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    Peugeot tipee for me

    Had a chap from motability call round today to discuss what vehicle I should get when they cancel my sprinter van, and it's going to be with the help of grants a peugeot tipee partner with hoist fitted, so just need to fill in forms and wait now , I hope it just won't break down like the last one we have.
    Andrew

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    Read a review http://www.whatcar.com/car-reviews/p...mmary/25798-7/
    and also http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar...er-tepee-2008/


    I'm just glad you're sorted with a car that probably won't break down as much.

    Congratulations mate!
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    Lol thx but there's only 1 problem the s model automatic don't have air con which I need as with having hearing aids putting the windows down causes whistling and I can't use headsets and use a fm transmitter for phone , I hope they will allow me to have air con as there's lots of glass and I bet it gets hot.
    Andrew

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    Andrew you're going to miss that commanding driving position view of the road ahead, that only the Sprinter can give, i hope the Tipee can give the space you need as the two vehicles are very diffrent. One the plus side, you'll have more choices of parking bays and put less fuel in, good luck
    Bob.

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    enjoy the tipee

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    Have you thought about the Fiat Qubo/Citreon Nemo both built basically on the same chassis? May have extra,s you need. We looked at the Qubo and fell in love with it but like we all do changed our minds.

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    so many choices, like chosing sweets from a pick and mix

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    please do not post offensive language in posts

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    I agree littlebib. I have reported the post for foul and abusive language.

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    i have also reported it, no need for bad offensive language

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