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Hey guys, newbie here, I currently own a Peugeot 206 sw but thinking of changing my car in the near future to an X Type. As it lends a bit of class which the 206 just simply doesn't have. So I was looking for some advice on what to look out for and whether to choose a 2.0D or the 2.2D?

Thanks in advance for any help.

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Paul

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Hi Paul and welcome to the club.

One of my sons has an X Type 2.0 Litre X Type estate and he finds that it is a reliable workhouse. I find that it is a bit noisy. [I have a very quiet s type 2.7D]

I had an X Type 2.5 Litre AWD [All Wheel Drive] which was a great car, plenty of class,  and very comfortable.

The 2.0 litre Diesel is the old reliable Ford engine, and the 2.2 Diesel is a more modern engine and well thought of.

Current owners will assist.

Regards,

Peter.

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Hi Peter thanks for the welcome, the cars main use is a work horse for work purposes, few hours a day for most of the week stop and start hence why I'm choosing the diesel variant over a petrol variant. I used to own a 2.2 tdci st mondeo and was very pleased overall with the performance from the engine. 

Regards

Paul

P.s. can someone give me a heads up as to which trim level would be best suited as I would like leather interior. 

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