Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2001 13:07:21 +0100
From: Goran Begicevic <goran.begicevicnopsamech.se>
Subject: Re: 2.2 TID v 2.0 LPT in the UK


You cannot hear the engine at highway speed so you don't need to wory about noise, you can hear diesel-chatter at stops tough. Performance is OK, Abbott is making some very nice upgrades for TiD that bring additional 20-30 HP... Cheers. Scott Fraser wrote: > > Hi, > > I currently have a '99 93 2.0 LPT which has done 10,500 miles and would like > an opinion of anyone who has a 2.2 TID in the UK. > > The problem I have is, I am about to change job location which will involve > a 102 mile round trip each day Mon-Fri. With the LPT I tend to get around > 30-35 MPG on trunk roads (which I will be using) which to my estimations > will cost around 40-50 a week. > > I am interested to learn what any owner of a TID thinks about 1. Performance > and 2. Fuel economy. I know that the official figures say you can get > around 46MPG, is this right??? Also if anyone replies, have you driven a > 2.0 LPT and if you have what is the difference?? Also is the cabin nosier > or not?? > > An answer to these questions would really help as I have the chance of > importing a brand new 2.2 TID SE for around 15k if I decide to sell mine. > > Many Thanks.

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