Best or worst courtesy cars?

Best or worst courtesy cars?

Postby MattAy » Wed Mar 25, 2015 7:59 am

As my scirocco is in at the stealers and I have been graced with a neon blue polo for the inconvenience, I thought I'd ask what's the best or worst courtesy cars you've had?

To be fair the polo is a great little chariot....for a bird.

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Re: Best or worst courtesy cars?

Postby JohnsonAsco » Wed Mar 25, 2015 8:50 am

Hahaha this is exactly what I got! 1.0. Thrashed the shit out of it well I tried to anyway. So slow! Shocking.
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Re: Best or worst courtesy cars?

Postby xjay1337 » Wed Mar 25, 2015 2:05 pm

Hyundai i20 - Not a bad car, just a down to earth decent car with some mod cons.
I've had a VW Polo Bluemotion (the 6R one, was actually a wonderful car).
VW Fox - Review here.. lol....http://uk-mkivs.net/topic/81333-vw-fox-12-review/
VW Up Exclamation Mark - again a little bundle of fun

The aboves were only for recalls, aside from the Fox when I reversed the car into a bicycle and dented the boot with the brake lever (doh!)
I never take cars to garages so don't get courtesy cars as such anymore lol
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Re: Best or worst courtesy cars?

Postby wigit » Thu Mar 26, 2015 9:34 pm

Had a courtesy R for two months and 4,000 miles last year due to in issue with mine

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Courtesy vehicles from Revo have included there Stage 2 7R

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Also had their K04 TSI Rocco before it had a diff which came with a be careful it bites

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Worst courtesy cars I have had are a VW Fox, Fiesta Titanium and more recently a Peugeot 208 which was just shocking
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Best or worst courtesy cars?

Postby MattAy » Tue Apr 07, 2015 6:54 pm

wigit wrote:Had a courtesy R for two months and 4,000 miles last year due to in issue with mine

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Courtesy vehicles from Revo have included there Stage 2 7R

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Also had their K04 TSI Rocco before it had a diff which came with a be careful it bites

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Worst courtesy cars I have had are a VW Fox, Fiesta Titanium and more recently a Peugeot 208 which was just shocking


The new Golf R is something else isn't it! I actually put a deposit on one but got cold feet at £30k odd and also because isn't as cool looking as its GTI brother. I bought my scirocco randomly after the mk6 GTI I went to view had sold.


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