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Old 11-25-2003, 04:51 AM
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Question Commuting

Chaps (esses),
I am seriously considering an RX-8, however, I have read elsewhere that rotaries do not like commuting stop-start and since I spend a lot of time on the delightful M60 this is an issue. Can anyone advise.
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Old 11-25-2003, 05:21 AM
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Its doing my 40 mile urban scrawl fine. But it uses plenty petrol doing it.

Now ive tuned into ther cars controls its as easy and (more)effortless than my focus was at the day to day humdrum drive to work.
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Thought it might be thirsty but it looks a whole lot cooler than a focus. Thanks for that
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My Focus (like all of them) was good, better than most shopping trolleys but the 8 is an absolute dream.


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