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    • The SamsungExperiance
      The SamsungExperiance

      I had my 150bhp 1.9 cdti remapped to 210bhp EGR deleted and swirl flaps glued open dont worry about the bar popping off ow and she fliessss

      about 2 months ago
    • Stunt Pro 999
      Stunt Pro 999

      They are really quick if you get it chipped. My dad used to have one and it had about 185bhp. It was mad.

      about 3 months ago
    • Logan Christie
      Logan Christie In reply to Stunt Pro 999

      Me too

      about 1 month ago
    • Mr330d
      Mr330d In reply to Stunt Pro 999

      scoobydoer People usually opt for the harshest remap possible but that means you can’t put the power down my friend has a mk5 golf 1.9 originally 105bhp 250nm now it’s mapped hard at 158bhp 350nm Torque and in the wet it’s useless untill you reach 4th gear I agree about the millers diesel eco max compared to redex it’s amazing 👌🏻

      about 1 month ago
    • scoobydoer
      scoobydoer In reply to Stunt Pro 999

      My CDTI SRI 150, 2007 is remapped to 181 bhp with 285 torque. It's an economy/performance remap. It pulls very well. Its muscle really shows with a full load of passengers. They can be boosted to 200 bhp plus but transmission would probably suffer. Btw, she is noticeably quicker when using Miller's Ecomax fuel additive. One new DMF and clutch at 130,000 miles. 190, 000 miles now and going very well. Great car.

      about 3 months ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to Stunt Pro 999

      the standard one is too fast for me :-)

      about 3 months ago
    • Soar Alba!
      Soar Alba!

      Just been offered one of these with year MOT, but heard have plenty of issues with EGR valves , Manifold Flaps, M32 gearbox nightmares ?

      about 5 months ago
    • The SamsungExperiance
      The SamsungExperiance In reply to Soar Alba!

      I had my 150bhp 1.0 cdti remapped to 210bhp EGR deleted and swirl flaps glued open dont worry about the bar popping off ow and she fliessss

      about 2 months ago
    • Bennie Bounce
      Bennie Bounce In reply to Soar Alba!

      Barrie Crampton they're down where the glow plugs go. Not sure if the 8v 120 engine has them but the 16v does, the little bar pops off after a while and it's a pain to get to with fingers so need some long nose pliers. But I love the car, my first was a 1.8 petrol and then moved to the 1.9 diesel. Looking at a 530 d next though

      about 5 months ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to Soar Alba!

      egr Valve from memory is easy to get at and also easy to clean out if its just carboned up, didnt think they had swirl flaps on them, thought that was the insignia, and to be honest i have sold lots of these and have never had any significant problems with any, certainly no more than any other makes of car

      about 5 months ago
    • Bobby Jay
      Bobby Jay

      Fantastic car. It's cheap, great fuel economy and fast

      about 10 months ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to Bobby Jay

      yes i agree, great value for money now too

      about 10 months ago
    • Luke Harley
      Luke Harley

      Great video mate, Im looking at the Vectra estate at the moment, alongside an Audi A6, Saab 9-5 Wagon - all Autos. So this was a great help, the Vectra looks like a decent solid car. thanks!

      about 1 year ago
    • Soar Alba!
      Soar Alba! In reply to Luke Harley

      Saab running gear is GM

      about 5 months ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to Luke Harley

      Oh i forgot, thank you for the compliment i am glad you liked my video

      about 1 year ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to Luke Harley

      Good car, Saab may be difficult for parts etc, Audi A6 really good, but more expensive

      about 1 year ago
    • rscosworthfan
      rscosworthfan

      my vent has a louvre missing like yours on the left vent ive just found out how to use cruise control too didnt know i had it didnt think many manuals had it lol

      about 1 year ago
    • rscosworthfan
      rscosworthfan In reply to rscosworthfan

      thats a good idea acutally or even an air freshner lol

      about 1 year ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to rscosworthfan

      i think a lot of people get those phone holders these days that clip to the vanes in the air vent, we are getting a lot of cars with broken air vents!

      about 1 year ago
    • rscosworthfan
      rscosworthfan

      Had my towbar fitted last week tested it with my mates large caravan pulled it no problem

      about 1 year ago
    • rscosworthfan
      rscosworthfan In reply to rscosworthfan

      yup even though mines only the 8v version pulled it no prob

      about 1 year ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to rscosworthfan

      great car, plenty of low end torque from the diesel engine, ideal for towing

      about 1 year ago
    • Dave Schofield
      Dave Schofield

      you now shit about cars mate .do your homework first .

      about 1 year ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to Dave Schofield

      Dave Schofield the test drive is in the particular car that we have for sale, so a general review of all vectras would not be relevant and i know as much as i need to know about Vectras in order to sell them, i also know enough about the type of customer who is going to buy this car and what they are interested in so that i can make a video which will in effect sell the car for me, and it did, oh and as well as the profit from the sale it is still generating an income from You Tube for me over 12 months after i sold it so i guess you could say that its me whose LOL-ing all the way to the bank, thank you for watching, and taking the time and trouble to comment

      about 1 year ago
    • Dave Schofield
      Dave Schofield In reply to Dave Schofield

      It was a typing error, but you still know fuck all about vectras. Is that the first time you've ever driven one lol.

      about 1 year ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to Dave Schofield

      I "KNOW" as much as I want to know about cars thank you, however it appears you don't know how to spell, so perhaps it's you who should do your homework instead of watching You Tube videos, but thanks for taking the time to comment, as even the negative ones help with promoting my channel, have a nice day!

      about 1 year ago
    • Umais Umar
      Umais Umar

      Nice car although

      about 1 year ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to Umais Umar

      thanks

      about 1 year ago
    • rscosworthfan
      rscosworthfan

      My gearknob keeps falling off every so often have to bang it back on still love the car though

      about 1 year ago
    • rscosworthfan
      rscosworthfan In reply to rscosworthfan

      put a blob on top of the metal stick and a little round the white plastic ringinside the gearknob dont let it run down the gearstick though or you wont be able to engage reverse lol

      about 1 year ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to rscosworthfan

      I must get some i sold my mate a cheap Vectra for a run about and the gear knob keeps coming off that,

      about 1 year ago
    • rscosworthfan
      rscosworthfan In reply to rscosworthfan

      update no more nails still holding well

      about 1 year ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to rscosworthfan

      That’ll work too 😎

      about 1 year ago
    • rscosworthfan
      rscosworthfan In reply to rscosworthfan

      ive put some no more nails on it so far so good still tight

      about 1 year ago
    • Martin Fraser
      Martin Fraser

      Drive it like a priest on spice

      about 1 year ago
    • Martin Fraser
      Martin Fraser In reply to Martin Fraser

      Put your foot Down

      about 1 year ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to Martin Fraser

      I'm not sure what that means

      about 1 year ago
    • rscosworthfan
      rscosworthfan

      only prob i had which i knew about before i bought it was a clogged dpf i took it out cleaned it put it back now its fine mines an 09 plate only paid £1300 80,000 miles bargain

      about 1 year ago
    • rscosworthfan
      rscosworthfan

      ive just bought one of these 2009 model love it

      about 1 year ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to rscosworthfan

      +rscosworthfan great car to drive and very economical

      about 1 year ago
    • Tech OS
      Tech OS

      I had a 56-Reg Vectra Exclusiv 1.8L Petrol and it was the best car ever. This video brings me back so many memories of being in it. I want to trace mine and buy it back. Great video!

      about 2 years ago
    • Barrie Crampton
      Barrie Crampton In reply to Tech OS

      +Tech OS thanks, i hope you find it and get it back 😎

      about 2 years ago