Whats the most annoying thing about your car?

Whats the most annoying thing about your car?

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V8 WUU

Original Poster:

3,776 posts

131 months

Saturday 9th November
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Mine, 2017 Mustang GT, I only live 3 miles from work, yet I find myself having to fill up with fuel once a week.

Why......... Because some moron thought a 61L fuel tank was sufficient, it seems to manage about 220 Miles to a full tank.

So annoying, as I hate filling up with fuel, im sure they could have got a 100L tank in it?



Busterbulldog

587 posts

79 months

Saturday 9th November
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It has to be the sunroof that piddles water in your eyes when it rains and rust bits when it doesn't.
I mainly make the wife drive it.

Patrick Bateman

10,895 posts

122 months

Saturday 9th November
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Volvo S90- controls for the fan, heated seats etc. are all part of the touch screen system. I don't care what anyone says but physical buttons will always be far more convenient.


watchnut

593 posts

77 months

Saturday 9th November
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Have a guess what car this is by the "annoying bits"

reverse is not easy to get into
no rear leg room
bloody indicators with the "soft touch 3 flash thing"....mind you nearly all modern cars have this
boot tiny
everyone has one

Bowlers

196 posts

41 months

Saturday 9th November
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The most annoying thing about my car is that it is a Volkswagen Golf. MK4. GTI. eek

bluezedd

488 posts

30 months

Saturday 9th November
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watchnut said:
Have a guess what car this is by the "annoying bits"

reverse is not easy to get into
no rear leg room
bloody indicators with the "soft touch 3 flash thing"....mind you nearly all modern cars have this
boot tiny
everyone has one
Audi A1?

Buster73

3,596 posts

101 months

Saturday 9th November
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The person who occupies the passenger seat the most.

FA57REN

168 posts

3 months

Saturday 9th November
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One of the keycards refuses to unlock the doors. Everything else on it is fine ( lock and start ). Of course it's the one I inevitably grab first when in a rush...

Court_S

1,547 posts

125 months

Saturday 9th November
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The creaky door seals.

BMW have applied tape but as soon as the car gets dirty it comes back. I only notice it when doing slow speed manoeuvres but it drives me up the wall.

Boosted LS1

18,281 posts

208 months

Saturday 9th November
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There isn't anything :-) it works.

Turn7

16,507 posts

169 months

Saturday 9th November
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Rear boot struts have failed and I CBA to replace them..

Being a Coupe, the Doors are just stupidly to wide and make it a PITA to get in and out of it in a multistorey...

joropug

484 posts

137 months

Saturday 9th November
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Court_S said:
The creaky door seals.

BMW have applied tape but as soon as the car gets dirty it comes back. I only notice it when doing slow speed manoeuvres but it drives me up the wall.
My dad had this. Silicone spray from Halfords every month or so kept it quiet.

Andy Meads

320 posts

151 months

Saturday 9th November
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watchnut said:
Have a guess what car this is by the "annoying bits"

reverse is not easy to get into
no rear leg room
bloody indicators with the "soft touch 3 flash thing"....mind you nearly all modern cars have this
boot tiny
everyone has one
Mini?

Andy Meads

320 posts

151 months

Saturday 9th November
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Electric parking brake in my V70. Stupidly placed by the light controls, just out of convenient reach. Why not put it by the gear lever for heaven’s sake?

T1547

455 posts

82 months

Saturday 9th November
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V8 WUU said:
Mine, 2017 Mustang GT, I only live 3 miles from work, yet I find myself having to fill up with fuel once a week.

Why......... Because some moron thought a 61L fuel tank was sufficient, it seems to manage about 220 Miles to a full tank.

So annoying, as I hate filling up with fuel, im sure they could have got a 100L tank in it?
Wow can see that must get annoying, what mpg do you get?*

Mine
Lexus CT - same as your problem - small petrol tank so regular topping up. 35l tank which normally gets around 320miles range.

Porsche - couple of annoying interior rattles.

Eta - *around 16mpg it seems (doing the math)

Edited by T1547 on Saturday 9th November 20:58

MC Bodge

11,660 posts

123 months

Saturday 9th November
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The ride quality over very small bumps.

R1 Dave

6,954 posts

211 months

Saturday 9th November
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M140i
Cheap suspension
Notchy manual gearbox
numb steering

QuattroDave

581 posts

76 months

Saturday 9th November
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Most annoying on mine was depreciation smile


As for actual niggles, very few and far between that I couldn't cure with coding or modifying. The one stand out point tough was over dampening which made it a wee bit bouncy on most UK roads! Mine was an M140i which sold on Thursday and is being replaced with a mustang GT on Tuesday so I'll be interested to see if I get the same range woes as the Op!

Ar63

74 posts

14 months

Saturday 9th November
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Armrest not adjustable and too far back to be useful
Cup holders between said armrest and gear stick

TheFinners

504 posts

75 months

Saturday 9th November
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GT86 - the abruptness of the clutch. Shoe choice when driving becomes important, and if you're tired or cold then its very easy to end up kangerooing like a learner when you first pull away.