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I'm always down at our local beauty spot in mine.
 

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Oops.

Thought you said dogging.....


:D
 

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Dog....noooo....I have a great Dane and an English mastiff...the thought of either of them in the car fills me with dread...cause sleepless nights!
 

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Nah, never take the missus out in the GTR !!!
 

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9 weeks....brave guy....she's likely take a s**t in it at that age!
 

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Nice dog, i see the GT-R warning light is on, i guess the computer has a Warning message "dog in car" If you are looking for an estate or a 4x4 why not try the Volvo XC 70 it combines both.
 

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I passed an old shape Audi Allroad today and still think they're a great looking car. Miss our one. 2.7l five valve biturbo petrol. Very smooth and quite quick, best riding Audi of recent years and you could lower the suspension so that even a fairly elderly dog could get into the boot.

Our replacement XC90 is so high I had to buy a clumsy folding ramp so our 12 year old labradollie can clamber in.
 

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I dont let the wife or baby eat snacks or drink in the car let alone put my spaniels in it :clap:
 

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Boot is plenty big enough for even the biggest dogs or packs thereof, especially if you cut them up.
Four legged s**t machines shouldn't be allowed near the interior ;-)
 
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