Re: 159 - It's the Small Things
The scrolling odometer is supposed to be neat, I wouldnt know as I cant take my eyes off the road long enough to watch it without cannoning into the back of someone!
The rings you need to look at closely, they are surpringly well finished, just like the QP and Bravo!
Bravo is inherently more palsticky everywhere else.
The micro positioning on the seat runners and the tip/tilt combo is great, unfortunately the lumbar support adjusters feel like they are broke - but they are not.
We have the best looking, nattiest trimmed car in the sector, but the one with the lowest development budget, what did we expect.
Its a shame as most of the car is well engineered, as well as any Audi or BM, but the build and QC is really, really patchy.
In fact the actual engineering is beyond VAG's and Lex/Toyota commitee's and platform sharing, but build by Italian communists who dont give a **** just isnt sustainable at 30 grand. (OK mine was only 23..)