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ID:	399790 Although I've loved my trouble-free DS3, I've decided I need a change; something bigger, more comfortable, automatic and with gadgets - lots of gadgets! So, today I ordered my new Audi Q2 Sport. After having a test drive yesterday, I knew it was definitely the car for me. So, farewell to the friends I've made on here. Keep having DS fun and perhaps we'll meet again.
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    Hi Jo67. Long time no see (on here). Its been a while since I've seen your DS3 and I've never seen decals like that before ever!! Looks awesome!!

    When do you pick up your Q2 Sport? Did you get a decent trade in for your DS3? Don't feel you need to disappear forever, it would be good for you to stick around.
    DS3 DSport eHDi 145 - Stage 1 with K&N - Shark Grey & Infinite Blue​​​​​​

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    • #3
      I changed to a Mk 7 VW R a few year ago, cos I wanted bigger, better performance and more gadgets- in fact so many gadgets I ignored most of them- too complicated

      Didn't like the " bigger" much, and the performance was fantastic- 360bhp after a tuning box and 500 n/m of torque. Was tailgating someone at 130 mph once, thought- this is silly. Too much performance

      Now I am back with a DS3

      Thinking electric soon, or Audi R8
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Funky View Post
        Hi Jo67. Long time no see (on here). Its been a while since I've seen your DS3 and I've never seen decals like that before ever!! Looks awesome!!

        When do you pick up your Q2 Sport? Did you get a decent trade in for your DS3? Don't feel you need to disappear forever, it would be good for you to stick around.
        I had the decals custom designed and made last year. They look awesome. Every time I approach the car from a distance I'm like, wow! I actually didn't get a very good trade in price because of the roof wrap and the decals (so they said but I take it with a pinch of salt). TBH, I don't really care because I've had good vfm out of the car. Apart from a new battery, it hasn't cost me anything in repairs over and above the standard services. I fully intended to keep it another couple of years but then I woke up Tuesday morning and thought, mmm, I fancy a change.

        The Q2 is coming out of Audi stock so I should have my sweaty paws on it next week, fingers crossed.
        "I'm a writer. I give the truth scope."
        https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010501688560

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Chris_Blue View Post
          I changed to a Mk 7 VW R a few year ago, cos I wanted bigger, better performance and more gadgets- in fact so many gadgets I ignored most of them- too complicated

          Didn't like the " bigger" much, and the performance was fantastic- 360bhp after a tuning box and 500 n/m of torque. Was tailgating someone at 130 mph once, thought- this is silly. Too much performance

          Now I am back with a DS3

          Thinking electric soon, or Audi R8
          I don't like to revisit things so I can't see myself in another DS3 in the future. I'd quite like to go electric but I'm not convinced it's a good choice yet.
          "I'm a writer. I give the truth scope."
          https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010501688560

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          • #6
            The Citreon near me said they aren't making them any more soon, making way for the DS3 Crossback which for the same spec as my DS3, is nearly 10K more... so yeah, this will be my last too. That said, I will try and make it last as long as possible not to bend to the New World Order's plan of having electric automated cars.

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