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Rover 75 2.0 CDT Club - 18,221 miles

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My dad likes the Rover 75. Not that he has driven it, but he has sat in the driving seat and been driven in the passenger seat.

Aged 60, he is a little over the average age of a new car buyer in this country (I believe that's somewhere between 50 and 55 years old), but he has been motoring for more years than I have had new pairs of shoes and in this instance, the parental maxim of 'listen to your father' rings true.

Bennett Snr said in fact that he would, if he had the money, buy this car, won over by the interior, the comfort of the seats and the ease of use of the dials, together with, in his mind, the impressive performance and refinement of the engine. Despite pundits warning that the focus on drawing room opulence would age it quickly, this car has stood the test of time.

CO2 emissions and fuel consumption data correct at time of writing. The latest figures are available in the Fleet News fuel cost calculator and the company car tax calculator.

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