26th Sep 2007, 02:18
Not this one mate, it's got the works and would show this Noble how its done.
I'll take anyone on, on the track.
26th Sep 2007, 09:49
You're not getting the point, nobody wants to drive a nova or be seen in one, apart from the local chavs. It doesn't matter how fast it is, at the end of the day it's a vauxhall nova.
1st Oct 2007, 02:55
Yea they do! Especially nicely modified ones like mine; they can't be beaten for the money.
1st Oct 2007, 10:20
Instead of wasting money modifying your nova why don't you just buy a decent car in the first place. Get yourself a proper hot hatch.
22nd Oct 2007, 03:24
I would say it 'IS' a proper hot hatch due to having supercar like performance, and no it's not my car.
I think with that kind of power etc. it could definitely be an ultimate hatchback.
22nd Oct 2007, 06:42
If it's not your car and nobody has mentioned what performance this Nova has, how can you possibly say it has 'supercar like performance'?
12th Nov 2007, 02:18
Because I've seen what these turbo engined nova's can do.
And their lightweight combined with high power gives them great performance. Fact!
25th Jan 2008, 09:46
I've seen Nova c20let 2.0 turbo's in action, they are lethally quick, but a Noble M400 has 400hp/ton, a nova 250bhp c20let Nova has about 275hp/ton, so it will get absolutely sat on! And handling will be a walkover for the Noble.
I have a 190+ bhp Corsa 2.0 Xe which is in the review section, year 1993. I love my Corsa, it's cheap and very quick, but a Noble is in a different league; in fact it's about 4 leagues ahead.