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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-11-2010, 05:55 PM Thread Starter
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Broadland Leisure Vehicles - Acle Norfolk ....Any good ?

Evening all Lady Dinger and i are looking at a new / secondhand potential motorhome and have seen one advertised at this dealership.

has anybody had dealings with them ?

Any feedback would be most appreciated

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post #3 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-11-2010, 07:17 PM
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Not had any dealings with them but have used Becks, also in Norfolk and they have been absolutely fantastic - including sorting out an engine problem (on a 2nd hand van) about 11 months after we bought the van.

Can definitely recommend them.

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Simpsons, Gt Yarmouth usually get good reports.
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Although I have never bought a van from him (Merv) but have known him for about thirty years (Not Socially). He has been in the local motor trade all this time, used to be called 'Mr Beetle'....yes selling and repairing VWs with a natural progression through Campers and then moved out of the city to Acle about six years ago. Unfortunately well of the beaten track there is little passing trafic so he must be doing something right to still be in business. We had my wifes Polo repaired by them some years..no problem and he also sold a Kontiki for a collegue of mine's mother following her husbands death, and dealt with them very well........So while I can't vouch for him entirely,thats his history that I know of.....(Is it the 544 you're looking at?)
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yes thats the kiddie.....do you know of it
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Hi Andy,

Is this the van http://www.leisure-vehicles.com/ref3.htm

Cheers Steve
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Hi Andy,

Is this the van http://www.leisure-vehicles.com/ref3.htm

Cheers Steve
Doubt it as Dinger moaned about the cost of the one I have got in stock and mines a year younger !

OK mine is a letf hooker but you can always park SWMBO in the other seat!

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Hi Andy,

Is this the van http://www.leisure-vehicles.com/ref3.htm

Cheers Steve
Doubt it as Dinger moaned about the cost of the one I have got in stock and mines a year younger !

OK mine is a letf hooker but you can always park SWMBO in the other seat!

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In my humble opinion SWMBO is more than capable of being in the drivers seat.

If I remember rightly dinger when we tried to look at the one at John Cross we got kicked out because it was closing so didnt have a chance to have a good butchers at it. (is that the one youre on about).

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Dinger

We have had this model from new and we are both extremely pleased with it in every respect; the only difference is that ours is LHD and auto.

Is it in as good a condition that the two photographs suggest?

Roger

(Formally from Caister and Sue is from Fersfield near Diss)

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