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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-22-2013, 09:59 AM Thread Starter
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CR reviwed the F-Type and show us absolutely nothing new, except for how they've termed the F-Type, as the British Corvette. Not in a derogatory manner either, its meant to bestow the highest compliment on the F-Type, a true giant killer just dressed in snappy trousers and a cracking tie

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not a fan of the reviewer

hes trying too hard to be interesting.



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I don't know how I feel about them calling the F-Type the British Corvette. I don't think its like the F-Type was copying the Corvette. Can't the F-Type be it sown thing, instead of the British version of something American?
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I don't know how I feel about them calling the F-Type the British Corvette. I don't think its like the F-Type was copying the Corvette. Can't the F-Type be it sown thing, instead of the British version of something American?
Its a compliment. The corvette is a budget giant slayer, the F-type does the same...

Corvette was the original giant slayer. Its an analogy to help give consumers a proper scope for their thinking.
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This reviewer sucks, with a car like this, you need Jeremy Clarkson or Chris Harris to do a review of it.



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Its a compliment. The corvette is a budget giant slayer, the F-type does the same...

Corvette was the original giant slayer. Its an analogy to help give consumers a proper scope for their thinking.
I don't fell the F-Type is exactly there when it comes to BUDGET



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considering you can get into a Ftype R for ~$100K and you can punch with Ferraris and Astons I'd say its a budget giant slayer. Its not 70K corvette, but the bang for your buck is IMPECCABLE.
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I guess. But its not a cheap car.

Not a car marketed for the general audience.



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obviously.
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I don't know how I feel about them calling the F-Type the British Corvette. I don't think its like https://onlinecasinocities.com
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