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Hyundai Getz

Hyundai Getz 1.5 CRDi VGT and Freedom

MICHAEL LEACH reviewed on 14 October 2008 a Hyundai Getz 1.5 CRDi VGT (88 PS/65 Kw, Year: 2005 - 2008) with a Freedom Jetstream Prima of 780 kg.

After obtaining your report I took your advice and bought this car.It turned out to be an excellent choice.All your predictions where spot on.I will inform all who are looking to change their car to check with you first as to suitability in performance etc.
Michael Leach.

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Hyundai Getz 1.4i and Eriba

Chris Hawkesworth reviewed on 28 February 2008 a Hyundai Getz 1.4i (97 PS/71 Kw, Year: 2005 - 2008) with a Eriba Touring Puck 120 GT of 690 kg.

We took delivery of our Eriba Puck 120GT last august from autoleisure in Poole Dorset. We live in peterborough Cambs so we had a little bit of a journey to pick up our Eriba. we arrived after following autoleisure's directions and hooked up the puck to our Hyundai Getz and of we set to a nearby campsite about 6 miles away it didn't take very long to appreciate how well the little Puck towed we had to keep looking behind just to make sure it was still there, pulling away at traffic lights and round abouts was just the same as driving the car normally but we did allow just a bit more time when pulling off. After our overnight stay which was very comfortable we set off home to Peterborough. On leaving Poole we headed towards Ringwood and then on the motorway towards the west side of London picking up the M25 we followed it around until we picked up the A1 north we covered about 179 miles with the Puck behaving perfectly all the way even when being overtaken by lorries and coaches the little van didn't snake or wander at all it was a very pleasant journey and also I might mention this was the first time for some years I had towed a caravan. So my thoughts on towing an Eriba Puck 120GT with a small car such as the Hyundai Getz 1.4. Manual. Both my wife and I found it to be a nice combination in performance and stress free towing we travelled on Motorways and A and B roads and thru towns without any fuss from the car or Puck we managed to cruise in 5th gear on the motorways and the car pulled well when we over took other vehicles. Yes we did over take a few, So all I can say is if you would like a small but very well made and thought out caravan and you don't have a 4X4 or tank to tow with then please do take a look at the Eriba range of vans. by the way we averaged out the fuel with mixed towing to be around 34 to 35 MPG with two adults- luggage-bottled gas-spare wheel as supplied with the Puck and plenty of food.

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