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2016, Yeti SE L, 1.2 dsg. Quartz Grey, black roof, Gobi Sand
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Hello,

Tire Wheel Car Plant Vehicle
Finally own a Yeti - Evoque has gone :)


It’s not an outdoor, it’s not diesel, it’s not 4x4 - not worth the hassle. If the weathers rubbish, I’ll stay at home.

It’s immaculate, 34000, 1 previous owner, fsh, major service & cambelt done. 48.2 mpg driving it back, with roof bars. Seats not as good as Range Rover, but a very nice car.

Bulled it up today and looking ok.
 

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2016 Tdi 150 Auto 4x4 in Jungle Green.
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Well done, it certainly looks the part 👍. I too moved from a L-R product to my Yeti, but I stuck with diesel and 4x4. Every time I drive it I really appreciate just how nice a car it is to be in, certainly a lot warmer and more watertight than my Defender which I really enjoyed. I hope it gives you many, many miles of stress free motoring.
 

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Hi welcome to the forum, just one thing wrong with it, it's too clean it needs some exercise. The seats may not be as good as the Range Rover but every time you fill up you will think how much that would cost to do with the RR and smile.
 

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Thank you.

What a lovely car & motor.

Going to a holiday cottage soon. Who would buy an electric car, they bill you £15 extra to charge, per day.

Won’t use that in petrol there & back :)
 
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