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Benjamin Hopkinson is 68, has a Peugeot 405 estate which has covered more than 150,000 miles and is still running faultlessly. He believes it is probably coming to the end of its useful life. He has a budget of £5,000 to £9,000 and in his words needs "to bear in mind that this may well be my last car". The car needs to be able to cope with muddy fields, beehives, dog and grandchildren, although not at the same time, and also to pull the odd trailer. Benjamin likes the idea of a Subaru, hates the thought of a flashy 4x4 and wonders whether an LPG (liquid petroleum gas) conversion is worth it and if diesel is all it is cracked up to be.
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