Rover 114 SLi, 5 door, 5 speed manual
1396cc 75 bhp 8v engine that feels lively and cruises well on a motorway.
MOT 17th May 2018
Serviced in April 2016 just 600 miles ago
It has a know history:
Date Mileage Source
07/10/98 2136 Service record
21/01/99 3803 Service record
03/04/00 7262 Service record
11/04/01 10099 Service record
04/06/06 19319 MOT
11/04/07 20608 MOT
18/03/08 21764 MOT
13/03/09 24054 MOT
15/03/10 26293 MOT
12/03/11 28160 MOT
16/03/12 29796 MOT
18/03/13 31128 MOT
14/03/14 31562 MOT
20/11/14 32460 Exhaust fitted
16/04/15 34232 Rear wheel cylinders
16/04/15 34232 MOT
04/02/16 36052 Change of Ownership
01/04/16 36582 MOT and Service
The car drives very well and has no overheating issues. No warning lights showing.
Remote central locking
Original radio/cass in good working order
- Odd marks around the car. Scratch on bumper.
- The rear wheel archs have been filled and spayed when I first got it so will need a longer term repair one day.
- One of the rear doors does not work on the central locking
- Alloy wheels???
This is a fully running car I took to BMC day Perterborough last year. I have the V5C in my name. I have owned it nearly 2 years.
A lovely car that looks and feels like a 37,000 mile car, in my favourite colour Nightfire Met.
Shiters price £500
Collect from Buckingham. I can meet you from train or bus at Milton Keynes, Banbury, Aylesbury etc
Getting that Metro Urge
3 years or more ago I have wanted a Metro and started looking to buy one, aiming for a 1275cc A series. I was really looking for an up and running car with MOT that I could improve. One of my favorite was a project 1.3S in Lime green but I was outbid. As time went on I realized that they had gone beyond my budget and I wanted a bit more performance than a 998cc so widened my search to include Metro 1.4 K series cars. My desire had cooled a little as I had been searching for so long.
Then a member of this parish offered a K series with HGF. That took longer to fix than expected so I parked that up. (full story on request)
I still had the Metro desire and wanted a MG/Turbo/S 1275cc but the prices had risen too much and I did not fancy telling Mrs 6C how I had spent a fortune on a Metro! So I settled for a 36k 114 SLi 5 door and a great car. Next I was offered some Metro brochures for the price of the postage and gladly accepted them, they included a MK1 MG Metro brochure which I had left lying around. Mrs 6C found it and proclaimed she loved MK1 MG models and could we not get one! She asked what was for sale now and I found two project cars and she instructed me to buy one!
The MG Metro is now on the road so I have to part with my 114 SLi.