Vans vs estate cars?

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Tall deccy
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Vans vs estate cars?

Post by Tall deccy » Sat Sep 21, 2019 6:28 pm

Hi girls and boys, brief intro, new on here but been in the trade since mid 90s, recently had an accident in my berlingo and been written off, looking for a new van but as my kids are getting older I need something with more leg/cab room, not totally keen on driving a big van so was looking at mid sized ones like a connect but not wanting to spend more than around 6k,any ideas on what vans are out there in mid range sizes, it's either that or an estate car? But imo vans look more professional, not totally ruling out estate cars so if anyone wants to shoot me down lol and sing the praises of an estate vs a van then feel free, any advice much appreciated, from a decorator in a quandary.. 😕🤔

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Re: Vans vs estate cars?

Post by Tall deccy » Sun Sep 22, 2019 3:42 pm

Tall deccy wrote:
Sat Sep 21, 2019 6:28 pm
Hi girls and boys, brief intro, new on here but been in the trade since mid 90s, recently had an accident in my berlingo and been written off, looking for a new van but as my kids are getting older I need something with more leg/cab room, not totally keen on driving a big van so was looking at mid sized ones like a connect but not wanting to spend more than around 6k,any ideas on what vans are out there in mid range sizes, it's either that or an estate car? But imo vans look more professional, not totally ruling out estate cars so if anyone wants to shoot me down lol and sing the praises of an estate vs a van then feel free, any advice much appreciated, from a decorator in a quandary.. 😕🤔

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Re: Vans vs estate cars?

Post by Colin » Sun Sep 22, 2019 9:36 pm

Van all the way

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