Re: Top Gear Survey / MPH'05
- From: "Dori A Schmetterling" <ng@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 23 Nov 2005 10:15:18 -0000
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"Dori A Schmetterling" <ng@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Apropos nothing in particular, did anyone attend MPH'05 this year or
> Well, minor connection with topic. Jeremy presents Top Gear and MPH'05
> This year it was in Birmingham and London.
> I went last Sunday. Mind-blowing. Millions of quid's worth of cars on
> show (MacLaren SLR, Koenigsegg, Saleen, Bentley..) and an extra-ordinary
> stage performance: dancing JCBs, fantastic stunt driving, three-aside
> soccer with Toyota Avegos...
> And a decent pizza restaurant in the hall.
> For direct contact replace nospam with schmetterling
> "Dori A Schmetterling" <ng@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Let's not be too sweeping. Bottom is the Merc M-class, a known problem
>> 'My' Merc garage is pretty good. Where do you live? Are you within
>> reach of the three metropolitan dealerships (Brum, M'chester, London)?
>> For direct contact replace nospam with schmetterling
>> "Ric" <spam@xxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> Mercedes is fifth bottom overall in the manufacturers lists, beating
>>> only Fiat and the three French manufacturers. My own data point with
>>> them is entirely consistent with these findings - a 2001 C-Class Sport
>>> coupé that rattles and squeaks and has suffered endless electronic and
>>> quality problems, backed up by useless dishonest dealers. I will never
>>> buy another one.
>>> 1. Lexus
>>> 2. Skoda !!!
>>> 3. Honda
>>> 32. Mercedes
>>> 33. Citroen
>>> 34. Renault
>>> 35. Fiat
>>> 36 (and last) Peugeot
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