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My Berlingo
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1.6 HDI 16V Desire
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And here's my daughter seeing if the boot will make a good place to sit:
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The big windows are fantastic and make it a great car for passengers but I've a feeling it could get a bit like a greenhouse in the summer so have ordered the fitted UV sunshades from http://www.vanstyle.co.uk - I'll post up some pics once I have them and get them fitted.

Cheers,
Alan
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Thats a nice looking motor, those wheel trims finish it off really nicely IMO.

What is to the right of your daughter in the boot? Did it come with the car?
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Thanks Andre. The thing in the boot is a shopping basket/trolley - it folds out and can be removed from the boot and wheeled around. It came with the car and think it maybe comes as standard with the Desire models, but I'm not sure. It's very useful if you just have a few items to put in the boot because it prevents them from rolling around as they otherwise would.
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Hey Alan

Looks good, I saw these uv shades, look forward to seeing the pics as sounded good
Lliam

53 plate Berlingo Multispace Forte 1.9D Polar White
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(11-04-2011, 10:52 AM)Andre Wrote:  Thats a nice looking motor, those wheel trims finish it off really nicely IMO.

What is to the right of your daughter in the boot? Did it come with the car?

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Andre Alan is right the modubox,s came as standard with the Desire models,you also get them on the picasso's.
Nice looking Bingo Alan,not thought of just getting the windows 25% darkened rather than blinds?
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Quote:Nice looking Bingo Alan,not thought of just getting the windows 25% darkened rather than blinds?

Thanks Eamonn, I'm not sure I like the idea of permanent tints - would be fine in the summer but maybe not so good on a gloomy Scottish winter's day. They might not look as good or be as neat as tints, but I think the blinds fit with the versatile concept of the Berlingo Smile
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Sweet!!! Great looking ride you have there. Enjoy.

Tom
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP.  Persamos green.

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Nice pics, Alan. Where is the first one taken?
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I have been considering some blinds myself. Please let us know what you think of them when you get them fitted :thumbsup:
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Very nice clean looking car!
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