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Old 29-03-10, 02:07 PM   #1
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When is the RCZ going to get its own section on this forum?

Its being launched in April and people are starting to order them - yet there is no section to talk about it / list the specifications / what you've ordered, etc etc etc.

Come on - think of all the potential RCZ customers who could be enticed here.
On my search on the internet, I've come across only one forum for RCZ and its french!
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Old 30-03-10, 08:57 PM   #2
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Bump ^^^

Is there anyone there?
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Old 01-04-10, 09:56 AM   #3
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We are here dont worry!

We'll see how many more requests we get for this, the 3008 subforum has been pretty bare, if it werent for the spammers for some reason picking that one it'd get no use at all!!

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The RCZ is arguably the most eagerly awaited car in Peugeot history, certainly for the last 20 years. Surely it deserves a place of its own?
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Sure, we can create a RCZ forum, will do that
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Old 27-04-10, 03:28 PM   #6
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That's great news - thank you.
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That's great news - thank you.
Hope you`ve alot to say as at the minute you`re #1
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Old 28-04-10, 10:42 AM   #8
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Gotta admit, the RCZ does looks funky. Alas, I'm too big/crippled to lever myself in and out of one, so a 5008 looks on the cards for me.

Planning a 3008 for the missus, though I want another 6 months to pass before investing to be sure there are no major gremlins they're letting the public test for them. In fact, the 3008 has been hotly reported in the press since its first leaked pics in 2007, and it went on to immediately win What Cars car of the year award, something the RCZ looks unlikely to do, so in this regard the 3008 iis arguably the most eagerly awaited new model in 2 decades.
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Gotta admit, the RCZ does looks funky. Alas, I'm too big/crippled to lever myself in and out of one, so a 5008 looks on the cards for me.

Planning a 3008 for the missus, though I want another 6 months to pass before investing to be sure there are no major gremlins they're letting the public test for them. In fact, the 3008 has been hotly reported in the press since its first leaked pics in 2007, and it went on to immediately win What Cars car of the year award, something the RCZ looks unlikely to do, so in this regard the 3008 iis arguably the most eagerly awaited new model in 2 decades.
Are you honestly trying to say the rcz isn't as looked forward to as a jeep/car/mpv/van thing without enough seats or 4wd?
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Are you honestly trying to say the rcz isn't as looked forward to as a jeep/car/mpv/van thing without enough seats or 4wd?

I do believe he is

Well each to their own but personally the 3008 doesn't fire me in any way.
The RCZ has been getting rave reviews everywhere and believe me I've read every single one of them on the internet! Furthermore, the photos don't do it justice. Went to the official preview evening, a couple of weeks ago and its stunning. The TT will be shaking in its boots - the RCZ is far more distinctive and better looking.
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