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Spotted an overall Gray (might have been silver?) DS on my way in to work downtown... near Storrow Drive... one of you guys?

In any case you think you spotted me - my vehicle is white with contrast roof :)

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Spotted an overall Gray (might have been silver?) DS on my way in to work downtown... near Storrow Drive... one of you guys?

In any case you think you spotted me - my vehicle is white with contrast roof :)

-A
not me, although I definitely am hyper-aware of noticing other DSs on the road. I park mine at the commuter rail station in Concord, and only drive into the city rarely.

I'm sure over time we'll see more, but hopefully it'll never be as ubiquitous as an Audi A5. Up in these parts I see probably a dozen every time I go out.
 

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not me, although I definitely am hyper-aware of noticing other DSs on the road. I park mine at the commuter rail station in Concord, and only drive into the city rarely.

I'm sure over time we'll see more, but hopefully it'll never be as ubiquitous as an Audi A5. Up in these parts I see probably a dozen every time I go out.
this is the second time i've seen one on the road - and funny enough, the other one i saw was the same color/style... maybe the same guy haha.

i certainly hope it doesn't become as common as other cars... where ever i go i get people doing double takes and giving compliments... i've had evoque drivers eye me with envy haha
 

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this is the second time i've seen one on the road - and funny enough, the other one i saw was the same color/style... maybe the same guy haha.

i certainly hope it doesn't become as common as other cars... where ever i go i get people doing double takes and giving compliments... i've had evoque drivers eye me with envy haha

The appeal of an Evoque is lost on me. I've been in a few and it's just much too cramped, no bigger than a hatchback. I think the DS is the perfect size, I would be curious how the regular Discovery turns out.

That said, the Evoque's interior is markedly more luxurious. Not important to me given that I have 2 young kids . . . .
 

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The appeal of an Evoque is lost on me. I've been in a few and it's just much too cramped, no bigger than a hatchback. I think the DS is the perfect size, I would be curious how the regular Discovery turns out.

That said, the Evoque's interior is markedly more luxurious. Not important to me given that I have 2 young kids . . . .
i have a couple friends who went with the evoque right before the DS came out... the luxury is nice, but for me the design of the DS interior is perfect, everything is simple and functional, with a hint of luxury in the leather, finishing, etc.
 

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so it looks like Boston area is supposed to get a little snow tonight/tomorrow... I'm not too worried, slow down keep it safe and sane... we got the right vehicle! :)
 

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yesterday, another DS (dark blue) pulled into the parking spot right next to me at the shopping plaza. Needless to say, we both got a kick out of bumping into one another since we hardly see any other DSs around here. The other dude has been an owner for 3 months and has the 2016.5 MY. He says he has ZERO glitches, perfect low-end acceleration, basically he loves the thing to death. I guess he lucked out!
 
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