The network showed a caravan based on Scania with three bedroomsMay 26, 2020
The Dutch company VAEX The Truck Traders offers a motorhome in Europe based on the Scania R480 truck. This camper boasts several bedrooms, a bathroom and even a garage with a workshop.
At the same time, the company revealed to the specialists of Carscoop agency some details, with the exception of cost. But, there is no doubt that such a motorhome is quite expensive.
So, the Dutch company’s specialists trimmed the cabin of the house on wheels with high-quality materials. It also has navigation, rear cameras, parking sensors, in turn, the sleeping part in the cabin has been preserved.
The Scania-based motorhome received a fully equipped kitchen with an induction cooker with four burners, a large oven, a full-size sink and a fridge with a freezer. In the living area there is a large sofa and a retractable 32-inch TV (a total of three in the camper).
Despite the fact that there is no detailed information about the bedrooms, it is known that the camper has a master bedroom and a separate children’s room with its own TV and Playstation. There is one full-size bathroom with shower and toilet.
The mobile home, in particular, has a 750-liter capacity for fresh water, 420-liter for industrial water, and a wastewater tank with a volume of 200 liters. The camper has a system that heats the water, which is served both in the shower and underfloor heating. Energy supply is provided by diesel generators.
There is a garage at the back of the caravan, but unfortunately there are no pictures of it, while the company said that there are several lockers and a small refrigerator. In addition, there is a sink, hose, washing machine and dryer, as well as an on-board air compressor with a tank capacity of 15.8 gallons.
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