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Audi S3 Sedan 2.0 TFSI S tronic (A) 2015
Reviewed on 15 May 2015 8:04AM views314
Reviewd by: mrgee
Very happy with my
purchase
Similar cars tried: Golf R
Fuel consumption: 11.7 km/litre
Drive pattern: Best FC 13.88 on mainly highway. 11.7 on urban use.
Duration of car driven: 3 months
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Strengths

Four Door Sedan

Weaknesses

Slight turbo lag. Rear headroom tight for tall passengers

The Review

Very easy to drive for such a powerful car. Drive select is usefully configurable for different driving tastes. LED headlights are powerful but looks spotty. Synthetic sound gives overtly loud engine noises (I lowered mine) All Wheel Drive gives great assurance when driving esp in the wet.

Honda Civic Hybrid 1.3 i-VTEC (A) 2009
Reviewed on 7 May 2015 2:51PM views637
Reviewd by: Muru
Duration of car driven: Not Sure
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Was driving an 08 1.3 civic hybrid. Was a used car. Battery started failing after 6 months lemon period. Would charge but cannot hold the power. Out of a sudden it will lose power. What is needed when you drive into highway. Posed danger. Driving pattern also has had to be different. If not will not charge properly.Heard battery can last 3 years only. It needs 8 sparkplugs. Brade fluid top-up to be done somewhere under. Not top. If everything works in the car well it can prove to be a beeter ride than the civic 1.6A.

Renault Fluence 1.5 dCI (A) 2014
Reviewed on 22 Mar 2015 6:05PM views2188
Reviewd by: SohGK
Duration of car driven: Not Sure
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The Renault Fluence is a spacious, practical, stylish and well built family sedan. I did a test drive of the 1.6 CVT and the 1.5 dCi one after the other and the difference was obvious. The 1.6 CVT was quieter but slower. The 1.5 dCi was much more responsive with not much turbo lag, and I was doing over 100 km/h without realizing it. The effortless acceleration was impressive for a fairly large family sedan. The steering also felt a bit more taut and sporty than in the 1.6 CVT. The diesel clatter was obvious outside the car, but in the cabin it was reasonably quiet. Both are good cars but the 1.5 dCi is clearly ahead in drivability, plus, it claims a far better fuel consumption figure too. Having test driven a wide range of Japanese, Korean and European family sedans, this is the one that most impressed me.

Audi S3 Sedan 2.0 TFSI S-Tronic Quattro (A) 2014
Reviewed on 26 Feb 2015 1:06PM views2891
Reviewd by: mrgee
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Just got my car last week so it's too early to quantify reliability. whilst running in, fuel consumption can be a good a mid 8l/100km in efficiency mode to mid 10l/100km in auto mode. The B&O system is very clear but bass could be tighter. Happy the system plays FLAC files. Magnetic ride is a strong plus in this car vs Golf 7R Build quality is very tangible

Infiniti Q50 Sport 2.0 Turbo (A) 2014
Reviewed on 16 Dec 2014 7:36PM views5050
Reviewd by: craver
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Another soup up over price Nissan Hmmm if I'm wealthy why buy this ??

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