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Again I have to agree. Although the Laguna II is a beautiful car to look at and drive the early models were built out of balsa wood, spiders webs and chocolate. Out of the 7 months I owned mine (now own a fantastic mondeo 2.0 tdci) it was only on the road for 3 of those. Even before i picked it up it had a new
and intercooler. I replaced bushes, track rod ends, suspension arms, tyre pressure sensors, clutch master AND slave cylinders all in all totalling £1500 and that was for a Y reg with full dealer service history only 70,000 miles. The garage also said the duel mass flywheel was on its way too. I hope you have good luck with yours.
Currently in g-lo's garage:
2001 Renault Lagunna II 1.9dci Dynamique