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What are the basic features to look for in a used Rover Sport? This is a large SUV with an over-all sporty feel, so take a look at the interior for any signs of wear and the seats for any obvious damage. The roof rack and wheel base should also look good, but do not overlook the undercarriage, as this is where the Land Rover can suffer some serious damage.

The vehicle should also have no noticeable dents or scratches, and it should feel very solid. If the suspension system has had any work performed on it recently, then that should be noted and any leaks should be filled.

The engine bay and boot should also look good. The engine should run smoothly and if you find any scratches it is a good indication that they were done deliberately to damage the vehicle. Check the engine covers as well, for signs of wear.

Check the brakes and power steering for signs of wear. Do not be tempted to buy a Rover Sport without checking its brakes first. The best place to check your car is right here, with a brake test, the best indicator of whether the brakes are working properly or not.

The suspension should also be checked, particularly the power steering, as it can be a weak point. The power steering pump, and any other components, should be checked too.

The wheels should be checked, particularly the wheel base. Check for signs of wear and any discolouration. If you see any damage to the wheel base then you should avoid purchasing this vehicle.

The roof of the Rover Sport should be checked as well. Look for obvious signs of paintwork damage, such as chipping or holes in the roof panel. If possible try and look inside the trunk to see if any damage has occurred. Also look carefully at the back of the seats to look for rust or any discolouration.

Another sign of damage to the power steering is if the engine appears to be making loud noises. Any signs of rust in the suspension system should be noted and any signs of wear and tear on the tyres should be inspected as well. These are the most important parts of the vehicle, and if these parts are damaged then it is unlikely you will be able to drive your Rover Sport.

The power steering should be tested by running the car in gear and looking at the distance the car moves forward and backwards. The steering wheel should feel firm and smooth when turning the wheel in an open area, as this is a sign that the steering is working correctly.

The power steering pump should be checked as well. You should note any signs of damage and check the fluid levels. If you see any leakages then replace them immediately.

The boot should be opened thoroughly to check the boot. Look for any loose items in the boot and any signs of damage, such as any damaged hinges, or damaged seams.

The brake discs should be checked, and any signs of fluid leakage should be noted. A check under the bonnet is advisable to check for leaks in the brake fluid.

The boot lid should be checked to make sure the boot lid opens smoothly. It should close smoothly and tightly, and there should not be any gaps between the boot lid and boot frame. Any cracks should be noted and replaced as soon as possible.

The wheel wells should be checked as well, particularly around the wheel arch. Wheel wells can become distorted and loose over time and will cause problems with the steering. They should always be checked and any signs of damage repaired or deterioration noted.

The brakes should be inspected carefully. A check of the brake discs should reveal any disc damage, and any signs of wear and tear, such as scratches, dents or bulges.

Make sure the wheels are properly balanced, and that the car isn't going to slip while you're driving. If the wheels are not aligned the vehicle can be much more dangerous.

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