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Just bought one these EXACTLY the same as in the picture, same colour as well, today. Been wanting one for ages but I recently found out that they had stopped making the Arosa last July so I had to bring my plans to buy one in October when mine would have to be traded in forward. There were six 'used' Arosa 1.4 16 valve sports at all the SEAT dealers countrywide and the best one just happened to be 5 miles away. It was registered to the garage last October and only has 350 miles on it, but has dropped from the new price of £10000 to £8500, bargain!
Americans wouldn't understand cos it is not a 20 litre car but this little 1.4 engine still gets it up to 117 mph and with it's sports suspension and wide low profile tyres sticks like glue in the corners.........
Why am I posting this information here? Why not I say.....wooo hooo!
[Edited on 21/2/2005 by StoddieBasher]
Just Joking of Course!!!!!!!!
[Edited on 21/2/2005 by Ger]
good luck with this little red devil!
Need to make a choice meself soon:
Finalists at this stage are:
Not very sporty, but oh, so practical.
The '8' on the left is mine, the '7' on the right is a mate's.
I'd prefer an Ibiza, but Arosa iis cool as well.
There is no substitute for cubic inches. My also wife agrees with this for one reason or another.
My brother-in-law loves his V8s, but all it took was a quick ride in my GSR Lancer a few years ago and within 6 months he had purchased a WRX.
"Like I said size matters"
hmmm..... I recall that you were driving a Ford Focus????
and by the way, I drive a Dodge Ram Quad Cab Sport 4X4 Hemi....... as Mrs. Murphy likes to add....."SWEEEEEEET"....
That's a Lexus RX300 in some other countries.
3.0 L DOHC V6 24 Valve variable valve timing.
183 Cub inshes and 220 HP.
It has 4 speed auto/manual with finger tip changing on the wheel.
Sleek and fast!
It almost drives itself and doesn't like anything to pass it.
And Oz....I've driven Holdens, Fords, Renault, a '76 Chev Caprice, Mazda MX6, a Merc, BM, and Hondas.....
but we're now a 2 Toyota family (plus my Colnago bike).
[Edited on 22/2/2005 by Murph]
Last Toyota to have some soul was the Supra twin turbo.
to those in Melbourne, please if you see a nut with a banged up motorbike lying dead in the gutter after hitting a tree in a couple of months, please put a blanket on me.
*Please note, if for some strange reason the missus reads this ... No,. I'm not really getting a motor bike.
Seriously though, I'd really love to get a bike (I'm a bit screwed in the head), but I need a car for work :(
[Edited on 23/2/2005 by Clown]
More utilitarian than comfortable, though.
[Edited on 24/2/2005 by Clown]
Oops, how siily of me....