GOOD NEWS Nissan NV300 and e NV200 camper vans debut at Madrid Motor Show Automotive Cars News

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Nissan NV200 CamperCar by Sussex Campervans 01403 336 369 http://www.sussexcampervans.com The Sussex Campervans NV200 CamperCar is a full compact campervan, cunningly designed into a vehicle less than 14'6" long. It's taken all of our wealth of experience and love for the campervanning lifestyle to create something this lovely! You really can drive this NV200 campervan every day - it's shorter than a Ford Mondeo or Vauxhall Vectra, and very nimble, light and easy to drive. Finally: true freedom to turn every day into a little holiday and nip off at the drop of a hat. We've been building the CamperCar for several years now, and the Nissan NV200 been a massive hit with our clients. The Nissan NV200 has won praise for its good looks, excellent performance and fine engineering. An entirely new design, it is versatile and fun at the same time. Powered by the renowned Renault 1.5 dCi diesel common-rail engine, economy of mid-50's MPG is achieveable - in a campervan! Modern refinements are fitted as standard equipment, such as an excellent stereo with iPod connection, BlueTooth and steering-wheel control, a colour reversing camera for parking, electric windows and central locking. Visit us for a test drive - you might not want to drive home in your car. Anyway, if the size of a campervan has hitherto discouraged you from owning one, the Nissan NV200 CamperCar from http://www.sussexcampervans.com could just change all that. Come over and see for yourself - you're most welcome! 01403 336 369 http://www.sussexcampervans.com

Elnagh 2019 - Anteprime Camper - Motorhome Preview

Un anno di rivoluzione il 2019 di Elnagh: tornano, infatti, i motorhome Magnum, completamente ridisegnati negli esterni e negli interni e disponibili in quattro versioni con lunghezze di 6,9 e 7.4 metri e layout interni con matrimoniale trasversale, letti gemelli o matrimoniale centrale nautico. Identico livello di dettaglio e stesso stile interno anche per i profilati con basculante T-Loft, anch'essi proposti nelle varianti 450, 530, 531 e 581. Per tutti, di serie riscaldamento a gasolio Truma Combi Diesel.

Review of 2018 Hymer Aktiv 1.0 | 20 Foot Camper Van that Sleeps 4

A detailed review of the 2018 Erwin Hymer Aktiv 1.0 - a 20 foot camper van that can sleep 4. Subscribe to my channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/ultramobility​?sub_confirmation=1 ** More about this video ** The big difference between European and North American camper van buyers is the age of the buyer. In Europe families buy camper vans. In North America retirees do. Families need more berths for sleeping. Retired couples do not. But the class B market in North America is changing - younger buyers with families are coming onto the scene and Erwin Hymer is ready to usher them into the Hymer Aktiv. The Hymer Aktiv 1.0 is built on the shorter 19 foot 6 inch in length Ram Promaster chassis. That's a front wheel drive, gas chassis based on the wildly popular Ducato chassis in Europe. It's shorter length puts it in direct competition with the 19 foot 6 inch Mercedes Sprinter and all the benefits of driving a camper van that can park in a standard length parking spot. Better still, it rings in at thousands of dollars less than the Mercedes vans. The biggest selling point of the Aktiv 1.0 is that it can sleep 4 people. There's a permanent bed in the rear where two adults can sleep comfortably and an optional second bed can be made in the front by converting the front lounge to a small bed. That means this little van can carry 4 passengers with shoulder restraints and sleep them as well. It's all because of that wonderful front lounge - bright, open and spacious it is the center piece of the Aktiv line of products. The large sky light combined with the double paned acrylic side windows and cab windows give you pretty much windows all around. The table flips up from the driver's side of the van and then extends neatly to accommodate 4 people when the cab seats swivel around. I really like that the table easily folds down when you don't want it. It mean you don't need to find a place to stow the table when it's not in use. The galley is surprisingly large for a van this short. There's plenty of soft close drawers for pots and pans and plates; a cupboard above and a sliver of kitchen storage between the jump seats and bathroom facing the aisle-way. There's a compressor refrigerator and a small microwave. I'm not too keen on the material for the counter tops nor the painting for the backsplash. I'd much prefer the treatments found on the European model (called the Yosemite). They look higher end. The bathroom is small but ingeniously designed with a cassette toilet (no black tank) and a flip down sink. The cassette toilet can be swiveled around out of the way to make more room when you need to shower. Brilliant. There's a large fantastic fan dedicated to the bathroom and two mirrors. There's also a bamboo floor insert which dresses up the bathroom. The only thing I wished they'd included from the European model is a window behind the flip down sink. The bedroom is in the rear of the van and features a permanent bed that can be flipped up when not in use. This creates a large space for hauling gear or luggage. When you want to use the bed, just flip it down - there's still a gigantic space underneath the bed where cargo can be stored. The mattress looks comfortable to sleep on. It's thick and uses memory foam. Wooden slates support the mattress and give you excellent air flow underneath. There are lots of cabinets above and below for storage. Component wise the Aktiv I reviewed had 400 amp hours of lithium batteries, the Truma Combi combined heating and water heater along with ducted heating, solar panels, a 2000w inverter and Voltstart. The advertised price was $89k which is a very compelling price for everything you get. I highly recommend the Hymer Aktiv 1.0 for any family with kids or grandkids who want a camper van that can park anywhere and sleep 4. The quality of the Aktiv in my estimation is higher than the Travato 59G and Erwin Hymer offers their excellent 6 year warranty to boot. Thumbs up to Erwin Hymer for creating such a compelling camper vans for families. Check out my other camper van buying advice here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sSGqpSYTNU&list=PLLa6GUUz-_eA2fJ9SjP9xFNy4q9-iVWhX Check out my class b van reviews here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGGJHPuwGxM&list=PLLa6GUUz-_eAZLBhVq8wRS80G0c9tCWpg Got camper van quesitons? I've got answers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zX5iMghsMl0&list=PLLa6GUUz-_eDol020lFx7BZxo4bjgI1zl You'll love my 360 degree video tours: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5jkWmRG_D4&list=PLLa6GUUz-_eAmyS6T_cRAyipVWyWZbud_ Join me Thursdays at 11am PST for my Live Stream: https://youtube.com/c/ultramobility/live Watch my past Live Streams for tons of useful information: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnHtECNOIiU&list=PLLa6GUUz-_eB1kLiNbdqN1fLhuW8GBrvv Equipment I Use: ✳Yi 360 VR Camera https://amzn.to/2nivFyD ✳Insta360 One https://amzn.to/2OS4Y0n ✳Zoom audio recorders https://amzn.to/2npQPeB ✳Mavic Air Drone https://amzn.to/2vnUZYM

