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Motorhome Summary

  • Right-hand Drive
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • Gas bottle
  • Radio
  • 2 X sets of keys
  • V5 reg doc

Broker's Comments

Call with any questions 01423 609985. This Mazda Bongo Friendee was first registered in 1995 and then registered in the UK in 2005, with automatic transmission and is right-hand drive. Good features about this is it comes with MOT until December 2020. Also the roof top that lifts and can be put down automatically by the push of a button, the canvas is in good condition and this is a great place for children to sleep. This campervan comes with 5 full seatbelts and 1 lapbelt and can sleep 4 people. At the rear it has a 2 gas burner stove with a sink and a USB point beside and opposite is a seat with full seatbelt. There are various configurations that can be made for eating, sleeping and dining. The seats directly behind the front seats allow you to use the middle row as a table top. It has had Waxoyl treatment undertaken in December 2018 to protect the chassis and a new a new battery fitted in 2019 and has good history of maintenance from 2011 onwards. The vehicle is situated near Easingwold in North Yorkshire. A delivery service can be arranged as part of any sale with this vehicle, subject to terms and conditions. Part Exchanges welcomed on this vehicle, for further information and photos please call us on 01423 609985 quoting reference 95645.

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.

*Quotations offered are not a formal offer of credit – credit is provided at the discretion of the lender and is subject to full underwriting and credit assessment. only introduces finance enquiries to Creative Funding Solutions Ltd which is a brokerage regulated by the FCA - Ref - License Number 631176. Please make sure you can afford the repayments before entering into any instalment agreement, as failure to make payments as they fall due could result in additional costs and you may find it more difficult to obtain credit in future.

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