Here is proof that bugs stick to the mirrors of the 159.Was playing with the camera on Sunday morning before i washed the car after driving from Essex to Yorkshire and the whole of the front, windscreen and mirrors were covered in bugs.I think they thought that if they were going to die it would be best going out in style http://i338.photobucket.com/albums/n...l/474d4a3c.jpg
I've got TONS of bugs...always a hassle to get off as well. Noticed more bugs on my ti than any other car.
The cars a devil to keep clean.
I don't know that it's a "devil to keep clean". I think that being such a beautiful car you just can't help looking at it a lot and noticing all the bugs and dirt.
And you want to see what an Australian summer evening drive does to the front end. Get out in the country at sunset and there are about 2 trillion bugs per kilometer, trouble is a few resemble kangaroos (and a 159 looks crap with a roo bar out front).
Oh it's a tough life owning a 159. Now where did I put my Kitten Wash-n-wax?
My car is red and the bugs are obviously throwing themselves in front of me and committing suicide!
Of course I hardly ever drive above 45 miles an hour, even on the open road - so it couldn't be the speed