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Rear long carpet for 2010 lingo multispace?
#1
Hi,
My dealer suggested there is a long carpet available for the back of the berlingo multispace. I have a 10 plate XTR. But I cant find this on the Citreon website.

Do any of you have one, is it worth the money?

Thanks
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#2
All I've seen is the two rubber mats that slightly overlap ( intentionally ) and cover the rear of the cabin. Got them with my XTR, really well made and extremely durable.
Just spotted a full set of carpets for Berlingo on EBay for £7.95 which includes the carpet mat that goes the full width of rear.( CarMat Warehouse )
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#3
Yes I have the Citroen front & rear rubber mats in mine, they are good quality. The rear is in 2 parts & links together as stated above.
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#4
The two mats that overlap then must protect the fixed carpet?

I have a 2 and 3 year old in kids seats on the outside and a teenager with big feet who sits in the middle. So I dont need mat coverage on the outside really as the youngsters feet dont touch the floor but there sticky lolies would. Main area of wear will be the centre.

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#5
We got a set of fitted carpets for ours, which included a full-length rear mat. but not from citroen. I think it was either carmats4u or Simplycarmats. They had an offer on at the time and it was cheaper to get them personalised than buy them plain, so we got 'The Bus' stitched into the mats. Sad & Chavy, I know! Smile

The only problem is it makes access to the cubby holes in the rear footwell a bit trickier.
The Bus: 2009 MkIII VTR HDi 90, 7 Seater
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#6
(15-06-2012, 08:42 AM)gup Wrote:  The two mats that overlap then must protect the fixed carpet?

I have a 2 and 3 year old in kids seats on the outside and a teenager with big feet who sits in the middle. So I dont need mat coverage on the outside really as the youngsters feet dont touch the floor but there sticky lolies would. Main area of wear will be the centre.

Thanks
My carpets are still really clean due to protection provided by the rear rubber mats and my Blingo is used for private hire use.
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