2004 Volkswagen Volkswagen Bora
2004 Volkswagen Bora 1.9Tdi
Have you got insomnia, Well here's the perfect cure.
My Volkswagen Bor(ing)a is for sale.
It's not the most interesting car but I swear on my life it'll outlast the sun itself. It's a Highline so got creature comforts such as cruise control, Heated seats and everything else to make your journey dull but comfortable. It got me 54MPG on a run from London to Bristol sat at 80.
It's done 138000 miles, Being a PD engine it'll probably do 138000 more with ease. It's had a recent oil service and has a decent amount of history to it. It's got good tyres and brakes and runs nicely. It's got a Android 7 Headunit that I bought drunk a couple months ago that cost me £140. It's not brilliant but does the job fine. I've also got the double din standard stereo to go with it.
THE NOT SO GREAT STUFF
There's a knocking from the rear that sometimes happens, Not really sure what it is. It's not gotten any worse in my ownership so it's up to you to fix it or not
The passenger rear door lock won't work on central locking. It'll still lock/open by pushing down the button and using the handle.
Continuing with the MK4 Golf central locking woes (they have a reputation for problems with central locking) The boot lock is tempramental unlocking on the key. It'll unlock fine pressing the button in the car but you got to press the button on the key a couple times to unlock it that way. Not really sure why.
Its got a few battle scars, Someone did a awful attempt at speaking the end of the sill once. Somehow a chunk of the passenger mirror is missing (heated element still works!) and then your normal 15 year old car marks.
Overall it's a honest car. It's not stylish or exciting. But it's a comfy way to get 50mpg on the cheap. I've put 8000 miles on it in 7 months without any hassle
Selling as for some reason I've bought a E36 as a daily
£1000 buys all this German engineering