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Hi everyoneApologies for not being active on the forum,

Still really pleased with my AntaraSENAV CDTi 4x4 (13 plate) had it for 3 months, I am not very technical but getting about 32-33 mpg on short motorway/ urban driving and can honestly say its the best tow car I have had (been towing for 30 yrs)I was that excited forgot to take and work the towing mileage out ! Typical


Met another antara owner on holiday who was also really pleased with his vehicle, had owned over 100 vehicles and the antara in his opinion was the best ! Can't get better recommendation than that.
Had three Regens at about every 500 miles withno problems, 1,600miles on the clock

My wife is also really impressed with the road handling,steering when parking and especially the parking senses.


and finally my 4yr old German shepherd (long haired) loves the car and chilling out in the boot !

Just got to get a spare sorted for the winter,have read the advice on the forum not sure what to do regarding wheel.

enjoy the advice, topics and good sense of humour between members.
 

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Hi and welcome from beautiful scotland (fat Salmond land), hope you enjoy reading this forum as it is extensive in the DPF section lol.
 

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wilma08 said:
Hi and welcome from beautiful scotland (fat Salmond land), hope you enjoy reading this forum as it is extensive in the DPF section lol.
WILMA....you can't say that about your imperial leader.
 

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Dilligaf said:
wilma08 said:
Hi and welcome from beautiful scotland (fat Salmond land), hope you enjoy reading this forum as it is extensive in the DPF section lol.
WILMA....you can't say that about your imperial leader.
Imperial ass hole you mean as his pants are always on fire
 

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Hi Delta1
My Rottweiler German shepherd X loves the large space in the boot to, she loves going out on her daily run out rather than going a walk lol as soon as she is out the door she sites at the back of the car waiting for me to let her in were she has a extra large soft bed waiting on her old bones to lie on lol but for the last two weeks my poor girl has missed out due to me having a cataract operation, but very soon she will be taken her master to school everyday and having her short daily journeys yippee lol
She is 8 years old
The handling of the car is really good as it is a big car as most tend to roll I feel the 19 inch wheels has something to say in regards to that as well as the stiffer suspension, plus the parking sensors come in handy for ( should I say it ) women lol and the dual air con is really good as I am always warm and can have my side of the car what I want it, and my daughter who suffers from raynaulds can have it as warm as she wants which is great
 

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Hi Delta1,
Welcome to the forum.

It's always nice to hear from another happy Antara owner.


The Antara isn't perfect, but it's certainly one of the best cars I've ever driven.
 

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Inchindown said:
Hi Delta1, 
Welcome to the forum.
 
It's always nice to hear from another happy Antara owner.

 
The Antara isn't perfect, but it's certainly one of the best cars I've ever driven.
Here here
 

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TisMe said:
Yep, it's a competent car, I'll be testing it in high winds tomorrow down here in the South..
Be careful as it is high car and sometimes the wind can get under it, making easier to catch the wind
 

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TisMe said:
Yep, it's a competent car, I'll be testing it in high winds tomorrow down here in the South..
Don't do anything stupid tomorrow, you need to keep yourself safe.

I lived in Southsea during the 1987 storm, and it was really frightening. The gable end of my next door neighbour fell onto my garage and flattened it. Good job I put the car on the street the night before. Also had to dodge a caravan being blown down the road at 2 in the morning.

Very weird.


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Ah yes, I remember the Great Storm, the morning after was heralded by chainsaws singing like birds in all directions, the landscape changed, Michael Fish hid.

I'll be cautious..
 

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Probably tempting fate a bit, but I don't think it's going to be as bad as some of the media are making out.Apart from a few exposed coastal places I think it might just be a normal Autumn storm with very little damage. Probably more of a problem from the rain.
 
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