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  1. I thought I'd devote this new thread to my Toyota buying experience. Three months ago we decided to get a new car, and a review of the Fiats, Ford, Kia, Honda, Vauxhall and VW small cars demonstrated that the IQ was probably the best model for our purpose. My local dealer refused to offer me any more than £100 discount to I checked the Internet and got £1,400 off one and which after £200 introduction fee left me with a good saving. Our car is a special order and I am due to collect it in 10 days, and even after the £40 travel costs, I'm still quids in. The order process went smoothly and delivery is when we expected it and wanted it. I'll be driving it the 150 miles home soon, and using the TNS350, having never owned a Toyota before. Quite excited really, I'll share the hand over experience and first impressions of the car in two weeks. So, if you're interested, watch this space.
  2. David, when using the NAV on the TNS350 can you change your destination using the touchscreen with the engine running and moving (you can on BMWs)?
  3. Oh, does the tNS350 come with DAB? That would be great. I'm getting my car in 3 weeks, can't wait to try it out.
  4. Thanks, I probably will not write many posts until I get the car, and they I'll write an initial review of the car.
  5. Hi, this is my first post on this forum. I'm picking up my new IQ2 in 3 weeks, and I'm expecting the TNS350 to help drive me the 150 miles back from the dealer. This is the first Toyota we've ever owned, and I'm optimistic it will be a good car for short local drives; we have chosen Chilli Red, not because it is cheaper, but because we like the colour best. Just hope we can change nav instructions (while engine running and driving) like you can on the BMW. I cant wait to try out the Bluetooth with my iPhone and playing music via a USB stick, and good riddance to the CD player, so 20th century. Anyway, I'll write a review when I get the car.
  6. Welcome to the Toyota forums JohnIQ2 :)