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Used Hyundai Terravan review 11 months 6 days ago #413458

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It's not pretty, but it is a pretty special tow car – click here to read our top tips if you want a Hyundai Terracan to be your next tow car.
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Used Hyundai Terravan review 11 months 14 hours ago #413829

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A good and fair write up. Agreed looks not to everyone's taste. I purchased an 07 plate 18 months ago with 50k on full history limited spec for £6k. utterly reliable, its a merc block and Mitsubishi running gear basically. Well built comfortable and very spacious. Diff can be a problem but only after hard use or neglect. changing diff oil not a big job. Can recommend them.
good review!
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Used Hyundai Terravan review 2 months 1 week ago #426213

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hi lizzie i have a terry for two years and it is a great towcar mines a 2004 i had a pajero for 15 years and that took us everywhere i hope this car does the same cheers .tom

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