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    Really wanting to swap in for a diesel ESTATE!!!!

    Old age is really creeping in now and I really do need to return to an automatic, knee is creaking and my left arm just wont clear up, really begining to think it's the car causing it, maybe the armrest or just the position i have to sit to give enough room behind me for my customers.

    Found the said car in a Design spec today, but it's a 55 plate and they want 15.5k for it

    Plus I'm not in position to change the car for another 18 mths minimum, unless I want a depreciation balance loaded on again, no sir!! did it once before and didn't like it, 13k car, 16k with the interest, had it 30 mths and disposed of it for 3.3k owing 5.2k on it, still it had to go the box was shot and would have cost 1500 notes to sort anyway.

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    Oi, there's nowt wrong with diesel, or an estate, or a autobox, or all three together, and that doesn't make me that old !!!
    That combination is like rocking horse poo though !!!

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    For leg room for rear passengers matey - you need a Signum dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJA
    For leg room for rear passengers matey - you need a Signum dude.
    The estate is exactly the same, with a bigger boot.

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    I thought the whole point of the Signum was it had extra rear leg room? Otherwise what's the point of the car?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Growler
    That combination is like rocking horse poo though !!!
    Tell me about it, the Signums the same. Supply not equalling demand here.

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    yep, more leg room, but with a smaller boot than a standard Vec...

    we got caught out with thinking it'd be bigger..

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    The Sigbum is based on the same chassis as the estate, and the internal spacing is the same, they both have the same extra rear leg room compared the the hatch or saloon.
    But the boot is nothing compared to the estate, cant say as I really compared it to the hatch though.
    What's the point of the car, well that's what most people seem to think, lol. (don't flame me, I like Sigbums, its just what most Joe public think !!!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Growler
    The estate is exactly the same, with a bigger boot.
    I've just checked and, 'you learn something new everyday'. I thought the whole point of the Signum was it's improved space for rear passengers, but it's real purpose in life is to provide this rear space but not look like a hearse.



    Only joking peeps!

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    ohh...cutting..

    the signum's boot is about 6" shorter than the GSi's...and with the rear boot liners sticking out more, it is quite tiny really..

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