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To help you plan your route, the fuel tank holds around 30 litres (6 gallons) of fuel, giving you roughly 200 miles of motoring per tank.

We want you to enjoy the car and give you the opportunity to explore beautiful Scotland.

We have grudgingly (!) given up our time to test drive some more local routes we think you may enjoy. These vary in distance and technicality, dependent upon your objectives.

If you are stuck for ideas, or need further advice, please contact us, we love Scotland and we want to share all it has to offer!

 

Crieff-Lochearnhead-Crianlarich-Tyndrum
This is the perfect day trip, which can be easily extended to take in some of Scotland’s beautiful highlands and islands. Head over to Oban from Tyndrum and jump on the ferry over to Mull and beyond. Alternatively keep heading south from Oban down the coast to the Crinan Canal and Lochgilphead, heading back over the A83 past Loch Lomond.

Crieff-Comrie-Killin-Loch Tay-Aberfeldy-Sma’ Glen-Crieff
A picturesque shorter route taking in some great B roads and beautiful villages.

Crieff-Sma’ Glen-Dunkeld-Pitlochry-Glenshee-Braemar
Another versatile route with some beautiful scenery taking you all the way up into the Cairngorms National Park. Whizz back down the A9 on your return journey, or choose to take the twisties back down again (probably our favourite option!)

Crieff-Lochearnhead-Crianlarich-Tyndrum-Fort William-Isle of Skye
A cracking route taking in some of the best twisty roads, ultimately ending up on the beautiful Isle of Skye. Alternatively, stay on the mainland and head north to visit the local area taking in Applecross, Strathcarron, Torridon and Plockton.