UK Members. Considering a Rover 200 Si Hatchback

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  1. Ancoats

    Ancoats New Member

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    I'd fallen in love with the MG ZR but seeing as I cant afford one I've settled for a Rover 200, like my previous car.

    Found a nice one for £1200 with only 45,000 miles on the clock. Should I go for it or get a Pug 106 that every chav seems to own? :hsd:

    Got a budget of 3k, but I'd rather use all that on a car and insurance, rather than just the car.
     
  2. mondaynightmike

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    DEFINITELY No *Unlinked* Cock Pics
    your not 60 are you :hs:
     
  3. DK

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    id consider a late model golf mkIII for that pricetag.

    but out of the two you have mentioned id definetely pick the 106.
     
  4. Redline Racer

    Redline Racer Subaru Tecnica International

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    :ugh:

    You brought back to life a 4 month old thread, for that? Though I'm sure it is all about Fiat if you enjoy walking half the time.
     
  5. deusexaethera

    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    Fiats are good cars. It's just the ones from ~1980 to ~1986 that were shitty because the steel was cheap and rusted out fast. Although, my mother had an '81 Brava that she kept for two years in Italy, three years in Michigan, and three years in New York. It survived all that cold and road salt. She loved it.
     
  6. Redline Racer

    Redline Racer Subaru Tecnica International

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    Ah right. So it must be an anomaly that Fiat came 35th out of 36 in the Top Gear 2005 Survey?
     

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