Isn't this the business model now? Consumers want so much kit in their car compared to 25 yeats ago, electric windows, ABS, ASR, EBD, reading road (speed) signs, phone connectivity, (adaptive) cruise control, touch screens, complex ECUs, better fuel efficiency, stop start and half a hundred other things I don't use. All that crap is where manufacturers start to get some of the money back when it goes wrong. Mike 'Top Hat' Brewer was doing a Corrado and the ABS pump was throwing an error, it's an MoT fail so you either scrap your 'classic' or buy another one. How much? About £800. After sales servicing and parts is probably where the money is. Lease the car so you are only responsible for it for the first three years while it is hopefully fairly problem free and recover most of your costs on the lease payments, then flog it on to some poor mug who needs to spend a bomb playing whack-a-mole with all the warning lights popping up.
LED lights, radar, parking sensors, all of these are going to be really expensive to sort I bet.
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