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Just interested in what most people drive as a daily (or whether you daily your Porsche)?  I did daily mine for 18 months but bought a dedicated daily when I started driving to work.  It was an FN2 Civic but instant regret followed.  I now daily an S2000.

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BMW 5 series m sport nice car for munching the miles only a 2 litre d really economical on a run  can get 50mpg

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Doors, comfort, economy... Can't fault a 5 series.

 

The only car I've ever owned that would do remotely around 50mpg was my old PD 130 Golf!  My S2000 will do 28mpg if I'm gentle for the tank... 

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Audi B5 S4 Avant (MY2000) ... 😊

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17mpg is rather annoying but makes up for it in every other aspect.

 

Once you have a Range Rover it's very hard to go away from them.

 

Makes the Cayman feel mega special at the weekend too

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Kia Sportage (rockin’ 🤟)

 

only drive 5 miles to the station, then sit on a train for 50 minutes to the Big Smoke - but boy, has that baby got some torque. It can haul ~100 tons from 0 to 60 in about 90 seconds... 😉🚉

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Kia here too, but a little Rio which is perfect for the shops, recycling centre, train station car park etc.

 

The Rio and Cayman are both dailies, my weekender is a supercharged VX220.

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2007 Volvo V50 2.0D Sport.....in black.........firmer suspension....and a RICA  remap (179bhp, and 360nm), coming up to 183K miles . It's my weekly commuter (I spend a few days a week based in London so drive up from Poole), and manages 50+ mpg sitting at motorway speeds. She's done some advanced driver training days with me, including at Millbrook (I saw 134mph on the high speed bowl). Same chassis as the Ford Focus and Mazda 3 of the time, so not the world's worst drive in the twisty stuff. Not quite on par with the CS however.....

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2004 Polo 1.9 SDi. 

 

150,000 miles

60mpg

Non-turbo diesel

£600. 

 

Makes the Porsche feel colossal in comparison. My wife has a 2019 Mercedes E-Class for when the dogs need to travel with us. 

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BMW 520D M sport. Perfect support vehicle for carrying the Caymans track wheels. 

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Recently changed from AUDI S3 to VW Touareg Rline Plus, didn’t see the point of the S3 and Cayman so opted for something with a bit more comfort for my daily ( was ready for a change anyway)etc. The only problem is now my carbon footprint is about the size of the county of Lincolnshire, don’t think Mr and Mrs Polar Bear would approve.

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Fiesta ST150 - (the dullest car ive ever owned - Haha)

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BMW 335D M sport touring. By far the best non-Porsche car I have driven. Fantastic all round car and 39MPG is not that's bad for something with enough torque to pull the tarmac off the road. 

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I'm waiting for Nick to pipe up with a loving diatribe on his current tractor/truck/soft roader....

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Vauxhall Corsa 1.4 it's a pretty awful car but super cheap to run and does what I need it to. Dont have to worry about leaving it at the train station or parked outside. Gives me more to spend on the Cayman and makes me really enjoy it at weekends.

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