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The Up! had a good test last week - 4 adults, two suitcases and motorway, A-road and off-road driving. And it done very well indeed! Drove from Edinburgh to the Trossachs and the Up! took it all in its stride. The only time I had a bit of a problem was when I had to drop the gears on an incline. If you have to slow down all too quickly you are in second gear looking for something with a bit of pull, but I can live with that. But otherwise the Up! is nippy, steady and a good drive.
 

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Hi the up is in a class of its own it's nippy it's fun
Nice to drive it can move when it is required
What more can you ask for enjoy Regards phill,,
 

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As Phil says the up! is in a class of its own.

The only thing i hate is people that don't drive them and drive bigger cars (4X4's mostly) think they can
bully their was past.

These guys need to remember they have to slow down for corners much more than our up!s.

LynnMc i think I've seen you around edinburgh and given you a wave.
 

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So it sounds like you're saying it's good up the Trossachs.
 

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However, it's worth upgrading the lights for the Gloaming !!
 

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gary02tdi said:
LynnMc i think I've seen you around edinburgh and given you a wave.

sorry if I didn't wave back! I still get all excited when I see another Up! but never know whether to wave or not. So, from now on I shall be giving all Up! drivers a wee wave.

 
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