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I’m At A Villa In Germany With The Keys To 50 Awesome Cars. Which Should I Drive?

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Kibby Zest
Kibby Zest
10 months ago

What is Diesel Creek doing in Germany?

GertVAG
GertVAG
11 months ago

In your place I would absolutely take the Polo GTI for the fast and little European content and the Ineos just because I’m curious on your take ! The Microlino too for the weirdness.

Freelivin2713
Freelivin2713
11 months ago

The “Did I do that” lookin car!

PlatinumZJ
PlatinumZJ
11 months ago

The Microlino…it’s so cute and tiny! And of course, the Volkswagon ID.Buzz. (Does “(static)” mean that you just get to look at it, or does that refer to the suspension?) Wouldn’t mind seeing the Polestar too.

Myk El
Myk El
11 months ago

They said, get that Funky Cat
While you’re back in the woods
‘Cause you quit those days and your redneck ways
And an oil change is gonna do it good

Dennis Ames
Dennis Ames
11 months ago

I would love to drive the followoing:
Audi TT RS
BMW M2
Mazda MX-5 1st gen ( NA I would assume)
MAxda CX60
I’d need to see the Peugots to understand what they are

William Eby
William Eby
11 months ago

I am not a member, so I don’t see a list of anything other than what I see in the comments. I usually live in the US ( Indiana ) and am currently in the Netherlands. We rented a car, and I expected a BMW 1 (what I rented in January), or Audi A3 (what it changed to in May), but this is Sixt, they never have what you want, only the more expensive stuff at a padded price. So I’m in a Lynk & Co. 01. Think Volvo CX40 as a plug in hybrid. I didn’t plan on plugging in anywhere, so I haven’t been able to do that. Driving on the highway is sublime, the adaptive cruise works a treat. Getting into the city sucks, though. It’s just too big for some places. And the gas mileage, while not terrible, gets blown away by the Audi and BMW I wanted. All in all I would give it 6 NL stars, but 10 US stars as it would be perfect for the US.

Tinibone
Tinibone
11 months ago

I’m going to go ahead and say:
1. DS9
2.GWM Ora Funky Cat (maybe with comparison to MG4? Their RRP IS within a couple of hundred AUD from memory)
3. Microlino
4. RX8

Slow Car Enthusiast
Slow Car Enthusiast
11 months ago

1) Microlino
2) Ora Funky Cat
3) Ineos Grenadier

Andrea Petersen
Andrea Petersen
11 months ago

I’d like to see the Tonale, buuuuut, you clearly have to drive the Ora Cat

HowintheNameofZeus
HowintheNameofZeus
11 months ago

one more vote for the Ora Cat and Microlino

Doctor Nine
Doctor Nine
11 months ago

The Peugeot 508 SW PSE. Just do it. You will be enchanted by the Gallic vibe.

A hybrid with a difference.

Miles
Miles
11 months ago

Mazda RX8. Its a relatively unique power unit, reasonably priced, and opposite of the i3 for fuel efficiency.

Strangek
Strangek
11 months ago

They still make a Mitsubishi Colt? Drive that. Also the VW limousine? Drive that. I’m interested in weird stuff that doesn’t come here, but I get it if you need to take the opportunity to drive a Tonale or M2 or whatever.

Rapgomi
Rapgomi
11 months ago

1) Ora Funky Cat – Great name, superb looking interior for such a small inexpensive car

2) Microlino – because art!

Clubwagon Chateau
Clubwagon Chateau
11 months ago

Audi TT Gen 1
Ora Funky Cat
Ineos Grenedier
Aiways U6
Polestar 2 (new gen)
Whatever that taxi-yellow Hyandai minivan is, license plate # OF PR1030

Peter d
Peter d
11 months ago

It kinda depends on where you are going to be able to drive the cars – around town or on unlimited speed autobahn. I personally would go or the autobahn cruisers that you don’t see on this side of the pond – maybe one of the Peugeots and the DS3.

David Lorengo
David Lorengo
11 months ago

In the new category –
Stuff we dont get in the US

  • The microlino
  • Ora Funky Cat

In the heritage category, let’s see how the RX* has held up.

Holly Birge
Holly Birge
11 months ago

I’m going to put in a vote for the VW Polo GTI. That little car fascinates me given how slow the base model can be.

The Artist Formerly Known as the Uncouth Sloth
The Artist Formerly Known as the Uncouth Sloth
11 months ago

Polestar has always fascinated me. And, is one of the BMWs the younger sibling of your car? If so, you oughta try it?

TOSSABL
TOSSABL
11 months ago

Whateverthehell an Ora Funky Cat is, ya kinda gotta drive it. 911T caught my eye-as well as the Polestar2 and the Ionic6

Edit: Ora is Great Wall Motors. The car I like the look of—and, I’ll leave off right there

Last edited 11 months ago by TOSSABL
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