/ recommend me a climber van...
At 5' 4" you can doss full stretch in virtually any van without the faff of moving the front seats forward.
Partner/ Berlingo ideal but look at the other thread for engine problems/costs.
Not convinced about the grip control package just get winter tyres and ABS.
which thread - this one? "Anyone drive a Renault Trafic, Vivaro etc?"
" 2nd hand Citroen Berlingo Diesel - which engine for economy? "
Can't link it but see "my posts"
or citroen berlingo of course! knew there was one I'd missed off the list
ta! hmm, food for thought there. second hand citan looks a suprisingly good option...
anyone using a ford transit connect?
Yeah I've got no complaints with my connect. It is a LWB version but you would be fine with a SWB.. Drop me an E-mail if you want some pictures of the 'conversion'
Only thing is it is a van so insurance and ferry costs will be more than a people carrier / Berlingo car thing..
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