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hi everybody, i've recently just passed my test and looking at getting a van mainly for work but they also seem to be cheaper to insure than cars and would like to find out abit more info about the berlingos and surely owners are the best to ask.
51 reg 2.0 hdi berlingo van on pimpin 14" rusty steelies
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Welcome jenko. Yes, this is a good place to share experiences from the motoring world. I got my first ever Citroén in October ( a Berlingo Multispace) and so far love driving it (after 2200 km).
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP.  Persamos green.

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Hi Jenko and welcome vans are always handy but a multispace berlingo is roomy with the seats out I am not sure about the insurance costs if you have just passed your test I guess you will get clobbered with a high premium ,depending on your mileage it pays to look into the MPG of your chosen vehicle sometimes a diesel is better.
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Hi Jenko, welcome, if you read the threads on here the berlingo seems to come out well. But maybe were all biassed...ha ha.
I1m pleased...like many others
Pete
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Welcome to the site Jenko, congrats on passing!
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#6
Hi and welcome to the forum,congrats on passing your test.Get a multispace and you will get the best of both worlds.
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#7
Welcome jenko

I have a 1.9d multispace. I'm 23 now but only passed my test august 2009 (had 2 years no claim already) with quinn direct my first year was £96ish a month for 12 months. This year it's £75 a month with the same insurer but some others wanted £300 a month so I'd get quotes before buying. Not regretted buying the berlingo though

Lliam
Lliam

53 plate Berlingo Multispace Forte 1.9D Polar White
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Thanks for the welcomes, its the 1.9d im lookin at, and being 18 the insurance is cheap at £3100 which is a lot of money but i also got quoted on a 1.1 saxo y reg at just over the £4600 and with it being for work im not putting much towards it Big Grin
51 reg 2.0 hdi berlingo van on pimpin 14" rusty steelies
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Sounds pretty expensive to me jenko, going off the saxo quote. A saxo x reg was my first car and i paid £1500 (no named drivers). That was with Quinn-Direct. I've heard Adrian Flux are not bad, but never got a quote from them personally.
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