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Buying a used car in Taiwan...............NSFW!

Postby smellybumlove » 06 Jul 2010, 00:00

language is NSFW!!!!!!





I wasn't going to post this......... but i gave in.

This situation really did happen and the swearing is almost spot on though it was done in chinese (well duh).
Though it sounds like possibly the buyer is over reacting, the actual length of the real event was much longer,the dodginess of the dealer was so bad and the fact you drove for a long time to see this car..... well im sure you could understand.

I recently had another expeirence recently that is just too good to keep to myself, so stay tuned for volume 2!

Oh and im buying a NEW car now, if you can afford it, please just buy new.
Taiwans used car market is one of the worst on the planet.
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Re: Buying a used car in Taiwan

Postby sulavaca » 06 Jul 2010, 00:06

smellybumlove wrote:Oh and im buying a NEW car now, if you can afford it, please just buy new.
Taiwans used car market is one of the worst on the planet.


Hu? Did I miss something? :eh:
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Re: Buying a used car in Taiwan

Postby smellybumlove » 06 Jul 2010, 00:43

I would of thought you would be on the same page with that one!.
:lol:
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Re: Buying a used car in Taiwan

Postby sulavaca » 06 Jul 2010, 00:58

Oh! Right! I was on a different track. Funny animation BTW. If I didn't know better, I would have sworn they were speaking Taichungese.

What was with the Teana? I thought it was your whore? Didn't you enjoy dressing it up in sparkles to your delight? :wink: :lol:
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Re: Buying a used car in Taiwan

Postby smellybumlove » 06 Jul 2010, 02:30

Teana is pretty good, fast and cheap to run, smooth and loads of comfort extras.
But its WAAAAY to big for taipei driving, i hate it in this traffic.

So im buying a new skoda yeti (when it arrives).

Oh and taipei was worse than taichung, thats gonna be the 2nd movie......
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Re: Buying a used car in Taiwan

Postby redwagon » 06 Jul 2010, 02:58

Funny, but language is for sure NSFW. Could you change the title of the first post to reflect that please? :thumbsup:
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