Motorhome Summary

  • Right-hand Drive
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • Aerial
  • Alarm
  • Cab air-con
  • Fridge
  • Gas bottle
  • Heating
  • Oven
  • Radio
  • Reversing camera
  • Solar Panel
  • Swivel Seats
  • Toilet
  • 2 X sets of keys
  • V5 reg doc
  • Washroom
  • Grill
  • Fridge Freezer

Broker's Comments

I present to you this well maintained compact (six metres long), true low-profile motorhome. You’d probably expect a compact fixed bed motorhome to come with a half-dinette seating arrangement, and the Flash doesn’t disappoint. But here there’s a twist, because the rear seat needs to fold flat at bedtime it’s not quite your average half-dinette bench; there’s an armrest on the gangway side and the backrest reclines through an infinite variety of angles. This is a more comfortable lounge-diner than you’ll find in most rivals, not least because the rear seat is quite low and a false floor continues the cab’s floor level beneath the table. The cab seats swivel easily and both have height adjustment, easily catering for drinks and snacks for four.

Opposite the table the small kitchen has an integral Smev hob and sink unit with three burners to cook on, Plus Oven/Grill at head height.

When is a fixed bed not a fixed bed? When it’s in a Flash S2. Not the best motorhoming joke, but this has to be one of the greatest new ideas we’ve seen in a long time. You can leave duvet and pillows in situ and when you’re feeling sleepy you just tip the backrest of the rear seat forward to lie flat, thus completing the foot of the bed. The S2’s bedroom beats most standard French bed designs. The person sleeping against the wall can (just) get out of bed without climbing over their partner, by shuffling down to the foot of the bed.
There’s the sideboard, for your bedtime drink and book, and the washroom wall is ideal to prop yourself against to sit and read. Reading lights are just where you’d want them. And if your other half wants to rise before you, the cab seats and table allow them to take breakfast while you snooze.
Pull back the sliding door by the head of the bed and you’ll be forgiven a gasp as you take in the size and quality of the washroom. Has such a small motorhome ever had such superior ablutions facilities?

Probably not, for whilst the swivel cassette toilet and corner basin unit are unremarkable, the size of the shower cubicle is on an American RV scale.

Extra's include Solar Panel, extra Leisure battery, Bike Rack and water Filter. The gas bottle has also been converted to a refillable system.

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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