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Old 26-01-2015   #1
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New Panda...

..."The bread van" ... I've moved over to the dark side after 12 happy years of Toyota-ing. Still having my doubts (they do a mean cup holder and cubby holes on the Yaris!).

But hopefully it'll do some stuff that the Yaris never could.

I'm sure I'll have lots of questions and hopefully you'll all be able to help me out.

Take it easy,
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Re: New Panda...

Well the mk4 panda isn't short of storage spaces, though I don't know how usefull cube shaped cup holders are....
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Cup holders, cupholders, everywhere, and not a place to hold my cup. ( ...that's sensibly sized or is convenient when you're driving or doesn't look like it'll go for a burton at the first set of traffic lights)

Only joking, I'll get used to it.

More importantly, snow is on the way and I need to travel north. I'm confident it'll come into it's own this weekend.

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Re: New Panda...

The cup holders are rubbish, but more to the point, as you mentioned snow, is this a 2wd or 4x4?
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Re: New Panda...

It's the 4x4 (TwinAir). Hopefully it won't be tested at the weekend but I'm interested in seeing how it behaves in the snow.

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Re: New Panda...

Quote Originally Posted by MickG View Post
It's the 4x4 (TwinAir). Hopefully it won't be tested at the weekend but I'm interested in seeing how it behaves in the snow.

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Good luck whatever the weather.

I have the Panda this week, with my wife abroad.

I'm debating whether to take it on a trip to the Cotswolds for an appointment.
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