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    Fellow Frogger! vanderaj's Avatar
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    C3 Panoramique Interior shots + hint du Concours

    Many wanted to see the interior of a Panoramique. Well, I was doing the exterior for Sunday, and I had the camera ready.

    Enjoy!

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    <img src="http://www.greebo.net/images/citroen/CitroenInterior%20009.jpg" alt=" - " />

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    My detailing routine is nearly complete, and I've managed to rid the car of all of its pre-delivery packaging. But looking at the weather prognosis for both tomorrow (really ugly) and Sunday (ugly), I think the more unusual cars and tableaus will win. Mine will be wet

    Good luck on Sunday!
    Andrew
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    I have to admit, you've converted me... Previously I was a bit iffy about whether I liked the C3 or not, but seeing a C3 in a dark colour and with that roof...

    A big thumbs up, it looks really fantastic! dance head_ban

    Well done, you've definitely got to come on the next Melbourne cruise and show it off!

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    Yes andrew the car does look a treat how are you finding it actually?

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    Good. I've finally learnt where all of the doodads are. There's some quirks, and I wish there was a way to make the outside temperature and the time stay up, getting rid of the CD or station display.

    The lifetime averages are weird and out of kilter with recorded averages, but they're getting more accurate. I got 8.23 l/100 km for my first tank (city cycle + auto climate always on and roof open most of the time), but the average reckoned I was doing 9.3 l/100 km. It now says 8.8 and the average speed is going up to 44 km/h, which is going to be about right over the long run (10-20 km/h with plenty of stops in the mornings, 100 km/h non-stop in the evenings).

    I'm starting to learn that there's sometimes not much relationship between the engine speed and instantaneous consumption, so I basically get to speed relatively quickly instead of babying it, and then feather the pedal. I'm sooo looking forward to cruise control being fitted. I know I'm crap at keeping a constant speed without overdoing throttle inputs.

    In other news, about today's event!

    Apparently, if I'd had a CCCV sticker on the car, I would have won today. But I would have felt totally and utterly guilty and passed it on to the "next best", who IMHO actually deserved the prize they did get in our class. So in so many ways, I'm glad I didn't have the sticker on when judging took place.

    Congrats to Steven and partner who won in their beautifully presented one year old C5 HDI! It looked new!

    I had a great day, and saw lots of great old cars. I'm now also a member of the CCCV, which is cool.

    Andrew
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    andrew where are you getting those fule figures from?
    Is there somewhere on the car that tells you this?
    BTW: I have turned on my automatic headlights. They are great arent they?
    I love the little gong when you turn the key...

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    If you have the audio controls on the right hand stalk, the front of the two little buttons on the end changes radio stations or CD tracks. There is a little white circle on this button. Instead of using it as a rocker switch, press it in and it changes the trip computer's display in the dash. There are five settings which you can cycle through:

    * total lifetime km
    * trip km
    * Average lifetime fuel consumption (marked with an A)
    * Average lifetime speed (marked with an A)
    * and instantaneous fuel consumption (which is what I leave mine on)

    Apparently, if you know what you're doing, you can also change to imperial units, but I have no idea why you'd want to.

    Once programmed on, the lights will always work as automatic lights - you don't need to constantly reprogram it. Mine certainly doesn't.

    Andrew
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    Andrew I have programed the lights now and they are automatic which is great ill fiddle with the other bits soon...

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    Hee,hee,

    my 20 year old CX has all those trip computers and stuff. I used to leave it on "instantanious fuel consumption", but it scares sh!t out of you everytime the car comes onto boost, and you find yourself driving like grandpa simpson

    Best just to leave it off, that way when you fill the tank, that's the only time you have to think "Bloody @#$ *)#$#@_)(*( thirsty pig of a thing roll_lau ).

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