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we may be a little older but lets face it we are a lot smaller than the Americans and our cars smell less of food...ha ha ha
 

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Celica66 said:
we may be a little older but lets face it we are a lot smaller than the Americans and our cars smell less of food...ha ha ha



Well judging by the spread on here it quite similar to the US... Although over in the US there were alot fo high school/uni students think abotu taking out 100% with their parents/grandparent guarantors.

I think part of it is down to the fact that in the states its £18K (because they are getting a more basic model and don't have 20% sales TAX)





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yup i understand completely but as we get older we can then afford the cars that we want and not just the cars that we can afford if you know what i mean
 

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I just update my previous post because it didnt make sense.

Well a couple of thing come into play for the more "experienced generations"


1) Older people earn more.
2) Mortgages tend to be small or paid off.

Celica66 said:
yup i understand completely but as we get older we can
then afford the cars that we want and not just the cars that we can
afford if you know what i mean
I dont know about you but I want a Maclaren MP4-C and my owm test track!
Likely I will never achieve this! lol
 
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