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Are Iveco Vans Really Sh!t?

Interesting. We had an Iveco at work, used to haul aircraft wheels round in it, which aren't exactly light. The van was fine, but then ...

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    Default Re: Are Iveco Vans Really Sh!t?

    Interesting. We had an Iveco at work, used to haul aircraft wheels round in it, which aren't exactly light. The van was fine, but then again we didn't rack up the serious mileage a courier might do using it 12/5.

    I'd say for light/casual use the low price might make it attractive.
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    Craig, used mine 12 hours a day for the last 4 years and thats nonstop running....would i have another one..?...yes!
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    I've never driven an Iveco van but I have driven quite a few Iveco tractor units (the front bit of an artic) and they were all absolutely fucking horrible.
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    Default Re: Are Iveco Vans Really Sh!t?

    Quote Originally Posted by BananaMan View Post
    "banana engined"

    The term Banana engine refers to the aluminium inlet manifolds that look a bit like like a bunch of bananas.


    My Transit which is slightly older doesn't have the bunch of bananas look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by demographic View Post
    The term Banana engine refers to the aluminium inlet manifolds that look a bit like like a bunch of bananas.

    My Transit which is slightly older doesn't have the bunch of bananas look.

    Thanks. Very helpful.

    Hmmmm. I think I'm going to change my username.

    "inletmanifoldboy"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BananaMan View Post
    Thanks. Very helpful.

    Hmmmm. I think I'm going to change my username.

    "inletmanifoldboy"...

    Quite catchy isn't it?
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