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    Best European Mass Market Car (2008)

    Vote for the best European mass market car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IBrake4Rainbows View Post
    Porsche Cayenne Diesel.
    That should get negative votes...
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    Hear me out on this:

    Porsche recognised a market, and made a vehicle that was competitive for such a market.

    It also helps keep them in profit, so that they can commit atrocities to the motoring community in the form of a Panamera.

    There was also a mild dash of sarcasm, but by all accounts, it's a good vehicle.

    For a two tonne Porsche Diesel Wagon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IBrake4Rainbows View Post
    Hear me out on this:

    Porsche recognised a market, and made a vehicle that was competitive for such a market.

    It also helps keep them in profit, so that they can commit atrocities to the motoring community in the form of a Panamera.

    There was also a mild dash of sarcasm, but by all accounts, it's a good vehicle.

    For a two tonne Porsche Diesel Wagon.
    You've given me an idea.

    Maybe we should do a worse car of the year a award.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer View Post
    You've given me an idea.

    Maybe we should do a worse car of the year a award.
    Okay, but it's gonna be one thread only, and all cars are eligible - NO RULES

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    Quote Originally Posted by fisetdavid26 View Post
    Okay, but it's gonna be one thread only, and all cars are eligible - NO RULES

    You should, but the Panamera may walk away with it judging by the thread responses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wwgkd View Post
    You should, but the Panamera may walk away with it judging by the thread responses.
    Yes, it's going to be an easy win.

    Just like the GT-R in here. (overall COTY)
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    Quote Originally Posted by wwgkd View Post
    You should, but the Panamera may walk away with it judging by the thread responses.
    Don't take that for granted. There are plenty of good candidates.

    Like the previously mentioned Cayenne Diesel and all SUVs introduced in 2008, several Ladas, all of Peugeot's lineup and the list goes on...
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