Do you love cars but can’t necessarily relate to shows and websites which start throwing Lamborghinis off cliffs, firing B-list celebrities at Bentleys, or drowning a classic Maserati to see what happens? It’s what some high-budget motoring shows might take on, but Not2Grand showcases the trials, tribulations and triumphs of working with (and owning) cars costing less than £2,000. Now that’s much more like it!
If you’ve not had a chance to read any Not Two Grand articles as of yet, here’s our pick of five to get you started!
Drifted Clearways – My 1976 Mk2 Capri 3.0S
Not a JPS. Not particularly solid. Didn’t actually drift Clearways (a corner at Brands Hatch, for the uninitiated). Should you even risk buying a Capri for under £2k now?
The gearbox of doom – My W202 C230
Another Mercedes-Benz. Another truckload of absolute fail. You’d think lessons would be learned after an S-Class had chewed through its own gearbox, but no. Here’s what happened…
Five budget high-mileage heroes …
Want a car that will go on, and on, and on? Here you go, we’ve rounded up five which sneak below £2000 just because of high mileage. Which would you pick?
The XR2i is an iconic hot hatch, get one bought while you still can. Find a good one and they’re dripping with desirability. Although, with Ford prices going in one direction only, it may already be too late.
No, it’s not really far away. It’s that small, bless it. As other cars like the no-longer ‘mini’ MINI get fatter, this Suzuki reminds us small is beautiful. Why’s it so small? Let Not 2 Grand explain…
At Adrian Flux we’re fans of cars, bikes, people and culture, our in house magazine Influx is testament to that, and seeing the great articles and videos produced for Not Two Grand meant we felt compelled to help them to create even more! For that reason, we’re now sponsoring this great website and helping them make the very best of what they produce.
We’re also proud to have the team at Not Two Grand producing a monthly video for us, so we can help share these great sub-£2k motoring stories with our like-minded audience.