I can only think the reason it didn't sell in the numbers hopped for was due to the snobbery of the motoring press A cracking car at a cracking price. Tue 15 Apr 2014 20:35 2005 2. Current lifestyle dictates that is, regrettably, almost all fairly short suburban runs. Eventually I replaced them with a set of 17 inch with more tyre to cushion the knocks from pot holes! Tends to go through rear bushes. I've just been all the way to Enfield and back from Hayling Island in my 3. It's a green Jag x-type estate, I cannot recollect now whether it was definitely a diesel 2.
We break each vehicle review down into five categories preformance, running cost, comfort, reliability and space practicality making it very easy to understand, giving you feedback directly form the vehicle owner. I've had it remapped and that gives me an extra 5-7 mpg around 1-1. Yes they are getting on a bit now but must be the most car you can buy for the money. The boot a little shallow. Let us know how you get on. The face lift model is a real head Turner, I've been complimented on numerous occasions by random strangers.
I have had my 2. All i have had to buy is a blanking plate for the dreaded egr. Without bragging I could easily have gotten a more expensive car. It's impractical, over 12 years old. But this jag is something else.
There is something that makes me feel very special when driving my X Type. The running costs are very acceptable and overall the vehicle still looks good. Spent £400 on paint to make it like new. I've had the car for about three and a half years and covered about 100k and its generally been very reliable. Rear windows to be tinted next weekend. A car of that quality, comfort and performance doing 26 on only local runs is not bad. Not bad for a slush box.
I found a petrol and had learnt that this was 4 wheel drive by researching online. £460 on a alternator as I was getting intermittent battery light. Mon 30 Jun 2008 15:32 2005 2. Economy: the published figures are accurate, 28. In silver it's got to be one of the best on the road. Dark Blue, all the toys.
I walked unscathed out of one after a major crash. The onboard computer is showing 35. . My Derv Estate does between 50 + 52 on runs, about 32 around town. Sports premium ride is very firm. These are actuals based on fuel consumption not trip computer averages.
Should sell this one too really. So far I've spent £400 on paint. I had to fill the stars in above because this email would not send unless that was completed. I merely wished to tell you the seller did not correspond or call. Blue, Ivory Leather, Mocha piping. The car looks very smart and although compared to other cars the equipment list is not huge it has all the 'essentials'. It was a lot cheaper.
Maybe you would be kind enough to ask them why they did not have the courtesy to reply please? Had mine 12 months now. Above all else it is comfortable with electrically adjustable seats including lumbar support. All the gizmos, electric heated leather seats, sat nav etc. Load space is the estate is not as big as some others the roof line come quite low at the back but has been fine for me. I currently lease a 2017 focus. This provides you with all the information you need to make the decision of which car is perfect for you. Previous 5 years - 2007 07 2.
Considering what I paid for it, it has been excellent value and I will certainly consider another one when I have to replace it. Just been serviced as well before picking it up, want to know what you guys think before taking it back or is that right for a 2. So in 6 months I've replaced a battery. I was attracted to a low mileage diesel x type but it was pricey. It has now done 190k and I think the injectors need replacing but that seems a pretty good innings for the Delphi items. They are meaningless on this occasion however.
Was great in the snow recently as well. Hello everyone, new to the site so hang on in there Just bought my self a x type 2. Only taking it out for longer blasts every other month or so. The mileage has increased to only 60,000 and the car is regularly serviced according to the book. It was sheer impulse attracted to a cheap price with low mileage.