1990 Renault 25 GTS 2.0 Lt
Good bargain and reliable
Due to sun expose interior parts went apart.
Due to sun expose and heat bonnet paint lost it's color.
Central locking system went wrong a few times needed replacement of some parts.
Lack of power due to 2.0 lt engine.
Lack of characteristics.
Above all a reliable car.
Comfortable seats (Not for long journeys)
Good brakes, keeps in line.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 24th February, 2004
(Not for long journeys) you must be kidding this is what this car was made for.
I had a R25 Monaco and I went all over the country, and I never got back ea-ck) best car I ever had.
I drove a 25 gts from 2002 till 2005. And he is not kidding. I also thought (as Renault has specialists only designing the seats), that it was a utmost comfortable car. Until I drove it from Belgium to Bretagne. The soft seat, after 6 or 7 seven hours, turned itself against me. My bottom was hurting and I really didn't know how to sit anymore. The reason for that was that the seat was way to soft, and every muscle was 'stretched' until it started to hurt. The car was low mileage and the seats were pretty much new, at the time. This trip was in 2004, and I still remember how it hurt.
The Renault 25 GTs had sport seats that's way.
I have had a Honda Civic VTi; yep good car but that's what you call a uncomfortable seats.
7 hours I was hurting after 3 hours in the Honda Civic.
The R25 Monaco and the Renault 25 TXE Executive and Baccara all had leather interiors, so yes you had the wrong model.
I had the same, some years ago. Everything is correct, sluggish engine. And what look like nice and comfortable seats, at first, becomes only clear when you have long journeys. Your 'behind' starts to feel uncomfortable, because the cushions are too soft. It becomes very annoying after 6 - 7 hours.
All cars are uncomfortable after 6 - 7 hours.
So yes Renault, well done on the Renault 25.
"All cars are uncomfortable after 6 - 7 hours"
I beg to differ as I have taken 10 hour trips in my Saab 9-3 and was not uncomfortable at all. Those Saab seats are very comfortable on long trips.
10 hour trips? What, without stopping?
If so, don't you think that's a bit dangerous for other people on the road? Remember, tiredness kills.