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The New Berlingo is ready from Vigo for the world.
#11
(15-02-2018, 06:59 PM)Satellitemark Wrote:  I can't think of a reason why we would need a electronic handbrake, more to go wrong with stupid costs involved !
I hope it's only a option.

Mark

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I think it's because it is no longer van based and will use the platform from other cars/SUV' that use the electronic handbrake.
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#12
New video.

 Berlingo, Partner and the new Opel Combo.  K9 is the new name.

Same chasis of the Peugeot 3008 and Opel Grandland X.

https://www.lavozdegalicia.es/noticia/vi...6C2991.htm
Vigo, The cradle of all Berlingos / Partners.  Big Grin Heart
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#13
Just seen the video and I have to say as nice as the new wagon is seeing the older models on video made me think just how good they look even after all these years ................... new model - should be a hit too unless those small petrol engines are a let down.
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more info here     http://www.citroenet.org.uk/passenger-ca...ngo-1.html
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#15
I think it looks quite smart but don’t like the orange bits. Will be looking forward to release date and if not priced too high would be interested in one. Will defiantly book a test drive even just to see what it’s like in the flesh
2012 XTR Berlingo 1.6 hdi e semi auto wicked red
2012 C3 1.6 semi auto petrol
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#16
At new model launch it is always top of range with all the toys that are on display. It’s not what all Berlingo customers want. Many myself included want a more basic car with plenty of luggage & passenger space but without touch screens, alloy wheels & 2tone paint jobs etc.

So it will be interesting to see the more basic models when they appear & I would hope there will still be steel wheels & full sized spares.
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(18-02-2018, 08:55 AM)Opensauce Wrote:  At new model launch it is always top of range with all the toys that are on display. It’s not what all Berlingo customers want. Many myself included want a more basic car with plenty of luggage & passenger space but without touch screens, alloy wheels & 2tone paint jobs etc.

So it will be interesting to see the more basic models when they appear & I would hope there will still be steel wheels & full sized spares.

If they make the new Multispace too upmarket there will then be a gap for something more basic and lower priced, but what will that be?
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#18
Could have done something with the back end too- look like they didnt bother!
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