Rover 45 2.0 turbo-diesel iE 5dr Reviews
Product Type: Rover cars
Newest Review: ... the way out, which will cost several hundred pounds. Another thing that is far harder to notice, at least until it goes ... more
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Customer Rover 45 2.0 turbo-diesel iE 5dr Reviews (2)
by - written on 17/09/11
Had the car for over 6 years now and have done around 90k miles in it and it had over 100k on the clock when we got it. We have always found it ultra reliable, the only time it has given up on us was with a faulty battery. The interior is of a high quality and the seating very comfortable for long journeys. There could be more legroom at the back but for the kids it doesn't matter. The engine can easily get 50mpg if you don't drive like a maniac and for long journeys you can expect to get up to 60mpg. The drive and brakes are very precise but don't expect light steering. All in all we have been very pleased with it and we will keep it going until something expensive needs replacing.
by - written on 20/06/10 (Very useful, 429 readings)
Purchased in January with 120 000 miles for £1000 it hasn't been a bad car, but there are a number of things I would now know to look out for. The Peugeot 2.0 TDi engine is a very good, strong unit but can be hard on clutches. When the clutch starts to go the first you will notice is a difficulty getting into gear. If you have to push the clutch right to the floor, or it is sometime hard to engage gears, 1st and reverse in particular, the clutch is on the way out, which will cost several hundred pounds. Another thing that is far harder to notice, at least until it goes wrong completely, is the MAF sensor. This tells the engine how much air is ... Read the complete review
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