Soon to be ex ccer

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Soon to be ex ccer

Post by cabriogirlx72 »

Just found out today my cc is a write of i am gutted i have had 3 of them a 2.0 in moonstone,a 2.0 in caymen and a 1.6 in moonstone. Still love the car and i am tempted to buy another but i am thinking is it time for a change?

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Re: Soon to be ex ccer

Post by GrandadMonkey »

If you are thinking that, then it probably is. If ours was written off I really don't know what we'd go for - my wife likes the new Audi A1, but the Citroen DS3 looks good value, and there is a cabrio version that catches my eye.
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Post by Capncol »

My son has a DS3. It's a nice car, and Citroen seem to have gone away from their *quirky* dash layouts that they produced in things like the C8
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Re: Soon to be ex ccer

Post by Thar »

The DS3 is nice but not a true cabrio.

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