Demonstrated a motorhome based on Renault TraficDecember 16, 2019
This van will cost from £ 41,995
The British company for the re-equipment of cars – Sussex Campervans made Renault Trafic a camper on wheels. The company ordered 30 vans to convert them into campers. They will present 2 variations of a car van – Manhattan and Paradise, which have a short and long wheelbase, respectively.
The Renault Trafic-based motorhome is equipped with satellite navigation, DAB radio, Bluetooth and air conditioning, as well as rear parking sensors, car lights, cruise control and 17-inch alloy wheels.
In addition, the Manhattan variation will be decorated in a “classic” style with a side kitchen, which can accommodate from 2 to 5 people. In turn, the Paradise version will be equipped with two single or double beds, as well as two separate areas with a fully equipped kitchen in the back.
Modification Manhattan costs from 41 995 pounds, while the cost of the variation of Paradise starts from 44 995 pounds. Both models come with a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty, and Sussex Campervans also has a 3-year warranty.
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