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As EVERYONE is now focused on Cost cutting, this young chap would like to show you the 3 series replacment car:-

We hear that now than Vauxhall/Opal has been palmed off expect a major push by GM to take Vauxhall customer base. Also with cost cutting & massive unemployment the requirment of a "Bribe of a BMW" or "Perk of a Merc" days are over.

Sales rep etc will down grade to this & we hear next year a 3 pot 1,000 cc turbo low CO2 engine with 115 bhp & 135 Flbs of torque will be the "REP mo-vile"

Mike

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As EVERYONE is now focused on Cost cutting, this young chap would like to show you the 3 series replacment car:-

We hear that now than Vauxhall/Opal has been palmed off expect a major push by GM to take Vauxhall customer base. Also with cost cutting & massive unemployment the requirment of a "Bribe of a BMW" or "Perk of a Merc" days are over.

Sales rep etc will down grade to this & we hear next year a 3 pot 1,000 cc turbo low CO2 engine with 115 bhp & 135 Flbs of torque will be the "REP mo-vile"

Mike

No surely not.

I briefly drove a 5 series with a 2.5 litre engine and that gutless and burnt fuel like there was not tomorrow. My current. 4.2 litre engine does about the same MPG provided I don't put the foot down too often.

Small engines = false economy.

A 1000cc 3 series will need new engine after 70,000 miles. My current engine will do 450,000 miles no hassle.

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No surely not.

I briefly drove a 5 series with a 2.5 litre engine and that gutless and burnt fuel like there was not tomorrow. My current. 4.2 litre engine does about the same MPG provided I don't put the foot down too often.

Small engines = false economy.

A 1000cc 3 series will need new engine after 70,000 miles. My current engine will do 450,000 miles no hassle.

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