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    #11

    Re: how can u describe it....?

    Thanxs any way....but what would be the right adjectives to use to describe such a car....?

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    Looks like a fiat, modern, probably new model. Hatchback? Front wheel drive, economical, fun, practical inexpensive, Cheap insurance group, easy maintenance, good load carrier, four seats, two door, competing for the first time buyer market, revolutionary, state of the art, cutting edge...


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    thanxs a lot...that's the sort of answers I m looking for....

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    #14

    Re: how can u describe it....?

    Quote Originally Posted by curmudgeon View Post
    Looks like a fiat, modern, probably new model. Hatchback? Front wheel drive, economical, fun, practical inexpensive, Cheap insurance group, easy maintenance, good load carrier, four seats, two door, competing for the first time buyer market, revolutionary, state of the art, cutting edge...
    Also metallic paint, tinted windscreen, low-profile tyres, alloy hubcaps - all of which suggest that it's not bottom-of-the-range but has had lots of upgrades; I've seen such a car referred to (in an ad) as 'fully-loaded', but you're not training to be a salesman I guess.

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    no...but I need to know the specific methodes used to present that car...how the ads makers could present that car...

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    Quote Originally Posted by b3foul View Post
    thanxs a lot...that's the sort of answers I m looking for....

    You should've asked

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    #17

    Re: how can u describe it....?

    Quote Originally Posted by b3foul View Post
    no...but I need to know the specific methodes used to present that car...how the ads makers could present that car...
    if its a fiat, you could use headlines like:

    Mama Mia! Fiats new Bambino!!

    Or, Fiat look for a share of the Super Mini market with the launch of.........

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