Is this perhaps becoming an overused term in the world of the German sports saloon/coupe/estate?
I see it all the time and to me it means nothing.
"Fully loaded" means very rich, a gun with full ammo or a car that's carrying a lot of luggage.
It does not mean a car with a few options ticked. But if it did, when does a car "qualify?" Does it need more than 10% of it's list price added as options for example? Or more than 10 options added? In which case I'll call our two bob Jimny "fully loaded" for having better tyres, lamp covers, rubber floor mates and a towbar!
Beginning to grate me more than "level playing field, low hanging fruit and at the end of the day"
Probably just me as usual though.
E91 335d SE Touring
Also Land Rover Puma Defender 110 XS station wagon
Last edited by 335diesel; 08-14-2010 at 05:37 PM.