If you’re going to own it at any stage then I’d be inclined to take it fairly easy for the first couple hundred miles; if you won’t own the car at any stage, just go for it
Aahh, the old "f**k the next mug" running in technique. This attitude is why I buy new.If you’re going to own it at any stage then I’d be inclined to take it fairly easy for the first couple hundred miles; if you won’t own the car at any stage, just go for it
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Makes sense to me! The only downside would be that someone drives to car to you for delivery rather than being on the back of a trailer
Do people agree with the bit about changing the oil to non-synthetic after 20 miles? Wasn't sure if this bit refers to bikes only.
I was just posting a link I had found when searching myself, it states to vary RPM using pulls (not consistent motorway 4k RPM) - please let us know though why they don't want high cylinder pressures etc if you could that would be really helpful and another opinion to consider?Why don't those advocating thrashing new engines do some research? Find out why the manufacturer doesn't want high cylinder pressures on new rings, and why they do not want the engine run at consistent high rpm.
If you do, you might not spread BS info to people who want accurate answers to their questions.