGINAL: Red Man

    why buy her a car?...


    cos shes got into med school at Oxford.


    Was just a light hearted joke mate but never mind...

    "You're not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on." Dean Martin

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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 18:47:05 (permalink)
    daihatsu copen

    Really girly car.

    Well done to your sis btw that is awesome.
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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 18:56:08 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: JohnKerr2

    A ladies' car?

    WTF is one of those?



    Example:


    Lead guitarist and vocals of a one man band...
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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 19:03:14 (permalink)
    i got a good looking MGF for sale. That would do her nice!!!
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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 19:10:29 (permalink)
    Ah, I see.

    OK, some suggestions:







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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 19:27:07 (permalink)
    My GF has the 206cc... it looks cute I suppose
    The new mini is always good
    Those little Citron C2's look in the same cute bracket

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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 19:31:41 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Red Man


    ORIGINAL: jw8725


    ORIGINAL: Red Man

    why buy her a car?...


    cos shes got into med school at Oxford.


    Was just a light hearted joke mate but never mind...

    sorry mate, that is a nice cooker by the way. Er how much are those then?

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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 19:44:32 (permalink)


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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 20:22:13 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: JohnKerr2

    Ah, I see.

    OK, some suggestions:






    I really, REALLY want one of them !!! *droools*

    And though she be but little, she is fierce..
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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 20:23:41 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: jw8725


    ORIGINAL: Red Man


    ORIGINAL: jw8725


    ORIGINAL: Red Man

    why buy her a car?...


    cos shes got into med school at Oxford.


    Was just a light hearted joke mate but never mind...

    sorry mate, that is a nice cooker by the way. Er how much are those then?


    Ironically, that one is around £7k...

    Edit.. In all seriousness, at uni she wont need much so save a little dough and get her a ford ka. Everything a girl student needs imo.
    post edited by Red Man - 2008/05/14 20:24:39

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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 20:25:46 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Welshy


    ORIGINAL: JohnKerr2

    Ah, I see.

    OK, some suggestions:






    I really, REALLY want one of them !!! *droools*


    Hmm. Not sure. I might've made a mistake. It might not be a 'ladies' car'.

    Don't want you breaking the law now, do we?

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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 20:28:00 (permalink)
    GIMMIE !!

    And though she be but little, she is fierce..
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    RE: recommend me a ladies car £7k or under 2008/05/14 20:36:36 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Welshy

    GIMMIE !!


    I'm sorry Welshy love. I've been in touch with the Ministry of Motors and they specify that Policy Item 34 (b) Sub-sections 4(a)-4(d) of the 1953 Ladies' Vehicular Ownership Act clearly state that no woman may own or drive a motor-vehicle of over 1 litre engine displacement, producing more than 55 break horse power, driving anything other than the front wheels and without designation of special-edition 'Splash' stickers, pop-up sunroof, wheel-trims and illuminated vanity-mirror.

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