Nothing finer than a magenta Fiesta.

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Re: Nothing finer than a magenta Fiesta.

Post by Turbojett on Thu Apr 24, 2014 10:35 pm

Oh. well never mind then. At least it's not ugly.

Wonder what the Chinacruze would look like with that top grille removed....hmmm :hmmm: 
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Re: Nothing finer than a magenta Fiesta.

Post by JaysonAych on Mon May 19, 2014 4:19 am

Wow, this makes the American Cruze look even shittier. http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2016-chevrolet-cruze-sedan-spy-photos-news

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Re: Nothing finer than a magenta Fiesta.

Post by Turbojett on Wed May 21, 2014 7:04 pm

not a fan of the grille, but everything else is nice enough.
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Re: Nothing finer than a magenta Fiesta.

Post by dunnas on Fri Jul 04, 2014 2:17 pm

dunnas wrote:Sorry for bringing up an old topic, but I searched for Fiesta on here and this is the best I got.  Plus it is me, Dunnas.  I can do what I like.   :jay: 

I picked up a new Fiesta ST last month to replace my old Renault Sport Clio (which I forgot to talk about trade in for in the end and I now have sitting around unregistered (registration is due around now but i'm not going to pay it.  Just now realised I need to cancel my insurance too) with a number of issues and no idea what i'll do with it).  I picked it up on the afternoon of the 12th and then headed off on a 1,800km drive to my Mum's place in Queensland on the morning of the 14th.  

Was very nice on my drive up north.  Lovely to have cruise control again after 6 1/2 years without it.  The seats are super supportive (as Jay would probably know as I'm sure he sat in an ST focus while he was at the dealer before settling on the shit one  :roflmao: ).  I need to lose some weight again to squeeze a bit better myself, but even then the seats seemed to hold me in well while pushing the car around the turns in the tight and most stupid to push it section of my drive up.  I actually had the front end feel like it was starting to push wide like it does in Forza around one corner. Yeah, i'm a pussy when it comes to pussy when it comes to pushing a car much in real life.  :heeheehee: 

Unlike the US Fiesta ST (4 doors and Mexican built), ours are German built and 2 doors only.  Here is the only pic i've taken of it, which was taken close to Canberra (Australia's capital) on my drive up to my mum's.  


So, the clio is still sitting around, registered too because my dad must have called me within about 2 days of me making this post to tell me he was going to pay it (I was still using his address for that) and take the car to his place (while i was 2000 km away at my mums) and fix it up for road worthiness. As for that insurance that I remembered needed to be cancelled at the time I wrote this post, I just got around to cancelling that yesterday after receiving my renewal notice a couple of weeks ago. I think I confused remembering about it while writing this post as having cancelled it.

The FiST is still going well, although it is driven far too frequently given I work from home and am basically a hermit. This has been made even worse by the fact that for the last month I have been ordering "Light'n'easy" which is a calorie controlled menu of food which is home delivered which means that I don't even need to leave the house to go to the supermarket for food. I only need to pop to the local supermarket (shit, very expensive town of 1.5K people type supermarket that you never actually do proper shopping at) to buy smokes and some bottles of sugar free pop (I call it soft drink).

I bought the car in December and I think it is at about 6,700 (Km's that is, not miles), and about 4k of that was the trip to my mum's and back.

By the way. Hello everybody. I need to get over this weird thing I have where I can only come back here when i'm drunk because I know I was drunk the last time and was worried what I said.
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Re: Nothing finer than a magenta Fiesta.

Post by JaysonAych on Sat Jul 05, 2014 3:32 am

It's AF (kinda). No need to be worried about what you said :cheers:

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