The Turbo R is a high performance living room
The rear on side shock absorber leaks.
The cruise has failed.
The steering rack leaks.
The windscreen rubber perished and caused a complete replacement.
The engine pinks at high speed. It dislikes LRP. (It hates unleaded).
I just love everything else about the car. It cost so little to buy, is very cheap to insure and if you keep out of a Bentley dealer's clutches and find a truly competent, local mechanic it will still hold its purchase value so well that even with all the problems I have had, it could well work out cheaper to run (15,000 miles per annum) over three years than a new Citroen Picasso. As a bonus, the walnut burr picnic trays in the back seats are better made than the lightweight, plastic, gallic alternative.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 7th May, 2003