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I have just reconfirmed my car service for this sat with Springfield Gateshead who have just been taken over by Sherwoods, only to be told if anything needs to be done under warranty they are no longer able to do it as it isn't cost effective, whats going on, looks like I will have to go to Richard Hardie Sunderland this will be the 3rd change, seriously thinking of changing to another make Ho Hum!! anyone else having bother
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Having same problem. Since GMD at Durham closed I started to use Springfield Fiat in Gateshead to do servicing. However when I went to get a new Tipo last year I was informed they had lost francise. I had go to Richard Hardie Sunderland to get car and they are the only dealership in the area.
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What sort of mpg are people getting from the normal 1.4 95hp
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Getting 48-50 around town in 1.4 95hp estate, have seen around 60 on motorway journeys but mid/upper 50's solid. The trick is to change up early, not gassing it, and on motorways the threshold is definitely 65mph. Up to that (if you can stand it) very good mpg is available. Over that, inevitably, it gets heavier as the resistance increases. Since it's not an overtly sporty motor, not hooning it about is no great loss - I'll get another Trans Am if I feel like doing that. Frankly, on Britain's motorways these days I find you're largely stuck with staring at the back of a Transit van anyway, so might as well back off and save money.
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[QUOTE=Ian Stobbs;4488729]Having same problem. Since GMD at Durham closed I started to use Springfield Fiat in Gateshead to do servicing. However when I went to get a new Tipo last year I was informed they had lost francise. I had go to Richard Hardie Sunderland to get car and they are the only dealership in the area.Any servicing warranty work now involves a trek to Sunderland and a long wait. Lack of competion between dealers cannot be good for customers.
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Getting 48-50 around town in 1.4 95hp estate, have seen around 60 on motorway journeys but mid/upper 50's solid. The trick is to change up early, not gassing it, and on motorways the threshold is definitely 65mph. Up to that (if you can stand it) very good mpg is available. Over that, inevitably, it gets heavier as the resistance increases. Since it's not an overtly sporty motor, not hooning it about is no great loss - I'll get another Trans Am if I feel like doing that. Frankly, on Britain's motorways these days I find you're largely stuck with staring at the back of a Transit van anyway, so might as well back off and save money.
48 around town?
I only get 42 ish around town with a few short motorway journeys mixed in
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GMD at Durham closed
My wife bought her 500S 105TA from there, good blokes
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