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Would you rather drive this or that?


This should be a fun one. VAG launches its first proper citycars in the late 90s/early 2000s, but which one is best?

VW Lupo

Seat Arosa (Facelift)

  • Loopy-poopy/smileboi (VW Lupo)
  • Certified Pulling Machine/The Arousa (Seat Arosa)

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Which Type R is best Type R







  • EK9
  • EP2
  • FD2
  • FN2
  • FK2
  • FK8

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Ah come on now that’s easy the Arosa is just a cheaper, nasty looking Lupo

no bias i swer


Of course! Absolutley none whatsoever. Nope. Nada. Nil. Nothing.


Lupo because it smiles.


Is EP3. The EP2 is the 1.6 SOHC VTEC with 110cv… Look at the poll.



FD2. Because is the ultimate FWD driving machine. Awesome chassis, and explosive engine. My second favourite CTR, is the EK9, and the third, the EP3.


Arosa. Because if you ask me, it looks better than the Lupo.


Too late to update the poll, but you get the close enough model. 1 number off means nothing to me.


For some reason you’re one of the few buying a minivan in 2018. Take your pick.

Dodge Grand Caravan

Chrysler Pacifica

Toyota Sienna

Honda Odyssey

Kia Sedona

  • Dodge Grand Caravan
  • Chrysler Pacifica
  • Toyota Sienna
  • Honda Odyssey
  • Kia Sedona

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Oddessy, simply because I know that V6 can hit 400ish bhp without breaking in half, and then you can make a time attack wagon.


Pacifica, specifically the PHEV, because I’m… biased in a particular way


Lupo, because GTi, Lupo because TDI.


Close between Pacifica and Sedona but the Chrysler will always win in the end for me. And the Pacifica is a great van all around 10/10


Sienna. Because you can choose a 3.5 V6 (like the Odyssey), but I listened that the USDM Honda, the adjustments are not very good.

Second or third place, for the Sedona.


The Odyssey is ugly as sin. Especially from the rear. I’m a Sienna man myself.



Best special edition M3


You know the Pacifica has a 3.6 standard right? Hahaha


Oh I personally am quite fond of the Renault Grand Espace, because it can be had with a 2.0L Diesel engine and manual transmission.

They also made 3.5 version of it, a lightweight version of it, a mid-engined V10 version of it, and a V6 manual coupe version of it. But that was long before our time.


I wish we got Renault in the US. I like the Espace, I’d have one with the 3.5!

But in the US, I’ll stick with my Chrysler’s :wink: