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Highest mileage Berlingos
#21
Hi !

Citroen Berlingo 2006
2.0 HDi


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#22
My 2.0 HDI 2004 has 112000 mikes on and I was beginning to get worried I might have to get rid in a couple of years. I think this post just made me decide to keep it forever...! Heart I have a full service and oil change every year without fail and my only problems are endless suspension issues from filling it with crap and the pot holes round here!
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#23
(07-10-2017, 08:22 PM)dabber5411 Wrote:  MOT on my van today 481000 nothing wrong with it. Smile  Smile  Smile

Ours has only done 97,000, it's nearly run in I think Big Grin
So where does this bit go then ?
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#24
2006 1.9D[Image: 4491871c3d00878b5678481fbc542f9b.jpg]

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2006 Citroen Berlingo Enterprise 600D
420k+ on the clocks and still chugging away   Big Grin
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#25
410,000Kms, I think the cam belt got changed once, and the battery twice. I changed the oil and filter about every 50,000Kms with Total 7000 Synthetic Oil. Sold it on at that point, as far as I know, its still running.
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#26
161000 on my 1.6hdi Multispace. Great car. Anyone done big miles using an automatic gearbox?
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#27
156,000 miles on 2.0l diesel. Service time soon.
2005 Berlingo Multispace Desire 2.0hdi
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#28
200000km now on my 2008-9 B9 Berlingo had the timing belt replaced at 180000km and renewed the front suspension rubbers all around, not that they are broke but I am not running this one another 200k km so replaced it. All parts and some labor was around 2000 euros.
And I change the oil every 15k km together with this oil filter and cabin filter. ( loads of traffic jams its a bit gray allready after 15k so.)
I also did 140k km with my front brake pads and discs.
Rear pads got changed at 15k km bc 1 pad got stuck.


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#29
143,000 on my 04 2ltr desire. it gone straight through 5 mots and advised drop links on my last one. mine i do keep it up together doing anything as needed. shes been a cracking little motor still burns no oil.and pulls well.
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