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Non è malaccio secondo me...però io seguito a non trovare per nulla piacevoli queste B station, comprese 206 prima e 207 ora...

Saranno funzionali eh, per carità, ma non poi molto di più di una C berlina, dunque, il vantaggio dove sarebbe, nei costi?

Ammetto di non avere in mente le differenze di prezzo tra una 207 station ed una 307/308! :)

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Non è malaccio secondo me...però io seguito a non trovare per nulla piacevoli queste B station, comprese 206 prima e 207 ora...

Saranno funzionali eh, per carità, ma non poi molto di più di una C berlina, dunque, il vantaggio dove sarebbe, nei costi?

..evidentemente solo nel bagagliao e nelle dimensioni "più grandi" rispetto alla base berlina

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la vetratura laterale a bolla la fa assomigliare alla croma, ma dovrebbe essere solo un effetto ottico dato dalla linea di cintura ascendente credo

il posteriore è banalotto forte

all'anteriore ci sono quei fari totalmente sbagliati ed incoerenti con il resto del design, come anche sulla versione normale del resto

concludendo, preferisco la logan sw!

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Una B SW ha quasi sempre un bagagliaio più grosso della sua C corrispondente.

Perde solo nei posti posteriori, che per l'utenza media ( famiglia con bambini ) sono meno importanti

..infatti, per es, la Palio aveva una volumetria simile alla Stilo MW

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