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If everyone here can have a opportunity to drive any car up from Singapore to Penang, what car will you take up and drive?

 

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With over 700km of road for you to drive. What car would you choose? 

 

I will choose BMW M2 Competition. 

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Have done before... And would not change what I would like to drive there in.... But sadly car is no more......  [smallcry]

 

 

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It depends on the purpose of your trip and your preference of car. I drove two models of odyssey there three times when my children were a lot younger. Free and easy, not in a single day. They loaded lots of their belonging like bolsters, blankets so that they felt comfortable. Good memories.

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If everyone here can have a opportunity to drive any car up from Singapore to Penang, what car will you take up and drive?

 

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With over 700km of road for you to drive. What car would you choose? 

 

I will choose BMW M2 Competition. 

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BMW-M2-Competition-6.jpg

BMW-M2-Competition-6.jpg

 

Great choice. I've done tuas to penang within 5.5 hours. But you will have to get paint protection otherwise the stone chips and bugs will get all over your car.

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Definitely a grand tourer since its just a long stretch of road.

Maybe a panemera gts sport tourismo

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An ambulance.

 

Can drive as fast as you want and everybody gets out of the way.

 

If tired and got co-driver can sleep flat behind.

 

:D

 

And in Penang can park anywhere no parking tickets.

 

Parking can be a nightmare in the city.

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Yeah. I like how M2 is packaged leh. Small and nimble. Yet so fast. haha.  

Great choice. I've done tuas to penang within 5.5 hours. But you will have to get paint protection otherwise the stone chips and bugs will get all over your car.

 


Just a sharing session. Wondering what car will you drive up north if you have the access to all the cars in the world, what car will you drive? 

It depends on the purpose of your trip and your preference of car. I drove two models of odyssey there three times when my children were a lot younger. Free and easy, not in a single day. They loaded lots of their belonging like bolsters, blankets so that they felt comfortable. Good memories.

 

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If everyone here can have a opportunity to drive any car up from Singapore to Penang, what car will you take up and drive?

 

attachicon.gifscreenshot-www.google.com-2019.06.13-09-47-51.png

With over 700km of road for you to drive. What car would you choose? 

 

I will choose BMW M2 Competition. 

attachicon.gifBMW-M2-Competition-6.jpg

 

 

BMW-M2-Competition-6.jpg

BMW-M2-Competition-6.jpg

 

BMW ///M2 Comp is to cup corner.

 

I would drive ///M2 Comp from KL to Kuantan.

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No sports car or coupe for a long road trip, not good for the back. [laugh]

 

Preferably reliable 4x4/AWD/4WD, airbags all around, with lots of legroom and luggage space. 

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been meaning to take the trip for a while.

should really do it soon.

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been meaning to take the trip for a while.

should really do it soon.

 

This one only sits 2 person ....

 

MPV can sit 6 persons and the last row for your bags... :secret-laugh:

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No sports car or coupe for a long road trip, not good for the back. [laugh]

 

Preferably reliable 4x4/AWD/4WD, airbags all around, with lots of legroom and luggage space. 

 

You old man la.

 

You need to exercise your back muscle.

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This one only sits 2 person ....

 

MPV can sit 6 persons and the last row for your bags... :secret-laugh:

 

Only him and chiobu is required.

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8 hours on the road no exercise leh .. [laugh]

 

You old man la.

You need to exercise your back muscle.

 

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8 hours on the road no exercise leh .. [laugh]

 

A lot of rest stop along NSH .... [sly]

 

Those stops without food or petrol kiosk, just toilets only. Park far away one corner and do your sexercise ... [rolleyes]

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Yeah. I like how M2 is packaged leh. Small and nimble. Yet so fast. haha.  

 

Just a sharing session. Wondering what car will you drive up north if you have the access to all the cars in the world, what car will you drive? 

I am not a fast driver,  I would be damn happy with any conti car like a  E300 or a 530 and above to cruise at 110km/h in less  than 2,000 RPM effortlessly. 

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been meaning to take the trip for a while.

should really do it soon.

 

I would do a short trip to Yong Peng for lunch on Sunday.

 

Then use trunk road to Kluang Railway Station for kopi.

 

Then back to Sg via B road.

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Where got shiok ? Better to stop in small towns, enjoy some seafood and beer then sexercise. But will take much longer getting to Penang.

 

A lot of rest stop along NSH .... [sly]

 

Those stops without food or petrol kiosk, just toilets only. Park far away one corner and do your sexercise ... [rolleyes]

 

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Where got shiok ? Better to stop in small towns, enjoy some seafood and beer then sexercise. But will take much longer getting to Penang.

 

Some like it adventurous and in confine space mar ....  :secret-laugh:

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been meaning to take the trip for a while.

should really do it soon.

wow exactly what i said above haha

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