Motorhome Summary

  • Right-hand Drive
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • Aerial
  • Fridge
  • Heating
  • Radio
  • Reversing camera
  • Toilet
  • 2 X sets of keys
  • V5 reg doc
  • Washroom

Broker's Comments

Motorhome Depot Mansfield presents a fantastic example of a 2006 Elddis Autoquest 130. This superb 5 berth, 4 belt coach built motorhome is based on the popular Peugeot Boxer chassis and comes with the 2.2 litre Diesel engine with 5 speed manual gearbox. Starting at the habitation door, we have your kitchen area that boasts 4 burner gas hob, grill, oven, handwash basin with hot and cold running water and a 3 way fridge. Adjacent to this is your compact washroom that includes cassette toilet and vanity handwash basin with shower tap. Moving forwards, we have a 4 seat dinette with 2 additional travelling seats, removeable dinette table and a good sized side bench that can also be used as a single bed. The dinette itself also converts to a double bed to assist the sleeping arrangements. Finally we have a good sized over cab bed that provides the final of the 5 berths, for more information or to view the extended pictures, please give us a call where one of our team will be happy to help.

This vehicle is owned by SIAC Retail Limited, this means that as a potential buyer, should you purchase this vehicle, if the vehicle is not as described, of satisfactory quality or fit for purpose you may have a claim under the Consumer Rights Act 2015.

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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