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Anyone been on holiday in their Berlingo?
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Just got back from an epic 3000 mile drive to Italy and back. No problems other than blowing the utterly inaccessible 12v socket fuse so no SatNav driving back (!) and it's whinging desperately for a service now...

Anyone else got any Berlingo holiday pics?

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#2
Nice pics, thanks for the post. Love the color of your ride (same as mine). Looks like you found some lovely camping spots too.
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP.  Persamos green.

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(23-08-2013, 03:21 PM)3rensho Wrote:  Nice pics, thanks for the post. Love the color of your ride (same as mine). Looks like you found some lovely camping spots too.

Saw a few in that colour in mainland Europe, more around than in the UK. Makes a change from silver...
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Not quite the same epic journey, but just been camping for 10 days in Cornwall with mine. About 800 miles all together which isn't bad for the old girl as she's 9 years old.

She also ticked past the magic 100k mark on the way home!

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Glad to see that you remembered to unpack the beer first...
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I had about 10 bottles stashed in the secret rear footwell compartments!!

Kept me going for the first night Wink
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100k? You can stop running it in now.:thumbsup:ConfusedalutBig Grinid you make it to 100,001 with the fuel light on?
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#8
Haha yes, I did a further 200 miles without stopping for fuel.

The benefit of LPG Smile
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(23-08-2013, 05:20 PM)tucker Wrote:  Not quite the same epic journey, but just been camping for 10 days in Cornwall with mine. About 800 miles all together which isn't bad for the old girl as she's 9 years old.

She also ticked past the magic 100k mark on the way home!

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I hope you found a garage quick no Fuel.
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I run on lpg. I had 250 miles in the tank.

I also had quarter of a tank of petrol but the way the berlingo fuel gauge works it thinks I have run out when running on gas.
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