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Opinion - Page 63

 
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    What I've found interesting is how advanced the modern car has become. I have to confess, a year ago I'd never driven anything with cruise control (my own car doesn't even have power steering) and now

  • Opinion

    In between chatting to manufacturers, seeing old journalist faces, and seeing overhyped car launches, for example, Volvo XC60 (even if I do think it’s a good car)

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    Last Friday's visit was cancelled after he'd received the wrong tyre, then on Monday he came back and left without doing the job claiming the Mazda2 wasn't there and he'd tried everyone in the office to sort it out.

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    The repair industry is really up against it. Cars are becoming so complex that the training needed to stay on top of the progression of technology is going to be really difficult.

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    We ended up having to drive the same car over the off road course and drive the manual version up and down the road in the car park for 10 mins so we didn't miss our flight back to the UK.

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    As i drove past the job centre close by to the factory (which ironically had queues of people waiting outside) I was amazed at just how derelict the building was.

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    Several presentations were made and they were interesting. I met an extremely enthusiastic David Cresswell during the coffee break and he did an amazing job fielding questions to each speaker and even coming up with some himself.

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    The latest in what is becoming a strong bloodline has everything that made the old one a great car, but with a splash of improvements to bring it bang up to date. More good news for Audi dealers.

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    It's a cringeworthy moment. Not only to have the misfortune of filling up with the wrong fuel in the first place, but to have to enlist the help of a rival company.

  • Opinion

    It’s about this time of year that manufacturers start to get in the festive spirit and send us gifts which in no way attempt to influence our editorial content.