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Jimmy9012 wrote: »
Currently Peugeot 107. The seats are not great, especially for longer drives (even 40 minutes), and the ride leaves a lot to be desired. You can feel every bump.
We are considering something like a slightly old (2018) Kia Sportage, or Hyundai Tucson. That would give room for a family and many comforts that will keep her mobile. For example, for her motorway drive they both have cruise control. They both are automatic, so she does not have to worry about using her left foot at all (yes, easy for us - but over time it will exacerbate her issues)... the lumbar support and seats also feel very comfortable compared to the Peugeot.
Its not like we are looking at Volvo XC60's or anything. The Kia and Hyundai are mid level SUVs with many comforts that would help her. Older models do not have the same kit list, and seem a little pointless to move to...
Kentish_Dave wrote: »
I had a B7 model RS4, one of the best Audis ever made. After five years’ ownership from new I sold it with 22,000 miles on the clock, in genuinely immaculate condition, for £22,000.
The idea of someone spending that on a new Kia is bonkers.
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