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I would like to purchase a cheap run around van. I wouldn't be putting up 4,000km in a year. I saw a 2000 Peugeot Partner with 115,000km on the clock and was wondering if they give much trouble - electrical, engine, gearbox, bushes, doors, etc. and are parts pricey?
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Mike Quinn (Co Waterford Ireland) - Mon, 17 Nov 2014 22:01
Is the 1.2 diesel engine in the Opel Combo too small to carry loads? I was going to invest in a Ford Transit Connect. Please give your thoughts.
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Karl Simpson (Dublin) - Thu, 04 Jul 2013 11:58
What are the pitfalls in buying a Land Rover Discovery 3 automatic as a commercial?
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Paraic Donohoe (Arklow) - Mon, 11 Feb 2013 09:04
Hello, can you tell will it be possible to buy a new model Range Rover in commercial format or have one converted in 2013? It will be for business use and would be important to able to claim the VAT on it.
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Gerry O Reilly (Dublin) - Thu, 29 Nov 2012 23:42
I'm looking at this car on Carzone.ie: Land Rover Freelander 2.0 Td4 GS Commercial. What are the common issues with this car? It's a 2001 model, 1.9 diesel with 110,000km.
Also how much is this to tax ?
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by John Shannon - Fri, 06 Jul 2012 12:02
I was interested in buying a Volkswagen Transporter 1.9 TDI. I was wondering if you have any suggestions regarding issues I should be aware of when buying a used commercial vehicle.
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Cian Kiernan (Mullingar) - Sat, 03 Mar 2012 18:19
Hi, I'm looking to buy a commercial vehicle with four-wheel drive. Would you recomend the best to buy? I have around €15,000 to spend.
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Oliver O Donnell (Ennis) - Wed, 25 Jan 2012 03:10
Can you help me choose a van with a second row of seating (for a child seat mainly) and a seperate payload area? I need a diesel vehicle that I can tax as a commerical and something that is not too ugly or uncomfortable. Budget is approximately €5-10,000.
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Gerard Allister (Dublin 20) - Mon, 21 Feb 2011 15:59
I currently drive a 2005 Toyota Avensis saloon - 1.6-litre petrol. I travel up to 450 miles every week to work so I'm looking at getting a diesel car, maybe a VW Golf van, Peugeot van or Skoda Octavia. Don't really know to be honest.
I don't mind a van as my girlfriend has a Ford Focus that I could use whenever needed. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Ronan O Connor - Thu, 10 Feb 2011 16:16