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The New Berlingo is ready from Vigo for the world.
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https://www.lavozdegalicia.es/noticia/vi...516725.htm
Vigo, The cradle of all Berlingos / Partners.  Big Grin Heart
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#2
I think that looks quite neat
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2012 Iron Grey XTR 110 with lots of bits and bobs.
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#3
I like the look of that !

Mark[Image: 400ead58ed9055c822f65e08b85edd48.jpg]

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#4
Very busy styling with shades of Cactus and the C3 low roof appearance.
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#5
Oh dear, I'm not sure I'm that keen on the overall styling. The sculpted bits and those orange highlights; what were they thinking? The interior looks quite good except for the squared-off steering wheel. The technical specs look good, as long as all the extra features don't hit the fuel consumption.

I wonder what the Peugeot version will look like.
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#6
We will need add another forum soon... Big Grin
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#7
It looks like a boxy C4 Picasso, lost a bit of its quirkiness, but it might be fantastic!
Having looked at the dashboard photo I can see an ominous switch next to the gear lever...I hope it's not the dreaded electronic handbrake!
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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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(15-02-2018, 06:01 PM)doofer Wrote:  It's definitely a handbrake, so no more handbrake turns for us.

Unless you really want to activate the air conditioning and press the handbrake button instead Smile
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To be honest, I didn't know anything about electronic parking brakes and did some Internet searches to understand better. This seems a good summary:
https://www.parkers.co.uk/what-is/an-ele...ing-brake/

My concern is they will add additional complexity to vehicles which are already becoming a challenge for the home mechanic. I suspect you will need a car analyser (and/or computer & software) to know what is going on.

Oh well, judging by my recent car buying trends, I won't need to worry about it until at least 2028.
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