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Old 02-05-2007, 05:33 AM   #111
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That reminds me, the Audi seats in the A4, look soooo comfy, the way it indulges your body into the leather XD.
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Old 02-05-2007, 06:34 AM   #112
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That reminds me, the Audi seats in the A4, look soooo comfy, the way it indulges your body into the leather XD.
They are, but I don't particularly like leather, at first they're OK, but after a while they tend to sqeak as you move, like leather sofas do, & in hot weather they are clammy.
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Old 02-05-2007, 06:41 AM   #113
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from what I heard "real" leather doesnt get sticky, leatherette does however....but thats just what I heard I just know like my dads seats in his BMW dont get very sticky, even against bare skin
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Old 02-05-2007, 06:41 AM   #114
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there all nice cars...mercedes parts are expensive!!!We used to own one and our key got messed up it cost 175 dollars!!how about a toyota celica??? there nice and fast plus on top of that there four seaaters and a little money into it and it can be awesome...and unlike the mercedes or another expensive car you wont question yourself as why the hell you paid so much for a car lol.
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Old 02-05-2007, 04:41 PM   #115
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from what I heard "real" leather doesnt get sticky, leatherette does however....but thats just what I heard I just know like my dads seats in his BMW dont get very sticky, even against bare skin
That's true, today, my dad's gonna test drive a Audi woot
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That's true, today, my dad's gonna test drive a Audi.
He won't regret it if he decides to buy, I get a buzz every time I drive mine!, I was on a 40mph limit dual carriageway only this morning, & was up to over 70 before I realised it, it has such a quiet, smooth surge of power, sweet!
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Old 02-05-2007, 05:44 PM   #117
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Yeah, quite a few people say, they like taking longer routes, and just driving around with them, since it's so quiet inside, and fun to drive. And i heard the sound system is superb?
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from what I heard "real" leather doesnt get sticky, leatherette does however....but thats just what I heard I just know like my dads seats in his BMW dont get very sticky, even against bare skin
LOL! Now there's a mental picture for you.
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Yeah, quite a few people say, they like taking longer routes, and just driving around with them, since it's so quiet inside, and fun to drive. And i heard the sound system is superb?
It is, pretty powerful, but always spot-on with tone & balance between the four speakers, as good as the six & more that some enthusiasts fit, the full volume is too much, & is impossible to have up that high, for more than a minute or two, & dangerous, as no outside sound can be heard, none of the speaker are evident, as they are in the four doors, hidden behind a very fine rigid mesh, the front two are actually four, as they have woofers & tweeters, sellf-seek top of the range radio with traffic conditions announcements in your area, in other words it's the bees knees!!
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we test drove a VW Passat 2.0T on saturday and is the engine noise music to my ears haha. Its a great car. We also test drove the 3.6 which was also really nice. A little more luxurious. We are planning to drive the Audi A4 soon too. Thanks for the tips Brook!
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