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I love the car despite the leaking roof (hopefully will soon have fixed). It's an easy drive with reliable, quick power when needed especially for it's size. MPG is good. Some reviews comment on the ride being hard, but it's really not, I've had Megane Sport, and Civics so this is a nice boost in comfort. It a little too much roll in the corners but it's an SUV not a Megane Sport. Features on the Titanium X Sport are through the (sun)roof and compare well to other competing SUVs. Mine came with Sync 2 installed which is pretty basic but works - No updates, no Apple play or any other apps\features you'd expect. Upgrading to Sync 3 would mean a costly jobs of replacing head unit and GPS, priced about £300 for parts. I do like the SatNav - A plus feature is adding multiple destinations\way points and tell it to plan best route, negative is having to buy map updates in an age where so many SatNav vendors offer free map updates.

How reliable do you find the car?

2 issues. 1 - The electric boot open/close. The boot doesn't always close when it's told too. I suspect this may be related to battery conservation if you don't do enough miles to keep it charged. 2 - Roof leaks. Big issue that I noticed isn't uncommon. I have factory roof rails which (thanks to YouTube and lots of forums) I found is the cause of the leak. The seal around the screws\bolts fitting it to them to the main structure aren't water tight and needs to be refitted\resealed.
  • How they rated it

  • Reliability: 3 out of 5 3.0
  • Meets Expectations: 5 out of 5 5.0
  • Overall Rating: 5 out of 5 5.0
  • Noel Kivell recommends this car

About their car

  • Fuel type Diesel
  • When purchased February 2019
  • Condition when bought Used
  • Current Mileage 19,000 miles
  • Average MPG 38 mpg