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My xtr.
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A few pics of my xtr i picked up yesterday,drove back from up north really well and returned 53 mpg,got to be happy with that.only 6000 on the clock and has all the goodies i wanted.Big Grin
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#2
Very nice,
I hit the CTRL key but I'm still not in control!:thumbsup:
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#3
Very nice ride indeed.
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP.  Persamos green.

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#4
Tidy.
Former 2011 Mk3 XTR owner Confusedalut:
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#5
Hi,

I'm interested in the XTR. I believe it has a limited slip diff. I managed to get my MkII Bingo stuck slightly off road. I visit a relatives forest hut. It involves a leaf strewn, usually muddy track.

Anyway, have been looking at replacing bingo with 4x4, but don't like their size, weight, low mpg etc. XTR sounds just the ticket. have you used it in the snow yet?

Only prob is missus doesn't like the look of the mk3!!
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(29-03-2013, 10:17 PM)Modmytop Wrote:  Hi,

I'm interested in the XTR. I believe it has a limited slip diff. I managed to get my MkII Bingo stuck slightly off road. I visit a relatives forest hut. It involves a leaf strewn, usually muddy track.

Anyway, have been looking at replacing bingo with 4x4, but don't like their size, weight, low mpg etc. XTR sounds just the ticket. have you used it in the snow yet?

Only prob is missus doesn't like the look of the mk3!!

No haven't used in snow yet as only had it a week,but my 2006 desire I had was great in the snow so I imagine this should be fine.We are lucky to have Freelander 2 which is a great 4x4 so can always use that when needed.
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(29-03-2013, 10:17 PM)Modmytop Wrote:  Hi,

I'm interested in the XTR. I believe it has a limited slip diff. I managed to get my MkII Bingo stuck slightly off road. I visit a relatives forest hut. It involves a leaf strewn, usually muddy track.

Anyway, have been looking at replacing bingo with 4x4, but don't like their size, weight, low mpg etc. XTR sounds just the ticket. have you used it in the snow yet?

Only prob is missus doesn't like the look of the mk3!!

I am not sure if they all have a LSD but an option is Grip Control. This gives options for snow, sand, mud, off or normal. I have only used the mud setting and the grip was good.
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2012 Iron Grey XTR 110 with lots of bits and bobs.
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#8
Looks a very smart motor. The Mk3 is kind of back on the list as a possible successor to our MK2 since Citroen have (hopefully?) sorted the Mk3 suspension issues.
Looking at the pics, Citroen have moved the fuel filler to the nearside - that right???
'56 Multispace 1.6HDi - Iron Grey
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(07-04-2013, 08:01 AM)pidgeonpost Wrote:  Looks a very smart motor. The Mk3 is kind of back on the list as a possible successor to our MK2 since Citroen have (hopefully?) sorted the Mk3 suspension issues.
Looking at the pics, Citroen have moved the fuel filler to the nearside - that right???

Yes fuel filler on nearside,sliding door can't open while fuel flap open.
Very pleased so far, had a couple of bikes in it this morning so getting used as i intended.
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