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Berlingo, Doblo or Kangoo?
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Which is best? I`ve had a 1.4 Doblo which was agricultural and pedestrian. Caravans overtook me. So light on it`s front wheels, it was embarressing. But I LOVED it for some strange reason . . . !
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BERLINGO
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#3
Odd how the brits go for the underdog
My C15 was a slow,noisy,brakeless 80's throwback and eventually fell to bits (a brand new 2005 model btw) but I loved the thing.
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My boss used to have a NAD Doblo, bloody thing was awful lol. Always fancied a C15 as a sleeper/track toy as I'm sure Saxo VTS running gear would fit in quite nicely.
'04 Peugeot Partner HDi LX. Lows, Leaks and Wellers. Now matt grey and dent free Smile

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(09-04-2012, 03:19 PM)PeteA Wrote:  My boss used to have a NAD Doblo, bloody thing was awful lol. Always fancied a C15 as a sleeper/track toy as I'm sure Saxo VTS running gear would fit in quite nicely.
Pretty sure there would be something on youtube about breeding C15's and saxo's!
You can see the family line back to the 2cv vans of the late '40s and they still had character.I love old citroens even if they are a bit crap and odd looking.
Im on my second MK3 -they have no soul....
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Not there but I'd spend the little bit more and get a caddy
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(09-04-2012, 01:50 PM)evdama Wrote:  Odd how the brits go for the underdog
My C15 was a slow,noisy,brakeless 80's throwback and eventually fell to bits (a brand new 2005 model btw) but I loved the thing.

I had a '98 C15,sold it in 07 at 185,000 miles,still owned by the buyer & he is full of praise for it.yours must have been a friday one.
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(09-04-2012, 01:32 PM)peterws Wrote:  Which is best? I`ve had a 1.4 Doblo which was agricultural and pedestrian. Caravans overtook me. So light on it`s front wheels, it was embarressing. But I LOVED it for some strange reason . . . !

I drove a 1.9 or 1.7 fiat before I chose the hearse and it was rapid :drool: but too many bits missing to the interior trims and such like . Like Mr Potato head after impact :eek:
Now then SWMBO has bought a W plate Kangoo recently for deliveries etc and snow back up :whistle: It felt tidy when I drove it and have owned a diesel extra previously which I couldn't fault .
So thats :censored: for fiat
:thumbsup: for kangoo
Confusedanta: for lingo :woop:
(09-04-2012, 07:44 PM)corkgsxr Wrote:  Not there but I'd spend the little bit more and get a caddy

Only just noticed the CADDY my son drove one recently , and reckoned it was Usain Bolt . He even felt it could have been a volkswagen :thumbsup:
One gets what one pays for Wink
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(09-04-2012, 09:24 PM)ron Wrote:  
(09-04-2012, 01:50 PM)evdama Wrote:  Odd how the brits go for the underdog
My C15 was a slow,noisy,brakeless 80's throwback and eventually fell to bits (a brand new 2005 model btw) but I loved the thing.

I had a '98 C15,sold it in 07 at 185,000 miles,still owned by the buyer & he is full of praise for it.yours must have been a friday one.
There was outcry when they ceased production at the turn of the century,so the model was given a repreive and built in some developing country (wolverhampton?Wink) until around '06 I beleive.
The cab roof made an awful cracking sound going over big potholes and a crack appeared in the diesel tank.Just outside warranty too....
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#10
Doblos are over sprung and under damped leading to them handling like a pig on rollerskates. Heavy on tyres and uncomfortable seating, too. Berlingo all the way!
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