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Top Gear no longer uses the Liana!
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Author:  wade [ Fri Jul 07, 2006 7:03 pm ]
Post subject:  Top Gear no longer uses the Liana!

As of the start of Series 8, Top Gear has decided to change their car for the reasonably priced car from the Suzuki Liana to the Chevrolet Lacetti.

I think you'll agree, it looks very similar... Chances are they are based on the same design or something.

And the Liana range is at the end of its line.
Author:  sterling_the_legend [ Thu Oct 12, 2006 3:31 pm ]
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should have been the new vitara, that would have been amusing :lol: or better stiill a jimny!!!! :lol: :shock:
Author:  IanL [ Thu Oct 12, 2006 4:14 pm ]
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sterling_the_legend wrote:should have been the new vitara, that would have been amusing :lol: or better stiill a jimny!!!! :lol: :shock:

Yes, provided they shift the programme to the old Land Rover test track at Solihull, or similar - much more entertaining :twisted:
Author:  sterling_the_legend [ Fri Oct 13, 2006 6:25 am ]
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definately entertaining, saying that the new vitara has 'apparently' (im saying appartent because allegedly sound too harsh) excellent handling on a par with most sporty cars
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