VW Citi .:R Line Review -Cars in Action July 2007

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VW Citi .:R Line Review -Cars in Action July 2007

Postby Velociti .:R » Wed Apr 08, 2009 11:12 am

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Re: VW Citi .:R Line Review -Cars in Action July 2007

Postby MadMax101 » Thu Oct 22, 2009 8:58 pm

my uncle has an R line he never drives it but my cuz takes it out as often as posable and gives every thing a hiding including a V6 tow truck
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Postby RainMaker » Fri Oct 23, 2009 6:28 am

The Citi will rule forever !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! From the 1.4i to the 1.8i it is the best and most fun car on the road. PUNT.
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Postby Citi-R » Tue Oct 27, 2009 3:51 pm

nice :drool:
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Postby CITI ROX » Mon Nov 07, 2011 10:23 am

I totally agree rain maker
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Postby Mk1Crazee » Tue Nov 28, 2017 6:15 pm

The safety review is hilarious lol but yes they are super fun
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Re: VW Citi .:R Line Review -Cars in Action July 2007

Postby Mk1Crazee » Tue Nov 28, 2017 6:42 pm

Some guys comment on the CitiR review

"I think the time is way overdue for VW to put this model to bed, forever. This car takes advantage of young people that want a nippie ride. VW know that that youngsters will go for performance over their own safety and they are exploiting this by still producing this car. I see numerous accidents with this model of car and the damage they sustain is always horrific. This car is completely flawed, and someone like the SABS needs to intervene and deem it unsafe and outdated."
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Postby Juan the dealer » Mon Dec 04, 2017 10:11 pm

Sob. Sob

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Re: VW Citi .:R Line Review -Cars in Action July 2007

Postby Wolf Mk2 16V » Tue Dec 05, 2017 7:30 am

Mk1Crazee wrote:Some guys comment on the CitiR review

"I think the time is way overdue for VW to put this model to bed, forever. This car takes advantage of young people that want a nippie ride. VW know that that youngsters will go for performance over their own safety and they are exploiting this by still producing this car. I see numerous accidents with this model of car and the damage they sustain is always horrific. This car is completely flawed, and someone like the SABS needs to intervene and deem it unsafe and outdated."


Hehehehe they haven't made a citi in more than eight years
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Re: VW Citi .:R Line Review -Cars in Action July 2007

Postby EX-DOHCTOR » Tue Dec 05, 2017 8:38 am

Wolf Mk2 16V wrote:Hehehehe they haven't made a citi in more than eight years


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Re: VW Citi .:R Line Review -Cars in Action July 2007

Postby Neuk » Tue Dec 05, 2017 9:16 am

Mk1Crazee wrote:Some guys comment on the CitiR review

"I think the time is way overdue for VW to put this model to bed, forever. This car takes advantage of young people that want a nippie ride. VW know that that youngsters will go for performance over their own safety and they are exploiting this by still producing this car. I see numerous accidents with this model of car and the damage they sustain is always horrific. This car is completely flawed, and someone like the SABS needs to intervene and deem it unsafe and outdated."


Sounds like someone who gets offended and needs pronouns.
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Re: VW Citi .:R Line Review -Cars in Action July 2007

Postby Mk1Crazee » Tue Dec 05, 2017 9:20 am

Neuk wrote:
Mk1Crazee wrote:Some guys comment on the CitiR review

"I think the time is way overdue for VW to put this model to bed, forever. This car takes advantage of young people that want a nippie ride. VW know that that youngsters will go for performance over their own safety and they are exploiting this by still producing this car. I see numerous accidents with this model of car and the damage they sustain is always horrific. This car is completely flawed, and someone like the SABS needs to intervene and deem it unsafe and outdated."


Sounds like someone who gets offended and needs pronouns.


lol sounds like the kinda guy that calls an LS a Rabbit
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