We got a fantastic deal on this car - bought it new for £10800.
Even if we had payed £19000 we would still of been happy. Compared to the finish on the new BMW 5 and 3 series these cars have been verry underated and have a unique style.
It's nice to see that a company didn't follow the European code of design. It's a damn shame that Rover and MG have gone. The British have yet let another company go to the dogs!
This is possibly the most comfortable car I have ever driven. My second one was the 131bhp diesel (BMW powered), which is far better than my earlier diesel turbo.
Sadly, the demise of Rover has prompted a change - coupled with the low driving position.
Both cars required work to the electrics, reversing sensors, central locking and computer faults. Both cars turned in approx 40mpg with the 131bhp unit proving the more capable for motorway cruising. Overall, allowing for the electrical faults, this is still a car I will remember with affection.
A very comfortable car. It drives very well at speed, like a train on tracks. We have the automatic gearbox, which makes it a very easy and comfortable car to drive, particularly around town. Day-to-day running is reasonable, but tyres are expensive, and I shudder to think what major repairs to the powertrain might cost.
This is a smooth, comfortable load-lugger with good refinement and economy.
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