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 New used van? Vw transporter or vito? 
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Post New used van? Vw transporter or vito?
Hi peeps,
I am looking into getting a new diesel van, wanted to know your thoughts on the transporter and vito?
Cheers in advance

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Sun 04 Aug, 2013 8:17 am
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Post Re: New used van? Vw transporter or vito?
vw transporter all the way I looked in the 5 k range and drove 20 or so vehicles the vito dosent come close to the transporter for feel on the road . I now own a vw carravell the people mover option


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Post Re: New used van? Vw transporter or vito?
Cheers for that, yeah it seems to be the preferred choice vw. Is it hard to get back seats in them? Legally mean?
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Post Re: New used van? Vw transporter or vito?
Buy an iLoad if your budget runs to that. I looked at ALL of them when I was buying and it was the clear choice. Looks at what the couriers are using. Having seen Lummy squeeze his bike in his van that was pretty impressive.

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Post Re: New used van? Vw transporter or vito?
Vw are ok. But my brother has got a hyundai I-load. that has now got 260000kms on it, He has had no dramas at all with it. They dont have timing belts.(timing chain) and 9 ltrs per 100kms for a diesel is pretty good fuel economy. Hyundai had a lot to prove to australia when they 1st came to Oz back in the early 1990s. They have done a pretty good job of that i reckon and show there up to the task. I know it doesnt mean anything, but hyundai source all there iron-ore to make there own steel from australia. So thats why i have never seen anything in them rust i supose dontknow


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