Cheap VW Phaeton – Yes or No? (AKA bought Phatdeo instead 😬)

#101

Ooooh…nice…mmmmmmmm…V8…

#102

Toyota Camry
Lexus LS400/430
Hyundai Sonata
Ford Mundano

#103

No
No
Fuck, no
Yes, most likely. :neutral_face:

An earlier post in this thread actually got me thinking and I found a likely Skoda Superb candidate not 10 miles from where I live. With a proper V6 petrol engine and everything. Sadly I’m stuck in the arse end of Ireland until tomorrow and it looks like it sold this morning. :angry:

#104

Nissan Murano 2006. £1785. Auto trader

#105

The Mazda Xedos. 2.0 V6 Autotrader. Is now £995 :heart_eyes:

#106

Two words. The second one is ‘off’

:wink:

#107

It’s nice but has a few too many historic corrosion-related MOT issues for my liking.

#108

Yuk!

#109

Broken Merc is gone - we are officially a one car household.

Let the test driving commence!

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#110

get an Audi S8

#111

Get the Phaeton. End of story.

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#112

Unlikely. There will be regular moaning about what’s broken this week and how obscenely expensive it was to fix.

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#113

Exactly he has a duty now to the forum for our ongoing entertainment.

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#114

It’s a pretty reliable car.

#115

I’m hoping it’s not and we find out through Adam.:rofl:

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#116

Buy a 15 year old Honda Civic.

#117

Honda Legend.

Niche and age appropriate :joy:

#118

Buy a K24 Accord.

#119

Buy an RX8

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#120

Buy an RX8 and a Phaeton.

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