That's me had my cheapy Ti for a few days now, so I thought I'd report back on what I got for my money.
Bodywise it's pretty straight for the miles. There's some stone chipping on the front end and behind the rear wheel arches, a car park type ding low down on one of the doors (can only be seen from the right angle) and a couple of the plastic stone chip protector things are starting to peel. Other than that, the body is good and straight and looks really nice polished up.
The interior is perfect other than some wear on the gearknob and wears the miles very well. All the toys work fine - stereo, electric seats, folding mirrors etc. There is a very slight whistle from the driver's door at motorway speeds (door seal?) but otherwise good.
Mechanically, it pulls strongly, handles nicely, brakes in a straight line and changes gear smoothly. The only points of note are it's slightly grumbly for 30 secs after a cold start (preheating unavailable warning comes up so I think I'll change the plugs) and there is a slight bearing noise from the front (suspect one of the front wheel bearings so will jack it up and give em a wiggle). Other than that, we're cool.
Other points, the alloys have some kerbage on all of them and all the tyres have 3-4mm each (so will prob need changed in the next 6 months). The car came with a full printoff from its former lease company owners, showing the last service 8 months ago, new pads and discs a year ago, cam belt at 91k, a windscreen 18 months ago and plenty more. It's due a service now and I'll be doing that shortly. As well as that, my immediate priorities are to change the glow plugs and replace the offending wheel bearing.
So overall, I think the car wears its miles very well and am impressed with how it drives (it's a lot more comfortable than my GT on 17's!). I definitely like the amount of looks it gets and am happy with my purchase!