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    Quote Originally Posted by josh.p., post: 204101
    Hill-start assitant is standard on the aygo
    oooohhh!




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    The Aygo, Citreon C1, and Peugeot 107 are essentially the same cars. It's just the extra bits that each manufacturer adds on that changes them. Adrian is 6ft 2 and drives my 107 with no problem. Seats 4 and a small dog easily. I've got the mid range model and it's got a few fluffy extras like an mp3 jack on the cd player but mostly it's a basic runaround with room for a small suitcase if you don't fold down the back seats. And only 35 a year tax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 204138
    The Aygo, Citreon C1, and Peugeot 107 are essentially the same cars. It's just the extra bits that each manufacturer adds on that changes them. Adrian is 6ft 2 and drives my 107 with no problem. Seats 4 and a small dog easily. I've got the mid range model and it's got a few fluffy extras like an mp3 jack on the cd player but mostly it's a basic runaround with room for a small suitcase if you don't fold down the back seats. And only 35 a year tax.
    your right of course i was thinking of the c3 that mikes gf has got and maybe the 207
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    Quote Originally Posted by josh.p., post: 204101
    Hill-start assitant is standard on the aygo
    well if you cant do a proper hillstart on yer own you shouldnt be driving ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by josh.p., post: 204085
    Nope, it's the exact same car It's similar to how renault and ford had the galaxy and the other car (can't remember the name) one of them was 2,000 cheaper but exact same car with signs and logos.
    was the vw sharan and the seat alhambra and the galaxy that had the same shell
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    I think Honda's Fit is call the Jazz (Jazzy?) there?

    That's probably bigger than you are looking at (but it's small by US standards). Friends of ours have one and we're thinkning of it for a second car.

    It's quite nice!






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    I love the Fiat 500. :D





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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 204164
    I think Honda's Fit is call the Jazz (Jazzy?) there?

    That's probably bigger than you are looking at (but it's small by US standards). Friends of ours have one and we're thinkning of it for a second car.

    It's quite nice!
    yep the jazz, good cars honda
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    Quote Originally Posted by ukwdwnut, post: 204154
    well if you cant do a proper hillstart on yer own you shouldnt be driving ;)
    I can do a hill start just fine thankyavery much! It wasn't me who wanted it.... it was Jeff!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by ukwdwnut, post: 204155
    was the vw sharan and the seat alhambra and the galaxy that had the same shell
    That's the one!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 204164
    I think Honda's Fit is call the Jazz (Jazzy?) there?

    That's probably bigger than you are looking at (but it's small by US standards). Friends of ours have one and we're thinkning of it for a second car.

    It's quite nice!
    Yes, The Honda Jazz is this one;

    I'm not a big fan of it if I'm honest

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh.p., post: 204221
    I can do a hill start just fine thankyavery much! It wasn't me who wanted it.... it was Jeff!!!
    did i say you couldnt do one NOPE!! was meaning in general
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