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Re: Driving In High Heels

Postby stephaniewoi » Sun Jul 08, 2018 12:21 am

denisehornsby wrote:Hi,
Nice to see a common sense answer, I have gone off this website a bit as some people put silly posts about trying to start their cars etc when it is supposed to be a helpful website for us girls. If you want to start your car turn the key and perhaps put your foot down a bit, if it does not start after several tries there is something wrong so take it to a mechanic and get it fixed!! No need to write about it,
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Denise X


Haha yes!

Cars that don't work are not for me. I prefer driving cars that are powerful and luxurious. Expensive taste you know!

Cheap inferior poor quality cars ugh! No. Such a turn off!

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Re: Driving In High Heels

Postby denisehornsby » Thu Jul 12, 2018 11:52 pm

Hi Stephanie,
I must agree I too like a car with a bit of power that is there when you need it. My SL55 has had a couple of upgrades so really goes when I press the gas pedal. Makes a nice sound too and leaves those "old clunkers" behind!! Much more fun too,
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Re: Driving In High Heels

Postby stephaniewoi » Fri Jul 13, 2018 8:32 am

denisehornsby wrote:Hi Stephanie,
I must agree I too like a car with a bit of power that is there when you need it. My SL55 has had a couple of upgrades so really goes when I press the gas pedal. Makes a nice sound too and leaves those "old clunkers" behind!! Much more fun too,
KR,
Denise


Haha yes ! A classy dominant woman needs a classy powerful car.

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Re: Driving In High Heels

Postby Trample&CrushM3 » Sat Jul 14, 2018 6:32 pm

stephaniewoi wrote:
denisehornsby wrote:Hi Stephanie,
I must agree I too like a car with a bit of power that is there when you need it. My SL55 has had a couple of upgrades so really goes when I press the gas pedal. Makes a nice sound too and leaves those "old clunkers" behind!! Much more fun too,
KR,
Denise


Haha yes ! A classy dominant woman needs a classy powerful car.


Agreed, but why don't you try a 2018 c63 AMG coupe? 503 hp; 0-60 in 3.8; top speed 155. Put that boot sole down and away you go!

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Re: Driving In High Heels

Postby denisehornsby » Mon Jul 16, 2018 4:38 am

Hi,
CL63 sounds good My SL55 stock version is 517 hp but I have had upgrades (cost a bomb) and it now puts out over 700 hp!! limiter removed too. Not sure of 0-60 but it really goes. I have had it well over the limited speed on the M40 in the early hours but right "stiletto" was not hard to the floor and there was plenty left1 I ran out of courage,
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Re: Driving In High Heels

Postby stephaniewoi » Mon Jul 16, 2018 7:34 am

denisehornsby wrote:Hi,
CL63 sounds good My SL55 stock version is 517 hp but I have had upgrades (cost a bomb) and it now puts out over 700 hp!! limiter removed too. Not sure of 0-60 but it really goes. I have had it well over the limited speed on the M40 in the early hours but right "stiletto" was not hard to the floor and there was plenty left1 I ran out of courage,
KR,
Denise


Very nice Denise!

I have a Tesla S, with dual motor giving 518 hp. This is not the higher power version which has 750 hp. What I love with my Tesla though is the quietness the handling and the acceleration available at any speed. Just like you though I don't have the courage to go full speed. Extremely easy to drive in heels as well because mostly it's driven with the gas pedal. The brake pedal isn't used much due the the electric braking.

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Re: Driving In High Heels

Postby denisehornsby » Mon Jul 16, 2018 2:08 pm

Hi again,
I Just thought it not a case of" step on the gas"" anymore but step on the juice!!!
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Re: Driving In High Heels

Postby stephaniewoi » Mon Jul 16, 2018 7:54 pm

denisehornsby wrote:Hi again,
I Just thought it not a case of" step on the gas"" anymore but step on the juice!!!
KR,
Denise


I like that a lot Denise. Hahaha :D


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