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Hi,

New member here from Liverpool but living in Stockport. Hope to be buying my first Berlingo soon.
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Welcome!
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Well got myself a Peugeot Partner Tepee parked next to a Berlingo the other day almost identical.
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Same car, just different badges and front grille / headlights pretty much. Citroen / Peugeot are one company, known officially as PSA.

Nice to hear you got your car. Happy motoring!
My Van: 2012 B9 1.6 HDi Enterprise
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Had both Berlingo's and a Partner Teepee, as Zion says same car, only difference to me seemed to be that the Citroen models have higher spec
2020  1.5 Blue HDi 130 Berlingo XTR
2009  1.5 Diesel Peugeot Partner
2007  1.5 Diesel Berlingo Desire
2003  Petrol Berlingo
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My take on the differences between Berlingo and Partner - Peugeot got first choice from the colour chart. Big Grin

Had my M59 MS for a while and bought it for it's spec and availability, definitely not the metallic baby poo colour. Sort of got used to it over the years.

Oh and Greyhead. I went grey in my 30's and the nickname "Greyhaired old Bstd" aka GHOB followed me around the rest of my working life. So on retirement.......


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(Yesterday, 10:04 AM)bikerbaker Wrote:  My take on the differences between Berlingo and Partner - Peugeot got first choice from the colour chart. Big Grin

Had my M59 MS for a while and bought it for it's spec and availability, definitely not the metallic baby poo colour. Sort of got used to it over the years.

Oh and Greyhead. I went grey in my 30's and the nickname "Greyhaired old Bstd" aka GHOB followed me around the rest of my working life. So on retirement.......

Haha I was in my 40s when I got my lovely nickname more like white head now mate.
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The car is a 2009 model and so far so good. I was a little disappointed that the rear seats seem to be bolted in as I thought I would be able to clip them out like the later models.
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