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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by auditek, Sep 26, 2007.

  1. auditek

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    i am currently running a 2001 astravan for work , having a transporter previously, in near future am going to get another transporter 2.5. was wondering if anyone here at as has one. i have been looking at lease purchase, costing me around250pm for 4 years and 7k payment at end. any good places to hunt would b great, :thumbsup:
     
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  3. unkle

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    Try Ebay, stacks of decent vans on there, just watch out that they include/dont include VAT...
     
  4. TDI-line

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    Bought mine from VW Colbourne at Guildford. They supply a lot of transporter with extra options fitted, a/c, etc.

    Mine is a 1.9 tdi t30 102 lwb with a/c, electirc windows, mirrors, bulkhead in metallic shadow blue.

    The 2.5 130 is an excellent engine, but i wanted to keep running costs down and buy a nearly new one with low mileage.

    Bought mine out right, so can't help on you finance, but if you have any other questions then fire away.
     
  5. unkle

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    How much did you pay and what was their service like, also what servicing costs/schedule on a van?

    Thanks for any info!
     
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    Paid about 15K including vat, there service was excellent, the guy even sourced my van that afternoon for a test drive. But they do not do any deals on price, as there turn over is very good and they are quite reasonably priced already.
     
  7. auditek

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    thanks for info, i had a 1900 couple years ago. was dour as hell, was gona get the 2500, but agree with tdi, myt go again with the 1900, keep costs down lso. thanx again
     
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    The 1.9 85ps is aweful, very underpowered, that's why i went for the 102ps which is quite lively, but not ground breaking lol.
     

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