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9 hours ago, Old farrier said:

66 plate l200 barbarian Manuel running on Goodrich all terains 

Is that the Spanish version or a Waiters Truck 😎🤣

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A bit out of focus, but I achieved this when trying to drive gently.

Usually, I achieve less that 30mpg, so it can be done.  As stated earlier, the missus did hit 40mpg once on a run to Scotland at a steady 60mph

 

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ps I have ordered a new L200, arrives next week.

I think they are great vehicles.

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If you listen to all the negatives about any car...you will never buy anything.

I picked up a 2011 Trojan about 4 months ago.  Bit basic but i love it. I can get 40+mpg on a run with light right foot.

It might one day need a new head gasket...tell me a car that might not need one?

Give it go id uts what you want...hope you like it!

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i’ve Had 3 so far and done 150k in them. The first had a knackered head gasket but I bought it with it and once replaced was fine. The next two no real problems at all. Springs need replacing at 60k but that’s the only large thing.  I’ve a series 5 on order and can’t wait. A little poncy and not quite sure how we will lamp from it but where there is a will there is a way! 

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12 hours ago, db135 said:

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There you go boys beat that 😄that was a ten mile run back from work 

'******* hel:huh:

 

On 23/11/2018 at 07:16, al4x said:

i’ve Had 3 so far and done 150k in them. The first had a knackered head gasket but I bought it with it and once replaced was fine. The next two no real problems at all. Springs need replacing at 60k but that’s the only large thing.  I’ve a series 5 on order and can’t wait. A little poncy and not quite sure how we will lamp from it but where there is a will there is a way! 

Theyre ok for lamping as long as you keep the doors shut if its a Barbarian!

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On ‎24‎/‎11‎/‎2018 at 19:56, steve d said:

Theyre ok for lamping as long as you keep the doors shut if its a Barbarian!

Can Charlie see blue light then...? 😂😂

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11 hours ago, Mickeydredd said:

Can Charlie see blue light then...? 😂😂

Dunno, but it does naff all for your natural night vision!

 

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Got the new L200 yesterday.  Quite impressed with the smoother, quieter feel to it.  The little tweaks they have made have made a difference.

No satnav in them anymore, you link up your iPhone/android and it runs off google maps.

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On 01/12/2018 at 23:56, Mickeydredd said:

Got the new L200 yesterday.  Quite impressed with the smoother, quieter feel to it.  The little tweaks they have made have made a difference.

No satnav in them anymore, you link up your iPhone/android and it runs off google maps.

L200.JPG

Very nice

Got mine on the 1st of November, no complaints yet

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The ride quality is even better than my 2016 L200, impressed with it so far.

I kept the wheels and chunky tyres from the old one, didn't see the point in paying for the upgrade again, and they go quite nicely with the black.

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