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Thinking about buying another GPS Multijet (crazy fool I am). Anyway, been looking in dealerships and checking out Fiat website, and the GPS Multijet now seems to come with the T-Jet alloys. Any thoughts from anyone in the know?
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Thinking about buying another GPS Multijet (crazy fool I am). Anyway, been looking in dealerships and checking out Fiat website, and the GPS Multijet now seems to come with the T-Jet alloys. Any thoughts from anyone in the know?
After all u said b4 u left?

I think the wheel thing is still a bit of a lottery.... did u forget its F I A T??
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After all u said b4 u left?

I think the wheel thing is still a bit of a lottery.... did u forget its F I A T??
Never been away, just taking some time out to recover from 2 years of owning a frigging Fiat. Therapy has helped, my counsellor reckons I should confront my demons and buy another one. Will either cure me or tip me over into full blown insanity.
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Never been away, just taking some time out to recover from 2 years of owning a frigging Fiat. Therapy has helped, my counsellor reckons I should confront my demons and buy another one. Will either cure me or tip me over into full blown insanity.
LOL Welcome home... back to the dark side.....!
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Never been away, just taking some time out to recover from 2 years of owning a frigging Fiat. Therapy has helped, my counsellor reckons I should confront my demons and buy another one. Will either cure me or tip me over into full blown insanity.
Best way to be mate, go for it!
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Thinking about buying another GPS Multijet (crazy fool I am). Anyway, been looking in dealerships and checking out Fiat website, and the GPS Multijet now seems to come with the T-Jet alloys. Any thoughts from anyone in the know?
I think its just their config thing online, too lazy to generate a different wheel. As far as I am Aware all MJET's and TJET's come with the nicer original wheel.
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my counsellor reckons I should confront my demons and buy another one.
Normally I agree with that theory but s/he obviously didn't know Fiat is the demon..

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Will either cure me or tip me over into full blown insanity.
My money's on the latter
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Re: GPS Multijet Wheels

If you can financially stretch that bit extra i'd go for a bravo without question.
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Very interesting.......Can I ask what your main reasons for saying that are?
...and which particular petrol and diesel engines are the best for it?
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If you can financially stretch that bit extra i'd go for a bravo without question.
T, I never have been a great fan of 5 door cars, prefer the less fussy detailing on a 3 door. The Bravo is indeed a very nice car and is being heavily discounted by uncle Arnold up here.
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If you can financially stretch that bit extra i'd go for a bravo without question.
I will indeed question that!! Why? I was on the brink of buying one from my dealer and came to the conclusion that they're nothing special.

There are better cars in the Bravo's class value/drive wise if you're in the market for that type of car. But if you want a future icon that's fun to drive, looks great, genuinely good value for money and a modest all rounder then go for a Grande Punto
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Very interesting.......Can I ask what your main reasons for saying that are?
...and which particular petrol and diesel engines are the best for it?
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T, I never have been a great fan of 5 door cars, prefer the less fussy detailing on a 3 door. The Bravo is indeed a very nice car and is being heavily discounted by uncle Arnold up here.
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I will indeed question that!! Why? I was on the brink of buying one from my dealer and came to the conclusion that they're nothing special.

There are better cars in the Bravo's class value/drive wise if you're in the market for that type of car. But if you want a future icon that's fun to drive, looks great, genuinely good value for money and a modest all rounder then go for a Grande Punto
Build quality & reliabilty. And as Wellfan said prices are much reduced (from 7988) & loads of good pre-reg 1.9's (great fun to drive) about.Personally 5dr suits me better.
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I will getting rid of my grande soon,and will be replacing it with a new Bravo multijet 150 sporting!!. Took a test drive and liked it very much.
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I'm sure someone confirmed on here not so long ago that the M-Jet wheels as we know them have been discontinued and all GP sportings will come with the T-Jet wheels?
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Does that mean you can't even buy them as an accessory anymore?
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