Fiat Euramobil 650 SB-any comments please

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  1. Theonlysue

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    Supposed to be winterised down to minus 20 from what I read on here, Also seem well thought of. They are on my shortlist but I want one with a U shaped lounge at the back.:Smile:
     
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    Looks good. Best of all it's on the good old reliable chassis, no judders here. Low profile so should get good mpg.

    Price - looks like it needs a good haggle.
     
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    I notice that it is advertised as a 2007, I thought the old model ducato was replaced in early 2006. Could be it was built on old stock.
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    Check with dealer as to when it was first registered it could have been sitting on some forecourt for a couple of years :thumb:
     
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    You ain't had the current one 2 minutes Sue:Rofl1:
     
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    We've got a Eura Mobil 2007 on the old shape fiat chassis. They must have had a few sitting around in their compounds before they were registered. Cant fault it from the coachbuilders side, evrything is top quality and solid, no hiccups whatsoever, and great for the colder weather with no freezing problems. The fiat side of things has also been spot on. Go for it, you wont be dissapointed.:Wink:
     
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    I,ve got a Euramobil integra 810 A class. but I notice in the pics that many of the fittings are the same. I also have the Fiat 2.8 JTD base (prior to the X250 judder).
    The Euramobil bit is very well made and recently when I did have a problem with a a door roller blind not retracting they e mailed me instructions on how to remove door panel and how to re tension blind. Not bad service then I reckon from factory in Germany. I only get about 22 mpg but it is 27 feet and max 5000Kg,s
     
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    cant speak for the Fiat bit, but we have a 662 on a transit and are very very pleased, only fault in 3years and 24,000 miles one broken locker catch.
     
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