2004 Opel Vectra GTS 2.0 DTi diesel from UK and Ireland
Smooth, but dear to keep on the road
Alternator went; cost 240 euros.
Leak off pipe, letting air in. Had to replace; cost 30 euros.
Had to replace fuel pump; cost 700 euros.
Replaced battery; cost 135 euros.
Replaced power steering pump at a cost of 450 euros.
Sump, rocker, and head gaskets had to replaced; cost 150 euros just for gaskets.
I bought this car with only 50k miles on it for 2500 euros, and then spent 1665 euros keeping it on the road. God knows what's next to come. I will not get my money back, so I'll have to drive it until it won't drive any more...
I like the huge boot and the cabin room.
I like the layout of the dash and the seating position.
The GTS version is what I have, and they're a cracking looking car.
GM just need to sort out the engine end of things.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 15th October, 2013
With that mileage and the stated problems, it sounds like it's been clocked.
I agree, 50,000 miles seems a little too 'exact', and I would've expected these problems on a car with more than double that mileage.
50000 miles for 2500 euros only, really seems a bit suspicious. I do agree with the previous comment, that it seems as if there was tampering with the mileage.