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TX5 gets uglier!

Mr. Mister

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They said the same thing when the TX1 replaced the Fairway. Its ugly, its different from the normal cabs people were used to. Now the TX range is recognised as normal and a London Icon. The new cab will be the same, it will be recognised as an icon very quickly. As long as it does the job it was designed to do, what it looks like isnt the number one issue.
 

eric_london

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They said the same thing when the TX1 replaced the Fairway. Its ugly, its different from the normal cabs people were used to. Now the TX range is recognised as normal and a London Icon. The new cab will be the same, it will be recognised as an icon very quickly. As long as it does the job it was designed to do, what it looks like isnt the number one issue.
You could be right but on other hand I dont know many cabbies that can afford one of these at 50K!
 

real taxi bod

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If I was a cabby I would have preferred to drive a Vito instead of this sh1tty


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I quite like it but there again i hated the latest Prius , so I'm no judge lol

You could be right but on other hand I dont know many cabbies that can afford one of these at 50K!
Quite a few of the new vitos about at £47k and they have no subsidies.

From our money
Great isn't it, 120,000 ph paying for our new cabs, every cloud ......Lol
 

babasanfur

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I quite like it but there again i hated the latest Prius , so I'm no judge lol


Quite a few of the new vitos about at £47k and they have no subsidies.


Great isn't it, 120,000 ph paying for our new cabs, every cloud ......Lol
Keep dreaming
Tfl never keep their promises
I hope they keep this one
 
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