Real-world Road Test! Nissan e-NV200 Combi 2014 Review

A review of the 2014 Nissan e-NV200 Combi, including details of a 500-mile roadtrip. How does an electric car stack up on a long-distance journey? How does the e-NV200 compare with the Nissan Leaf? What's with the rear wiper?! As ever, this non-budget feature is brought to you by Ian Seabrook, using a Mobius Action Camera. No budget, no script. More car-related stuff at www.classichub.wordpress.com

New - NV200 CamperCar SX - Sussex Campervans

Nissan NV200 CamperCar by Sussex Campervans 01403 336 369 http://www.sussexcampervans.com The Sussex Campervans NV200 CamperCar is a full compact campervan, cunningly designed into a vehicle less than 14'6" long. It's taken all of our wealth of experience and love for the campervanning lifestyle to create something this lovely! You really can drive this NV200 campervan every day - it's shorter than a Ford Mondeo or Vauxhall Vectra, and very nimble, light and easy to drive. Finally: true freedom to turn every day into a little holiday and nip off at the drop of a hat. We've been building the CamperCar for several years now, and the Nissan NV200 been a massive hit with our clients. The Nissan NV200 has won praise for its good looks, excellent performance and fine engineering. An entirely new design, it is versatile and fun at the same time. Powered by the renowned Renault 1.5 dCi diesel common-rail engine, economy of mid-50's MPG is achieveable - in a campervan! There's also a petrol automatic version which can be converted to run on LPG too... Modern refinements are fitted as standard equipment, such as an excellent stereo with iPod connection, BlueTooth and steering-wheel control, a colour reversing camera for parking, electric windows and central locking. Visit us for a test drive - you might not want to drive home in your car. Anyway, if the size of a campervan has hitherto discouraged you from owning one, the Nissan NV200 CamperCar from http://www.sussexcampervans.com could just change all that. Come over and see for yourself - you're most welcome! 01403 336 369 http://www.sussexcampervans.com

We're big fans of camper vans here at Autoblog, particularly forbidden fruit like the Volkswagen California. Maybe it's a wave of nostalgia coming back, but vans are cool and you won't convince us otherwise. That's why we're so excited about this pair of concepts from the 2018 Madrid Motor Show in Spain: the Nissan NV300 Camper and all-electric e-NV200 camper. The best part is, both are going into production, at least in Spain.

There's little info beyond the images, but the pair look pretty cool with their Volkswagen-inspired two-tone paint scheme. Other than the paint, visual changes include painted steel wheels and white decals along the bottom. Both are fitted with bike racks, roll-out shades and pop-up roof tents. Inside, both vans have a small kitchenette that includes a refrigerator, sink, range and dining table. There is room for two beds, one in the roof and one down below. Both vans have heating.

Power for the e-NV200 is stored in a 40 kWh battery pack. It's good for about 124 miles of range, but your mileage may vary. The NV300 is powered by a 1.6-liter turbo diesel, an engine we don't get here in the U.S. Both can be ordered from Spanish Nissan dealers now, and with any luck the rest of the world will eventually get them too.Automotive Cars News,Camper Vans Overview, 2018 Camper Vans Overview, 2018 Nissan NV300, 2018 Nissan e-NV200, 2018 Nissan, 2018 NV300, 2018 e-NV200, Nissan NV300, Nissan e-NV200, Nissan, NV300, e-NV200, Nissan NV300 Camper Van, Nissan e-NV200 Camper Van, Nissan Camper Van, NV300 Camper Van, e-NV200 Camper Van, Camper Van, 2018 Camper Van,nissan, review, nissan nv200 cargo van, campervan, caravan, camper van, 2018, vw phaeton, camping, overland, mixflip, ev, video, funny, cute car, luxury, new car, car, exotic car, supercar, ford, ford gt40, 2017 ford gt, new ford gt, ford gt, phaeton w12 vw, w12 engine, vw w12, volkswagen w12, vw phaeton w12, phaeton w12, phaeton, survival, volkswagen phaeton, electric van, nissan e nv200 ev, longer ranger, demuro, doug demuro, chevrolet ss-r,

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