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Hyundai i40 - 1.7 CRDi and Bailey

Nigel reviewed on a Hyundai i40 - 1.7 CRDi (100 Kw/136 bhp year: march 2012 - up to now) and a Bailey Pursuit 530-4 of (laden) 1375 kg.

I\'m new to caravannig, as I write this I\'ve owned a van for 3 months. The i40 is very soft on the rear end with a Bailey Pursuit as in I heard the bump stops hit twice and that was taking my time,so I have uprated the rear springs (from Mad Suspension) not with these rubber bands, the result is amazing and anyone with an i40 I suggest this is a must. The original springs had only just over 50,000 miles on them.
I also have previously fitted a tuning kit to the car for better economy (70+mpg on a round trip to London and thats not taking my time) the benefit of the kit is that is increased the torque from 330Nm to 420Nm so this extra power is fantastic. I\'m doing approx 40+mpg whilst towing (combined).
Towing on wet grass hasn\'t been an issue yet with the traction control.
Ok the i40 has been modifed but for the price of these improvements the car is still alot cheaper than many of its rivals. Would recommend this as a tow car but be prepared to do a spring alteration.

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Hyundai i40 Wagon - 1.7 CRDi and Fleetwood

Chris reviewed on a Hyundai i40 Wagon - 1.7 CRDi (100 Kw/136 bhp year: june 2011 - up to now) and a Fleetwood Meridien 520-EB of (laden) 1350 kg.

The I40 estate pulls our fleetwood meridian no problem. You will need to use the gears on inclines and cruise works a treat in 5th.

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Hyundai i40 - 1.7 CRDi and Bailey

m smith reviewed on a Hyundai i40 - 1.7 CRDi (100 Kw/136 bhp year: march 2012 - up to now) and a Bailey Pageant Provence of (laden) 1475 kg.

the hyundai tows the bailey very easy motorway driving 6 th gear is used most of the time.averaging about 37mpg driving steady ,this is a brilliant towcar

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