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Sunday, March 30, 2008

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Nandu

I'm with Cowboy Bill on this one They're awful. The auto gearbox is hoeeplss, the engine is pitiful, the handling borders on frightening, there's only 2 seats and practically no boot space.Plus, they were designed to be parked head-on to the kerb, so you could get them in a small space but I've not once seen one that hasn't been occupying an entire parking space to itself ..

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