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Any advice for a newbe
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Hi all, 
I don't yet have a berlingo hence my query!

I'm looking to spend between £2000 + £2500 on a berlingo multispace, due to health issues I use a single seat golf buggy whilst playing and I need to transport it to and from the golf course. From what i've been reading the buggy will Just about fit Ito a multispace. 
A van type vehicle would not be a lot of use as I would occasionally need to use the rear seats, 
Can any one tell me do the rear seats fold flat into the floor, giving a large floor space? 

Any advice such as model or engine would be welcome 

Thanks
Chrisgd
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#2
Hello Chris and welcome. I can only speak to a B9 and the seats do not fold flat into the floor but, they are easily removable giving a lot more room. Make sure you get a full service history.
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP. Persamos green.

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(18-10-2016, 02:16 PM)3rensho Wrote:  Hello Chris and welcome.  I can only speak to a B9 and the seats do not fold flat into the floor but, they are easily removable giving a lot more room.  Make sure you get a full service history.

Thanks for the response, not sure I want to go to the trouble of removing the seats each time I want to free up the back, I think I need to try one! Thanks again 

Chris
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(18-10-2016, 04:22 PM)Chris Davies Wrote:  
(18-10-2016, 02:16 PM)3rensho Wrote:  Hello Chris and welcome.  I can only speak to a B9 and the seats do not fold flat into the floor but, they are easily removable giving a lot more room.  Make sure you get a full service history.

Thanks for the response, not sure I want to go to the trouble of removing the seats each time I want to free up the back, I think I need to try one! Thanks again 

Chris

Hi again, I assume your rear seats fold but not flat, is that's the case would you mind measuring  the distance from the back of the seat when folded to the rear door, I need at least 50inches  or 1280 mm, many thanks for your help
Chris
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#5
Hello Chris welcome to the forum distance is 1.3 Metre's 51" in old money the seat's are very easy to remove take's about two minute's to get them out if you take your time if you take them out that will give you 20 cm 8" . Smile
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#6
How large is the buggy?

I transported my Chinese 50cc scooter in my Berlingo a couple of times when it broke down.
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(18-10-2016, 09:22 PM)Gadgetman Wrote:  How large is the buggy?

I transported my Chinese 50cc scooter in my Berlingo a couple of times when it broke down.

The paper work says the buggy is 50inches long, however I just checked using a tape and it's 54" long the height is 38" I fear it's a little too long for the Berlingo!
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