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Old 27th December 2007, 05:42   #61
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The AUDI RS4 must fit in somewhere too.
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Old 27th December 2007, 12:51   #62
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well 2 me
the best looking "Everyday Car" is the 1971Buick Riviera.
& here it is....


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Old 27th December 2007, 12:54   #63
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Default Skyline GT anyone?

I am surpised that no one till now has brought forth the name of Nissan Skyline GT. Given its sober looks it will go well at a Corporate gathering as well as be a fun weekend car.
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Old 28th December 2007, 02:20   #64
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A 6 series BMW and the upcoming Mercedes SL63 AMG
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Old 28th December 2007, 02:45   #65
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I think a EVO X will just be fine, thank you.
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Old 28th December 2007, 03:16   #66
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It'll be the Acura TL & the Infiniti G37 for me..
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Old 28th December 2007, 05:12   #67
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How about this? The Austin Healey 3000:

1966 Austin Healey 3000 BJ8

Or maybe this, the TATA E-Type:

http://www.vicarage-jaguar.com/e-type_4.jpg

I spent the day at the British motor heritage museum recently and say a Jaguar XJ220. I never truly appreciated what they were all about until I saw it. Ferrari and Lambo's are tiny by comparison. This thing is huge... and the power was jaw droppingly fast!


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Old 28th December 2007, 08:52   #68
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A Fiat 500 Abarth SS for daily use because:
  • Looks Great.
  • Has all modern day security systems, safety equipment (amounting to 9 air bags).
  • Easy to park.
  • Adequate power from Abarth.
  • Lots and lots of configuration options.
  • Seats 2 comfortably.
  • Can be driven in breakneck traffic without overheating unlike most of the cars listed here.
  • Gives good fuel economy.
  • Compact measurements: 355cm long, 165cm wide, 149cm tall and a wheelbase of 230cm.
Perfect car. Now can somebody make it available for 5 lakhs on road
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Old 28th December 2007, 09:33   #69
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here's what my daily drive would be. i dont think i need to make points and explain all u silly boys with those silly race cars would be terrified seein me pull into the parking lot ! heheheh no problem getting to the empty parking slot in the back...these cars make easier ramps than most speedbreakers ! lol



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Old 28th December 2007, 09:34   #70
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For me it would be the 911 Turbo. God its good looking and can be used everyday. It totally makes me drool.

And Aston Martin DB9(actually most of the AMs are pretty good looking) and Jaguar XKR give me goose pimples as well.

Edit: For an everyday car, I think the G35 coupe is pretty good.

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Old 28th December 2007, 09:46   #71
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Guys remember its the "everyday" car.
It will be the car in which you will be going grocery shopping, traveling within city and more importantly parking in tight areas.

I would choose Ford Mondeo 4 door sedan the European version.
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Guys remember its the "everyday" car.
It will be the car in which you will be going grocery shopping, traveling within city and more importantly parking in tight areas.

I would choose Ford Mondeo 4 door sedan the European version.
These are specs of the Ford Mondeo European version. Where in Pune would you find comfortable parking for this vehicle in tight areas as mentioned above:

Overall Length: 4778 mm
Wheelbase: 2850 mm
Overall Height: 1500 mm
Width (excl. Door Mirrors): 1886 mm
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for me it would be a Shelby wat sayy !!

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Old 28th December 2007, 14:58   #74
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an everyday car needs to have 4 doors and be practical to use for any occassion b'day, opera recital, pub, disco, launge, party, office or even a funeral.

maserati quattroporte sports gt-s / executive gt auto

audi s8

jaguar s type/ x
merc s 65 tuned by brabus
bentley flying spur

bmw 760li / m5
lincoln navigtor
chrysler 300c
rolls royce phantom



all of the above strictly in plain jet black.

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Old 28th December 2007, 15:47   #75
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I don't know if even less than half of the cars mentioned in this thread qualify as everyday cars. To me everyday cars are daily drivers and should be reliable and fun to drive in Indian cities (esp. Mumbai).

My everyday car is a W123 Mercedes-Benz 300D. She is bold, great for company and assures me to no extent. I feel good driving her. The drive has been always enjoyable and trust me, I seldom turn on the radio.
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