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Motorhome Summary

  • Right-hand Drive
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • Cab air-con
  • Fridge
  • Gas bottle
  • Radio
  • Solar Panel
  • 2 X sets of keys
  • Rock N Roll Bed
  • Tow Bar
  • Drive Away Awning
  • Rear Seat Belts

Broker's Comments

Vehicle located in Redcar.

Welcome to the sale of this 2013 Nissan Primastar SE LWB, camper van.

Although a relatively simple conversion it has all you need for a break away - based on the reliable Nissan with a diesel engine and automatic gearbox, this Hi-Top conversion has plenty of room inside and avoids the requirement of a pop top having plenty of room to walk around. It has 117,000 miles on the clock and an MOT valid until November 2021.

The cab itself has some useful features such as cab air con, reverse sensors and electric windows. The habitation area benefits from a fridge, single burner hob, sink with cold water. The rear seat is fitted with 2 seat belts and easily converts into a double bed, there is also a removable table, storage and LED lighting throughout the habitation area with a newly fitted leisure battery.

The camper van also benefits from a tow bar and an inflatable drive away awning that is virtually brand new. Also included is an electric hook up cable and gas bottle.

If you would like to know more please call John or Caroline on 01723 800062 - we have a full photo library with video and virtual viewing also available.

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.

More Notes Available

*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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