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Ok I forgotten what my older brother was telling me about motorhome engine size and plus, which would be cheaper Engine size: 1998, Engine size: 1900 or Engine size: 2000. When I do go and buy a motohome and it wouldn`t be a top of posh section but, it would have to be a second handy motorhome, which I have been looking at when the time comes to trading my car in for a motorhome, so I need to know which engine size would be better as well as for tax reasons.

 

 

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If you thinks that bad you should see the other tyres. ..

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Any help would be must welcome here members. .. ;)

If you thinks that bad you should see the other tyres. ..

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Ok I forgotten what my older brother was telling me about motorhome engine size and plus, which would be cheaper Engine size: 1998, Engine size: 1900 or Engine size: 2000. When I do go and buy a motohome and it wouldn`t be a top of posh section but, it would have to be a second handy motorhome, which I have been looking at when the time comes to trading my car in for a motorhome, so I need to know which engine size would be better as well as for tax reasons.

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Hi net.

 

The engine size required will depend on the size and weight of the motorhome you intend to purchase.

 

Most UK built motorhomes will have a diesel engine and can be either 2/2. 3/2. 5 litre +

 

Perhaps this link will help you to decide what to choose:

http://www. postoffice. co. uk/portal/po/cont. ..ediaId=19100269

 

 

I'm sure other more knowledgeable members will be along in a while to offer their suggestions. :D

 

Regards.

Col

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Having now looked at the post office link, does this mean a motor home is an LGV euro 4 tax band, assuming of course it is euro 4, else the £400 a year is a lot for a vehicle to sit on a drive most of the year?

 

I do think standard VED is unfair for low mileage vehicles like motor homes as they hardly produce more co2 when they spend most of their time parked.

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All depends on when it was registered I think. Our old motorhome (57-reg) was classed as a LGV so was £180 to tax last time around, as far as i can remember.

 

For info, that was an Adria Twin (van conversion) with a 2. 3L Multijet (120bhp). Plenty powerful enough for the size of the van and returned 30mpgs.

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towcar #1: Vauxhall Vectra 1. 9 CDTi 150

towcar #2: Honda CR-V 2. 2 CDTi

caravan: Compass Corona 475

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