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sure that the car is really worth the asking price.
In each case below
you'll notice a condition code and a price. Roll your mouse over a condition
code below to find out more about the condition the vehicle should be in.
vehicle which doesn't fit into any condition category should be treated on its
own individual merits. For example for a spares car expect to pay around £50 -
£90, and a concours example would be expected to fetch more than Condition A.
Produced from 1966 until 1968, the 1100 featured the 1098cc engine
and had a top speed of around 85mph. You could expect to get
around 33mpg, providing you drove with care. Mk1 vehicles tend to
be more desirable than later versions. After the introduction of
the Mk2 models in 1967 it was possible to get a Riley Kestrel 1100
until 1968 when the model was discontinued.
Produced from 1967 until 1969, the 1300 featured the 1275cc engine
and had a top speed of around 95mph. You could expect to get
around 30mpg, providing you drove with care. In 1969 the Riley
1300 was discontinued, and so too was the Riley Marque.