Motorhome Summary

  • Right-hand Drive
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • Aerial
  • Cab air-con
  • Fridge
  • Gas bottle
  • Heating
  • Swivel Seats
  • Toilet
  • 2 X sets of keys
  • V5 reg doc
  • Rock N Roll Bed
  • Reversing Sensors
  • Drive Away Awning
  • Rear Seat Belt

Broker's Comments

I present to you this very low mileage iconic Autosleeper Topaz built on the Automatic VW chassis.

The Topaz’s lounge doesn’t require swivelled cab seats – the side-facing sofa and forward-facing rear passenger seat are sufficient for two, although when you’re on-site you’ll probably want to swivel the cab seats sooner rather than later, because they’re ideal for extending the the bed.
Once the cab seats are swivelled, it really is a comfortable lounge for two – it offers loads of feet-up lounging space.
Two tables are provided; both are two-piece maritime-style units, made up of a tabletop and a circular leg. The main dining table slots into a hole in the middle of the lounge, and provides enough space for three diners.
There’s also a second, smaller table, which slots into a bracket located just within the nearside sliding door. Use it for quick cuppas, or even light meals – it’s a particularly pleasant place to eat when the weather’s nice enough for you to leave the sliding door open.

The dining table clips into the storage area above the cab and the tea table goes into the large cupboard in the washroom.

The Topaz’s kitchen is split into two units, which face each other across the ’van’s central corridor. The far side unit houses the sink and fridge, while the nearside unit houses the two-burner hob.
In terms of storage, there’s one locker above each unit; the nearside one is ideal for foodstuffs, while the far side one is for a crockery set. The cutlery tray is located in the cabinet under the sink.

Alongside the under-sink cabinet is a set of slide-out racks with clips for two wine bottles, and under the hob is a large cupboard that should take all your pots and pans.

The lounge area in the Topaz can be made up into either a large double or two single beds using the lounge seating and swivelled cab seats. Making it up involves flattening the single seat and sofa, and positioning fill-in cushions to deal with the gaps and unevenness.
For a lounge bed, it’s not difficult to assemble and Auto-Sleeper has kept the number of fill-in cushions to a minimum. ”

Making the Topaz’s bed into two singles takes slightly less time and allows both sleepers to easily access the washroom in the middle of the night.The Topaz washroom, which is likely to be the main draw for couples contemplating this motorhome is a well-designed area, making very good use of the limited space. Along the nearside wall are a tip-up sink, mirror and bench toilet. The shower cubicle provides all the available floor space and the far side wall is occupied by two storage areas: a large cupboard at waist-height, with hanging rail, and a smaller locker at eye-level. There’s storage for toiletries behind the mirror, while toilet chemical bottles and a spare loo roll can go in a handy cubbyhole located behind the bench toilet.

It comes with Full service History, 11 months MOT and a brand new, drive away awning still in the box.

The mileage on this vehicle was correct at the time of valuation, however the vehicle remains in use by the Seller until the point it is sold, therefore the mileage at the time of sale may be higher than that advertised.

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