Author Topic: Rivage Buying advice 18/01/2011  (Read 17975 times)

Offline gibby

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Re: Rivage Buying advice
« Reply #20 on: 28 September 2005, 10:35 »
No problem.  :smiley:
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Offline jonny5

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Re: Rivage Buying advice
« Reply #21 on: 28 September 2005, 18:22 »
I don't want to come across as being bitter and twisted that you beat me to this Rivage, but does anyone else think it's strange that the seat bolsters have worn through on a car that has only done 64K miles? I would have expected them to last well over 100k+ miles, especially as the seats are leather.

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Re: Rivage Buying advice
« Reply #22 on: 29 September 2005, 07:02 »
Nah you can be as bitter and twisted as you like :wink: i have all the old MOTs and the service history and am happy that the car is genuine - all the other seats are fine -the previous owner used to run paintball events and used to get in and out of the car all the time with metal belt loops and buckles on his trousers hence the wear.

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Re: Rivage Buying advice
« Reply #23 on: 03 June 2010, 21:45 »
If anyone has one they would consider selling I'm currently looking to buy one, thanks, PM me