Anti-Roll Bar replaced £42.00.
Unhappy with Tracking, had 4-Wheel Electronic Wheel Alignment done- occasioning a new noise when doing tight 180 turns. Seems to have disappeared though. Occasional strange thumps from offside rear suspension.
Front tyres v badly worn on inner edge- Alignment showed the combined toe-in was 3degrees and should have been maximum 1degree.
On rough urban surfaces, v lumpy. Speed bumps handled better in a Renault.
Bifuel is amazing. 210miles of motorway, Cruise set at 70mph turned in UK6.4p per mile of LPG (cost on 19th/Sept2006 39.9p per litre LPG). This beats the 1.9dci Diesel Megane by 2p a mile. Major savings.
Bifuel struggles occasionally at traffic lights. Gentle prodding of pedal required.
V big and heavy car, but still holds the line. Bothered by the suspension though, on poor surfaces. Should be a lot better. Bifuel has self-levelling suspension as standard- could be a reason.
Comfort-wise, v successful. 400miles still leaves you in the mood for dancing. The Sat-Nav is good. The TV is pretty cool. Take a break from driving, watch some tv, hit the road again. V good. TV not sold on the new S80- This may be a rare accessory in future.
Stability Traction Control v convincing. Well worth making standard in every car, as the EU is proposing to do.
BTW- In a Bifuel model, the gas tanks are placed under the rear seats and in the spare wheel pit. There is no spare.