I have now owned this car for nearly four years. It is fitted with the Hi-Sat nav which has proved to add to the driving experience. It is cheap to run and returns on average 45mpg.
I would recommend this car as it has given me 74,000 miles of reliable service.
I have just recently purchased this car and I think it is a really good car. The style of inside the Rover 75 is a mixture of retro and modern, which makes it great to look at.
It is a solid car and, with all its airbags, it makes you feel pretty safe while driving it. There is plenty of leg- and headroom for both front and rear passengers.
I have had the contemporary pack and the MP3/6 disc auto changer added to my car and I'm really pleased with them. The ride is smooth and you hardly feel a bump you drive over.
The only problem I have is that the 1.8-litre engine is slightly sluggish but apart from that you actually feel like you're royalty in it.
The only dislike is that I have driven and owned larger engined cars and the Rover's mpg is not very good by comparison. Just returned from a return trip to Birmingham after having a newish engine fitted. Averaged about 23mpg.
Lovely car to drive, although it's a pity it does not have a CD player. Only two faults in the two months. A loose drivers door pane, fixed under warranty, and an annoying rattle at low revs from under the car, yet to be fixed. No other complaints. A lot of car for the money. I'm glad it has the turbo. It would be sluggish without.
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