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Mr Ralph ROBERTS

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05.10.2007 (04.10.2007)

Advantages:
Roomy, functional and in our case reliable, with reasonable fuel economy

Disadvantages:
large vehicle with large turning circle

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  3. jonkitlib
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we have owned our Hobby 750FMC since December 2003, and it has been homr for us nearly three and a half years. It is large enough for long term living.and all the facilities have been fully functional and reliable. We have recently lived in the MV for twelve months and having three/four separate areas it works very well. It has been very reliable and returns approx. 25 Miles to the gallon with sensible throttle. Only downside is there is no electric heating or water heating, although newer model has remedied this issue. 22,000 miles and only a drive shaft collapsing in the first year, which was replaced free of charge by Fiat. The layout is hard to beat. We have yet to find a MV with the same amount of interior space, and the vehicle is so stable, particularly due to the six\wheeled configuration.

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jonkitlib 05.10.2007 13:46

It would be nice to have a bit more information here: maybe a few more details and a bit of personal experience to explain why you like it so much

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This review of Hobby 700 has been rated:

"helpful" by (67%):

  1. MAFARRIMOND
  2. NomisG
  3. jonkitlib

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"somewhat helpful" by (33%):

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  2. stravaig

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