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post #6 of 10 (permalink) Old 18th July 2009 Thread Starter
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ah i seee cheers guys will probably go for the dynamique then
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Have a looky at a few mate. Some people when bought from new may have added extra's as options so you might find a cheaper car with more gadgets (that you'd actually find useful).....if you get me

Never set your sights on one thing, always leave your options open. That way you'll not end up buying something you'll get bored of a few months down the line

Good luck in your search anyhow

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The Campus was the end of the line for the Clio 2,they were made after the Clio 3 came out and were 'poverty spec'.Renault have a habit of doing this with a popular model that is being replaced,and with the amount of Campuses....Campii...around you can't argue with the logic.

I'd rather push my Alfa than drive a BMW....
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The extreme is a tarted up Authentique (bottom of the range) The Dynamique has a bit of a sportier style to the trim, and as Scatz says, a few extra toys as standard.

It's a nicer car IMO
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I would just find the best car you can with the goodies you want. There were so many trim levels, and some specials, that a model-for-model comparison can become pointless.
I have an 'Expression.' It's a very basic car, but that's the way I like it. It has plastic wheel trims which are useful (easily replaced if damaged), durable fabric trim and a rattly sunroof, which I diidn't ask for but which was just there when I picked it up (bought new).
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