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Old 19-04-19, 06:48 PM   #1
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Hi, I purchased at 17 plate Traveller lwb 8 seater, great car especially as we have 4 children. Space is excellent and drives like a car. However, the brake pedal travels a long way before anything happens, they feel spongy to me. Takes a bit of used to getting used to. Anyone else have this issue? Two Peugeot dealers have inspected the brakes and say they are fine. I had a Peugeot Despatch 08 plate van before and now drive a Boxer LWB 15plate, both didn't have the brake issue.
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