I quite like the grill strips and the black mirrors,Looks tidy but could use some colour-coded mirrors, clear side repeaters and losing those chrome strips on the grille :tut: imo.
Nice house btw :thumbs:
Is it silver or a silvery-blue colour? Can't really tell if its just the camera playing tricks..thanks for the comments people, the car is bassicly as I bought it atm tbh I hadnt even noticed the grill untill it was pointed out, I have some clear repeaters on the way atm, I am bidding on a set of 17" telesdials on ebay also and I will get mirrors done allong with the bumpers when I decide on what kit I will be having, sideing towards gta front and rear bumpers now or just a front splitter of some kind.
oh the house isnt mine unfortunatly its a property I work at.
Have you ever driven a ZS? They are very, very good handling cars, considering their heritage.. Chassis pre-tuned by Honda before Rover even got their hands on it, good springs and shocks, and only 1285kg even for the 24v V6 option.. The MG interior is plain though, I will admit.I must admit I do actually quite like the ZT (the Rover 75 one) but am less keen on the ZR and even less so on the ZS (seems to me to fill a gap that doesn't really exist!).
My neighbour has the ZT in what I guess is the MG equivalent of Stromboli Grey with 18" wheels, really does look pretty smart for what is essentially an old man Rover Not too keen on the interior though. It's the 190 model too so has the same power as my 156 - although I know which I'd rather have :thumbs:
Nah - tbh the only reason I think they fill a gap that isn't there is that the ZS, or well, the 45, is - to me - a bit of a halfway house between the 25 and 75...Have you ever driven a ZS?
Everyone loves a good Alfa V6 (even if they'd never buy one!). Something you deserve to own once in your life I think!I might actualy like it that much I move onto a v6 or even a gta