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  1. fuel economy question

    But who would enforce this, we are talking about a multi-billion £ industry? Would the UK have the same tests as the EU, or Asia or the US or Australasia....? In the end the companies will make claims based on the best they can get in a lab environment and companies will not change that approach, they can't afford to. Just compare the claimed figures, they give an idea of ranking against other vehicles.
  2. fuel economy question

    Trouble is how to reflect reality, perhaps rigorous standardisation might be possible but you still wouldn't get real world figures but you may at least get consistency.
  3. Kadjar Annoyances

    Out of interest, to those of you who think the position of the stop/start button is annoying: how many cars did you have where you could actually see the slot for the ignition key?
  4. Kadjar Annoyances

    Didn't you look at the car before buying it or perhaps using annoyance is an exaggeration. I get annoyed at the shift to right wing politics, Donald Trump, Theresa May's appeasement of his policies, racism, homelessness and the scandal of the banking system. Annoyed about the position of a switch or button in a car, life must be so perfect for some people.
  5. Speed sign recognition

    National speed limits are road type dependent and you are expected to know them.
  6. My kadjar additions

    Not found a UK motorway where cruise control is worth it, unless you can use it at 10mph on the M6. :-)
  7. no message saved

    Mine is giving me a countdown to my service due date.
  8. That Renault bruised feeling

    Try understanding; you are comparing a £10 charge to mend a puncture with the £126 for mending a puncture, and sensor. Not the same thing. I would expect the sensor to be perfectly adequate for recording the tyre pressures, but if you want to ignore it so be it; might be useful if you get a slow puncture the day after you used your pressure gauge.
  9. Window button lights

    Can't remember if my Citroen's switches lit up, shows how important I think this issue is. I take it Skoda and VW have counter-intuitive switches. You could try opening the C4 Cactus rear windows from the drivers seat. :-)
  10. That Renault bruised feeling

    Does that include a sensor? We are talking about more than just a puncture from the sound of it. Kwikfit have repaired puncture for free in the past, do I compare that to a dealership? You have to compare like for like. Cars are expensive to repair, fact of life.
  11. Renault model year changes

    And your point is? Nice to see my post went way above your head.
  12. Renault model year changes

    So an estate agent knows the load capabilities of roof trusses, how to mend the gas boiler, the cost of replacing each double glazed unit, the availability of matching roof tiles, the depth of the tarmac on the drive, the soil ph in the garden, the genus of every tree and plant in the garden, the volume of air changes per hour in every room, the weight bearing load on floor joists....and so on. Try living in the real world.
  13. Renault model year changes

    Just how many times do you have to be told that he isn't a Renault employee?