These faults where already on the car when purchased.
Passenger side front window doesn't work (blown motor up to £80 from dealer).
Auto wipers don't work (wiring fault).
Remote central locking key doesn't work (new internal chip required about £80 from dealer).
Air con doesn't work lost gas due to broken air charger pipe.
This, in my opinion, is a great, very well speced car for the price, with its half leather, air con 4x electric window and mirrors, auto wipers, CD player with remote stalk etc.
The car is quite good on fuel, returning 520 miles to a tank with quick driving. Although it is not as quick as a VW Golf or Bora TDI, it is cheaper to run, with only group 5 insurance. The power issue can be sorted with a chip, which will raise the car to roughly 120bhp and 260nm of torque, instead of the standard 90bhp and 215nm.
The drive is quite sporty for a diesel, with very good cornering, especially on B roads. Some consider it to be the best in its class, although tyres do tend to wear quickly.
The car is very comfy; I have done a 300 mile trip to Scarborough and back with no back trouble, and the boot is a decent size for a family, and can easily take suitcases.
The only downside, is that these cars tend to suffer with electrical faults, especially the wiring loom into the door. Mine has a faulty passenger front window, auto wipers, air con, and remote key that needs a new circuit board. Parts are pretty steep at main dealers, but can be sourced easily from breakers or auction sites for much less.
Overall an economical, sporty, cheap to run, and comfy, family or young persons car.