The chassis and engine is a Renault Trafic. It’s a 1.7 petrol, with a 5 speed manual gearbox. The mileage is shown as 78793. It has a CD player, and both driver and passenger seats are captains style, so can be rotated. You have a good size storage area above the cab.
Behind the cab are two fixed chairs, both with 3 point safety harnesses, and the option for two stand-alone tables. These make up the single beds. To make the beds, you need to rotate the captains’ chairs and recline them, pull out and recline the two fixed seats, this will now give you your two single beds.
At the rear of this motorhome is the kitchen arrangement. This is made up of a 3 burner gas hob with glass cover, plus a gas grill. You have a domestic style extractor fan fitted above the hob to help with ventilation whilst cooking. Adjacent to the hob is a sink and drainer with worktop cover. Opposite this is an Electrolux fridge with ice compartment. Above the fridge are two spare 240v electric sockets. There are a range of drawers’ cupboards and overhead lockers for storage, and a mini roof light, again to help with ventilation.
Fitted adjacent to the fridge is a wardrobe and some extra storage.
This motor home benefits from curtains around all windows to ensure privacy for sleeping occupants. You have fixed carpets throughout the cab and seating area, and vinyl fixed on the kitchen floor. You can enter and exit via both cab doors, side loading door (providing the bed isn’t made up), and also the rear doors.
Overall this is a lovely motorhome, in fab condition for its age. It would be perfect for exploring the UK in your time off.
A new MOT will be arranged at time of purchase.