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Rosco



Member Since: 20 Jan 2012
Location: Beyond the wall.
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United Kingdom 2013 Range Rover Autobiography SDV8 Baltic Blue
Van recommendations

Bit random but I thought I would ask;

We have a small log business on the farm, the guys could do with a van, cheap and reliable!! Short of gutting an L322 does anyone have a recommendation? Transit sized ideally ,Thanks Thumbs Up 2013 L405 Autobiography Baltic Blue
2007 L322 Vogue Buckingham Blue

Post #682450 11th Jan 2024 8:17pm
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Fla



Member Since: 26 Nov 2023
Location: South west
Posts: 169

Ireland 2012 Range Rover Westminster 4.4 V8 Zambezi Silver

My van is an L322 Very Happy

In my time ive had a Citroen berlingo, transit connect, several vivaras. I didnt have an ounce of trouble with any but the key to small vans is branded quality diesel from reputable garages.

So my vote is an L322! Current yokes
2012 4.4 TDV8 Westminster
2006 Disco 3
Scoobie GT wagon
Mx5 G Ltd
TT S Line
Pajero JDM Exceed

Post #682454 11th Jan 2024 8:58pm
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Rosco



Member Since: 20 Jan 2012
Location: Beyond the wall.
Posts: 2552

United Kingdom 2013 Range Rover Autobiography SDV8 Baltic Blue

Fla

Makes sense in the current market! 322, gut the back and it is a good usable space, sounds daft but viable. Thumbs Up 2013 L405 Autobiography Baltic Blue
2007 L322 Vogue Buckingham Blue

Post #682457 11th Jan 2024 9:13pm
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Fla



Member Since: 26 Nov 2023
Location: South west
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Ireland 2012 Range Rover Westminster 4.4 V8 Zambezi Silver

Unfortunately I have a van version due to being a PAYE and sole trader. Thing is a 5 seater 4.4TDV8 is I think €2800 to tax annually and the van version of the same car with 2 seats is €333. You guys are spoiled over there.

Genuinely though I found the transit connect a great little van, cheap to run, comfortable and the only issue I had was a loom from the ECU to the alternator failing which i fixed for 2c, main dealer wanted €500 plus the vat! Current yokes
2012 4.4 TDV8 Westminster
2006 Disco 3
Scoobie GT wagon
Mx5 G Ltd
TT S Line
Pajero JDM Exceed

Post #682458 11th Jan 2024 9:38pm
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