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  1. Good Morning, I have recently aquired a 2007 Verso T3 D-4D following the demise of our Chrysler Grand Voyager. Looking forward to leaning on members for advice and contributing my experiences where possible. Thank you for the opportunity to become part of your community. DIESELDO
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  2. Finally got my new car (business edition, mid cycle refresh) and I was happy to discover the following 'extras' I was not expecting: the voice button on the steering wheel works! I can select music or make phone calls. it has 802.11 wireless (there is an on/off option). Not sure how this is used yet though! there is mention of mirror link/cast - so maybe I can get navigation on the main screen via a smartphone? looks like you might be able to view videos, there was a browse video option, although I have yet to try this. there are two knobs and real buttons on t
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  3. Only the fact that you will not pay just £20 for road tax on the new vehicle. It was always a talking point when friends enquired about the running cost. £20?No way they would say. They may be not be so envious when we have to pay much more. In comparison to other vehicle with this engine size, the road tax is still cheap.
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  4. I got mine from Mr.T and I think it only cost something like £20. Wasn't big money really.
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  5. The new Team Toyota GB with Speedworks Motorsport Corolla made a successful on-track debut on Friday in preparation for its first racing season in the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship Driven by Tom Ingram, the reigning BTCC Independent Champion, the Corolla put in a problem-free performance in an official shakedown test at Oulton Park, home circuit for the Cheshire-based team. The racing Corolla’s first outing coincided with the start of sales of the road-going version of the car, built in the UK at Toyota’s Burnaston factory in Derbyshire. Ingram was delighted wit
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