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Hello.  Not yet a Multispace owner, but hoping to be one soon.  You see, my second car is currently a very smart 2005 Kia Sportage.  It's got all the toys, leather, climate etc, but the boot is too small.  I'm a Search and Rescue volunteer and lug a lot of kit about, and a colleague has just picked up a Multispace and it looks ideal.

That being the case i'll be looking to swap the Kia for a Multispace, or sell it and buy one.  Meanwhile, I'll be lurking about here and swotting up on the subject,

Cheers,

Gerald.
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#2
Hello Gerald welcome to the forum good to have you with us don't rush to get one there are plenty out there with some good spec auto wiper's light's folding mirrors and so on have a good test drive to make sure you like it if your thinking of automatic you must have along drive has there not to every ones taste they are a very good work horse one other thing it must have a full service history if and when you get one change the oil and oil filter every year with the right spec oil it will serve you well. Smile
                                     Smile  It's too orangey for crow's It's just for me and my dog  Smile

                                                        Heart Heart Love a lot trust a few  Dodgy
 
                                                        

                                        
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Thanks Jed. I'd like an auto to be honest, but will probably go for a manual for the sake of price, availability and simplicity.

A high trim spec would be nice, but condition will he more important to me. I'm not fussed which engine either - it's my second car, would only do about 3000 miles a year.

I'm keeping my eyes peeled, but need to get shot of the Sportage first.
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(27-11-2016, 06:57 PM)Gerald Bostock Wrote:  Thanks Jed. I'd like an auto to be honest, but will probably go for a manual for the sake of price, availability and simplicity.

A high trim spec would be nice, but condition will he more important to me.  I'm not fussed which engine either - it's my second car, would only do about 3000 miles a year.

I'm keeping my eyes peeled, but need to get shot of the Sportage first.

In that case 3'000 mile's go for a petrol first or Diesel  90 PSI  before 2012 one with out a DPF / FAP as Citroen call it .
                                     Smile  It's too orangey for crow's It's just for me and my dog  Smile

                                                        Heart Heart Love a lot trust a few  Dodgy
 
                                                        

                                        
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Of for sure. Will steer well clear of anything with a DMF or DPF.
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