GTS it is a bit special

CatmanV2

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FF is no doubt an amazing car and some power plant, but Adam is right just doesn't flick the switches like the GT does. I'm actually sat here playing a game with myself in as much what would I change to right now if I had to, struggling unless I decided to go the 2 seater route for a change
I know what I want my next car to be. After that though, no idea. I guess I'll probably be OK for about 10 years.

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Ryandoc

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Have to say the DB9 is still a striking car and amazing value. I'd put it in a similar camp to the GT
 

CatmanV2

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GTS or Strad imo.
It'll be this. Not a big change, but figure when I've paid for this I can upgrade to one of the latest off the line. Then I *might* have a keeper on my hands.

I really *really* can't see me moving from the marque

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D Walker

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Have to say the DB9 is still a striking car and amazing value. I'd put it in a similar camp to the GT
Keep looking at them and GT but I guess I need to try one, just dont think they have the same presence! for me anyway.

But if a good GS comes up!!!
 

D Walker

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You looking to get into something again Dave?
Yep, eventually, browsing etc, just waiting to see if I have sorted wife a car, if so I will use her Fiat 500 as a daily then I may be able to change tac a bit, otherwise I need a daily first....
 

iainw

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They are brilliant. The thing that p!sses me off with it is that it's virtually impossible to replace. I mean, what on God's earth could you ever get instead?
Totally agree. I like to get bored of cars quickly. And almost all are replaceable. I cant think of a worthy replacement without making it 6 figures.
 

JonW

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I completely agree - I'm still very new to this, but already I think it's very likely that my next car will just be a newer one of these...

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Only reason it wouldn't be for me is if our circumstances changed and it was viable for me to have a pure 2 seater, and even then it would probably need to be closer to £80k in order to get something I would want more.
 

beau

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i love my GTS more every time i use it, for my £31,800 purchase price i really doubt there would be anything else near as special/exclusive/modern that you could buy





i would still like a better colour though, never been a fan of black cars, mainly because i clean it and it looks dirty an hour later!
 

Contigo

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Glad you are still enjoying it Beau, they really are the best of recent Masers.
 

iainw

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I think your's look great Beau for the money...
I just love black on black.. but agree its all personal taste.
I am trapped in it now having invested so much on the interior...even the Strad's I have sat in don't feel as special.
Absolutely love the look of Stuart's new one though...
 

Ryandoc

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I need to sort my skinny steering wheel out, just loathe paying a fortune for a replacement
 

iainw

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The new one certainly feels different. It like flying a Tie Fighter rather than driving a GT.