Johann van RensburgOh Mr Green. You were able to be dexterous enough to type “élan” yet not a single time where you able to type Citroën? Eh? You may as well have called the car the Banana C3 Aircross for your level of accuracy. Shame on you.
John ScottTaking the bus would be less traumatic. One looks like the illegitimate love child of Darth Vader and a coal scuttle, the other an utter dog's breakfast. There are standards to be maintained.
John BradleyI saw one of the new models on the streets the other day and it was making small children run to their mummies rubbing their eyes. What a hideous looking thing. Massively out of proportion with horrible detailing at both ends. Perhaps the best place to be could be behind the wheel. At least you can't see the awful thing from there.
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Les SmithLong live My Type R Fk8..After all life is tooo short to be normal and boring..that so called ugly little beast is pure adrenaline pumping and fun. Pitty it's not to everyone's taste. Like to be weird.. and my few other Type R drivers also think so.
Peter JohnsSo another generic looking SUV-lite. Is it a Qashqai, Kadjar, CX5? Who would know? This time with a Vauxhall badge and a ghastly name just to make it less desirable. What the heck is the point? Best really to forget Opel Vauxhall and assemble a few Peugeots in the UK to keep the unions happy. Surely Peugeot don't need the capacity, so do not understand the logic of lashing out cash on the marques. I am sure the French unions would be much happier with extra shifts in France if Peugeot can shift more as a result of losing GM as a rival. A mystery to me. They certainly aren't going to set the world alight with stuff like this!