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2 seater mk2
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Hello All,
Just read a post and it said berlingo with bench seat. I have a 2 seater 56 plate van would the newer seats fit in so I could have 3 seats?

Cheers Jay
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(14-09-2012, 07:21 PM)Jr71 Wrote:  Hello All,
Just read a post and it said berlingo with bench seat. I have a 2 seater 56 plate van would the newer seats fit in so I could have 3 seats?

Cheers Jay

Possible provided the mounting holes are present ,you might be wise to have a peek first, but its not as straightforward as it first appears.
You are looking for for the passenger-side seat set from an Enterprise spec model-although other models could have them as option extras.The drivers seat will remain as-is
Bear in mind its one and half seats so your middle passenger would have to be the little one.
And not feel uncomfortable with you groping his legs on gearchanges........:eek:
You'll also need to get the seatbelt arrangement too-not sure about Mk2 but in Mk 3 the middle belt is hung off the drivers bulkhead ladder and plugs in alongside the other passenger one.
Again from a MK3 perspective the passenger seats are uncomfortable due to the 'useful storage space' hollowed out underneath and also lose all adjustability.
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Cheers evdama,
I was hoping it could be done so me the mrs and our 5 year old can go out in one van.
Cheers Jay
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#4
I had a similar requirement a few years ago -I made my own full bulkhead and set it back 18" into the loadspace .
I made up some seat pads and a backrest so the boy could sit behind the passenger seat facing across the van.
Great hiding place ,he loved it and on long journeys often I found him asleep.
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