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Rover Metro and 100 (1990 - 1998)

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ascot 1.1 8v

reviewed by stevetheskaterboy on 26 June 2010
4
Overall rating
3
How it drives
4
Fuel economy
3
Running costs
4
Cost of maintenance and repairs
1
Experience at the garage or specialist
5
How practical it is
2
How you rate the manufacturer
5
Overall reliability

Flawed yes, great without a doubt

I brought this car as a stop gap car, having had my previous car ran into when parked, cost me less than £150 and I still own it now as the family back up, and my sister has learned to drive in it.
Had its faults, rusty rear arches, inoperable central locking, knackered raidator and a few other niggles.
It took very little time and money to put right (and I have got to add I cut my teeth on body repairs and mechanics with this little car) and since then has been a dream, cheap to run, easy to maintain, and even if crude always makes me smile when I drive it. I still remember learning to drive in a austin metro back many years and this little car is still a perfect little run about

definatly worth £410 of anyones money, especially considering thats all it took to put it right and to buy

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