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Mitsubishi Delica L400 Td Repacement?

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by Jelly, Jan 22, 2020.

  1. Jelly

    Jelly Engaging Member

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    Hi as my aging L400 is starting to age I am after a replacement would prefer a 4wd prefer auto estate petrol/ diesel suv people carrier, think Kia sportage/sorento/sedona Hyundai Honda crv Subaru outback/legacy really only used a few miles a day and the occasional holiday budget not massive up to 4.5K don't want road tax much above £300ish so what suggestions people got?
    thanks in advance.
     
  2. tinmanofkent

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    RAV4 or X-Trail.
     
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    Pathfinder? Mate of mine has had one for years and he loves it.
     
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    Thanks guys all food for thought :thumb:
     
  5. Akita177

    Akita177 Sharpen the pikes

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    Import a Nissan elgrand not the the best mpg from the 280hp engine.
    Not recommendation just an idea.
     
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    Thanks the X trail and Pathfinder are on the list Elgrand not my taste did find a nice Kia Sorento Titan but as it was an auto it was £555 tax so that ruled that out, mitsubishi outlander is also under consideration this is taking a lot longer than I hoped!
     
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    Suzuki Grand Vitara,:thumb: mike
     
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    Got a replacement yet?
    I picked up a SEAT ALTEA 4 freetrack on saturday. 4 wheel drive (but not Landrover good!) but coped with a muddy wet field ok. Better ground clearance than a normal Altea, 2.0tdi and 6 speed manual, tax is sub £300 and it's doing 44mpg. Good boot room, lots of storage and a TV/DVD screen in the back to keep the kids happy. Hopefully normal VAG reliability.
     
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    Thanks again well had a mad day was on the way home and pulled out behind a Nissan Murano thought like that so went and got one today 234hp v6 detuned 350z engine early days but like it so far fsh etc:up:
     
  10. gasman

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    I’ve just got another jeep, my third one now and I love this one it’s a Cherokee Liberty KK, I’m made up with it EF909668-6A77-4772-957B-63887854C739.png
     
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    Did sway towards a Dodge Nitro for a while but again tax was to much looked like that to my untrained eye
     
  12. Trampilot

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    Hyundai Santa Fe. You need one with a chain cam so I think models from 2009. Might be 2010. Very spacious (+2000litres) with seats down. Good engines. Mine is just under 100k and hasn’t had any issues at all. For 2011/2012 models you get downhill brake control too. Worth seeking out.

    After 2012 the Santa Fe changed completely. Smaller and lower. But same engine.
     
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    Yes did quite fancy a Santa Fe but one requirement I have is a sunroof and don't think Hyundai do one ? But sorted for a while now and enjoying a big petrol while I still can :up:
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    Yeah it’s the same car
     
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    Rattymcrattyface STRAP IN

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    Toyota surf? Still some good ones about
     

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