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Auto-Trail

Cheyenne

£29,999

Motorhome Summary

  • Right-hand Drive
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • Aerial
  • Alarm
  • Wind Out Canopy
  • Fridge
  • Heating
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Radio
  • Rear garage
  • Solar Panel
  • Swivel Seat X1
  • Toilet
  • V5 reg doc
  • Washroom

Broker's Comments

Motorhome Depot proudly presents a 2006 Auto trail Cheyenne 696G. Based on the popular fiat 2.8ltr Diesel, 5 speed manual motorhome is a 4 berth with 2 seatbelts and a rear garage with its own window. Having covered 49k miles and having a comprehensive habitation & service history.

Upon entering via the habitation door, you are greeted with a large sized kitchen, sink, storage cupboards and oven/grill with a 3-ring gas burner with 1 electric plate and a large fridge.

Moving to the rear of the motorhome towards the rear fixed bed there is the washroom, which is spacious and includes plenty of storage, sperate shower, vanity mirrors, toilet, and wash basin. Moving towards the front of the motorhome there is a 2-bench transverse bed that can also be used as a dinette with its large expandable table provided.

The Cheyenne 696G has solar panels which can be economical while off the grid, and a rear large rear garage for multipurpose leisure use.

To request links to our extended photo file, ask questions or reserve this fantastic motorhome for viewing, please contact a member of our Mansfield team who will be happy to help.


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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