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  • 2013 4 Twin axle Touring 1674 1834 7.99 2.31 1065 Yes Yes 5 At the moment I would be hard pushed to find anything bad about it. Just manuvering it into the drive is a bit of a task but it aint no mini. 5 Oh yes ! Very. 5 Well, its a big unit especialy as I tow with a 7.5m van. The size and power of the merc actually make it quite easy to tow, its important to plan a route as turning round could get a little tight. Very stable at 60mph on motorways. I think the twin axle make it smoother than our single axle when the roads get a little bumpy. 5 I would take the advice of forum members and visit the van at the dealer about 2 weeks before delivery date, have a good look round, make a snagging list and then follow it up regularly before pickup. This goes for all vans. But nothing major to report as yet. 5 Most definatly, 10 days on the Isle of Man is our longest stay in it so far. But we use it at least twice a month. Home from home. Power touch mover. 3 new Franchised dealer Sales man was helpful, mainly as he knew he had a definate sale. The delivery of the van was disapointing as it had not been cleaned and some of our snag points had not been addressed. All sorted now but should have been done before we picked it up. https://www.caravantalk.co.uk/community/uploads/monthly_10_2013/ccs-62257-0-77615900-1381850367.jpg Yes
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A lot of space is a bonus, the entrance door is wide so that makes getting in and out much easier than our previous van. As we mainly use the van when I'm racing it makes it easy for me to get in and out when I have my leathers on.

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