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Looking at a Berlingo/Partner for day-to-day family use with capacity to take 3 road-bikes or mountain bikes with wheels on.

Matt
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Hello Matt and welcome !

You'll find a Berlingo will do all that you require of it with ease and more, apart from that it is one of those vehicles you grow to like more and more and especially wonder how you managed without one before now.

Either way let us know how you get on.
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Welcome matt.As Geoff says,they grow on you.I bought mine as a dog transporter but it does far more than that.Not expensive either.
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