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Snowed Berlingo
I know it's been snowing for a little while now (Not in the South now though) but have only been on BF on my iPhone not my laptop

I saw Chris's post with his Berlingo in the snow so thought maybe others could upload a pic or two of their Berlingo's in the snow... as a bit of fun


Outside my home, not long after driving
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Couple of hours later from above
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Outside my work the next day
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53 plate Berlingo Multispace Forte 1.9D Polar White
Must say am quite impressed with my berlingo in the snow I think it could go any where a 4x4 can !Have impressed a few 4x4 drivers after them telling me that I would need a 4x4 to get up that road ! (Just got to prove them wrong Big Grin)
Drove out of this space with out digging and the snow plough didn't come down this street for 4 days.[Image: 246pgqv.jpg]
I'm impressed too. I would like to get some snow tyres at some point

53 plate Berlingo Multispace Forte 1.9D Polar White
And i'm not impressed. Every winter we have more snow than in a vikingali's photo. It's normal for us.
But it's a pity,now we have very very few snow.... I don't know why....
Hi Pk7478 do you see news reports from the uk?I have always wondered if other countries that get lots of snow pee their pants with laughter when they see that the uk stops when we get a wee bit of snow!Big Grin
Yes, of course we see news.
Sorry, i didn't want to hurt you. And I didn't wanted to laugh.
In fact, snow it's not a big problem. Sooner or later snow will melt.
How true, a little bit and this country [uk] comes to a halt. I often think this is one of the reasons other countries no longer take us seriously.
The snow has already gone here. It doesn't bother me anyway and it didn't stop me driving but would just be nice to have some snow tyres. Aparently the snow will be back again


53 plate Berlingo Multispace Forte 1.9D Polar White
This year is the first time that I have used winter tyres (Mud & Snow rated) on any car, and I would definitely recommend them. It is not just in the snow that they are valuable but perform better on normal road surfaces once the temperature drops below 7 degrees and in any low grip situation. Have a look on the Kwikfit website (if you are in the UK) as they have an 25% discount offer on at the moment and are one of the few companies with any stock in the UK.

Doesn't fix the problem of having got to the shops/railway/work that nothing else will be functioning!

2005 Berlingo Multispace 1.6i Desire (Iron Grey)

If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.

yes having been on them now for a few days in berlingo, absalutely great, ice , snow, whatever , just a nice steady grip.
They performed well on my T4 campervan but having transfered to berlingo ...Just as pleased.

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