Discussion in 'Coffee Shop' started by andyBeaker, Aug 4, 2019.
Not really. It hasn’t wound me up in the slightest.
As long as you haven't lost face.....
Absolutely agree that appearance is a matter of taste.
Sadly the xType is pig ugly to my eyes.
The S Type was a good looking car to my eyes, but was widely ridiculed. Mrs A would happily get one even now!
I have had two Mercs, an A Class on a silly cheap lease for Mrs A years ago and an E Class. I thought they were both awful, never been so uncomfortable in a car. Yet everyone that I worked with adored the E Class.
Everyone agreed the A Class was awful, ours went back within six months.
I agree in so much as the earlier X-Types were an aquired taste, but once they changed the grill and got rid of all the chrome, it (to me anyway) transformed the look of the car and I still love the look of it even though I admit that I am [robably biased.
But on the other hand, for me the S type is about the ugliest Jag ever put into production, so like you say, it all comes down to personal taste.
But wouldn't it be a boring world if we all liked the same thing?
The best looking jag was the E type by a mile
Time will tell
Your watch talk????
Hides behind his hands
Seems BMs are popular all over the world:
A man of impeccable taste.
He didn’t want a Beemer, he wanted a Jag and I’m ok with that. But to have a pissy fit, push it in a river and, most likely, render it beyond economical repair? I don’t think I’ve ever heard of such astonishing petulance before. If he was my son, he’d spend the next two years in traction being fed through a straw. And disinherited.
And a gender adjustment!!
and prosecution for polluting a river
I had a bmw once ................. then I grew up
No you didn't. Grow up I meant.
Growing up is not something I would recommend