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About Alphard Club

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  • Alphard / Vellfire Year
    2005
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    Dorset

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  1. Alphard Club

    Alphard with Lexus front styling

    kind of do and dont. maybe with the numberplate on it will break it up a little.
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    Cheapest Fuel prices in your area.

    113 in tesco however, i used LPG and thats 68p/l which is expensive for LPG as i have heard of that being 55p in the midlands
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    Has anyone got 1 of these?

    IS that the one where they ripped of this sites logo?? c'mon neil. I have been around the block many times with posts like this and your spammy post is not allowed here.
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    Video: Toyota Alphard

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    Recommended Tyres

    I am using Hankook Ventus Primes. When i purcahsed my Alphard it still had the jap tyres on and they were dreadful in the wet. Bing front wheel drive they were useless. I bought Hankooks all round and have been very happpy. The grip now is fantastic. I purchased these as they had a good wet rating too.
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    Awnings

    The boot will keep you dry anyway, use it all the time in the rain with the kids. They climb over abd i can stick their rain coat on. So as you will be mainly lounging about than cooking then i say side door.
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    New Member

    Hi Ron Welcome to the Alphard Club. You will be making a wise choice getting an Alphard. They are amazing in terms of reliability. It doesn't mean yo can skimp on choosing the right car as there will be a few that have not been looked after. So you will need to take your time. Make sure you get t see the original auction sheets if it's a new import and make sure its got a Bimta or Jevic mileage verification certificate. There are a few bad apples out there. Let us know how you get on.
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    Your thoughts on yellowing headlights

    rub down and lacquer is the best way to go for sure.
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