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No R - First Impressions

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It's been 12 months since driving my last R marque, and after today's frolics in the snow, I am missing it more than ever, even with the daft front wheel drive bias.

My attempts with socialising the idea of another (numero six), is being met with a frown....

I hope you lucky R owners are making the most of it at the moment

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To be honest there might be a few written off as some of the owners think they are invincible with 4WD.

As much as I loved my R, if I'm honest I've not missed it.

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It is funny, I still can't explain why, but 4 x mark 4s, 1 x mark 5 & 1 x R36 feels like I was suffering from a medical condition!

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What was the R36 like, Ross? I only know of Rachel on here that had another one.

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Also what's better mkIV or mkV?

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What was the R36 like, Ross? I only know of Rachel on here that had another one.

...and I like it a lot more than my .:R32, which should tell you something - as the noisy blue beast lasted longer than 2 Porsches.

(8 or so years I had it)

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The 36 is a great ride in so many ways; it's quick (more so than book), pretty nimble for a barge. I had a saloon and with the styling, poise and debadging attracted plenty of the right & wront interest: 2 tugs, separately 2x3 points & 1 x speed awareness course. Excellent comfort and practicality. Very well kitted - loved the adaptive lights.

Like Rachel, preferred over other R's Ive owned - I covered 50k. Luke, the mark 4!

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Wrong interest? Sounds like you were "exploring the cars capabilities on the open road" :roflmao:

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