One of the best things since sliced bread. Had one on a mondeo then a focus and the 1st Freelander that the wife totalled. New one doesn't have it but, I have a sneaky plan when the windscreen is due a change.
No it really doesn't I just sit in my alfa for a couple of minutes and hey presto I get the same result. Think it's called forward planning :lol: And it gives the engine chance to get a bit of warmth in it before I drive off so helping with long life. Double whammy as I see it :lol:
I'm only winding them up mate. I'd buy a ford as I know they are quite good. Probably try and get a focus RS or something like that as the chassis is very good and as for 5 year product life. They out last that fine and usually do many more years besides. But that is the target non the less. BMW and mercedes used to be 15 years
They were fantastically well equipped cars for the time. I think they might have been the first to have them though. I had a '91 Sierra that had one that didn't work (and it's the Only Sierra I've seen with one and I've seen a few) but they became commonplace in the MIV Escort and MK1 Mondeo I think.
Love this Ritmo
and this must be the coolest yet most overlooked (even by RenaultSport fans) hot hatch ever.
it looks slammed - you’ve got that horizontal line over the front wheel arch, that horizontal line over the rear wheel arch, that horizontal line running the length of the car, and...
The year is 1980. My dad has taken me to the motorshow at the NEC. I have the back page of a Ford brochure where the RS2000 and RS2000 Custom were featured on my bedroom wall. I have given up trying to explain to my dad that an RS1800 is not the same as a 1300 Popular. I am vaguely aware of...
No context here at all, so launching in; my Nan (mum’s side) has this as her last car. Little Polo.
My Nan (Babcia in Polish) wasn’t the best driver. I think she took the car out simply for the purpose of adding...