Where to buy abroad?

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  1. colyboy

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    Where abroad is the best place to buy, a Hymer ? Germany or Belgium?
    What about extras such as cooker, Satellite etc
    Address's phone numbers etc if possible please.

    Colyboy
     
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  2. Zepp

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    Also interested in this thread hope to buy next year
     
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    There is a lot of info already on the forum if you use the forum search facility you will find hundreds of posts on importing, you can refine your search by clicking on the more button.
    Once you have had a good read come back ask us for anything you still need to know.
     
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    Be quick...

    if the "Little Islanders" get their way, it might be more complicated than it is at the moment...

    JJ :cool:
     
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  6. oldosc

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    Had a Chausson for 18 years, Lucky can fix things, had 3 boxes (fiat trouble) but did 180000milesa then gave up. Lady J grew fed up with seeing my ankles only.Drove to Dortmund bought new discounted HYMER..now 6 years old.one day clean looks new.
    THIS ccompany is ACE biggest dealer of HYMERS in Europe..
    They speak perfect English, nothing too much trouble.can guarantee export help.
    Hymers are not cheap but amazing quality.
    in 2011 I gave 43000 Euro for the Exsis, new but 1 year old model can still recover a little profit.
    If you tend to travel in Europe A left hand drive makes sense . (difficult to overtake with a right hand drive veh) Also if Brexit comith, and you wish to sell you can get a better price in Europe for a Hymer.
    Old men get garalous, hope this not too much info
    www.duerrwang.de (the web site translates effortlessly)
     
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    PS they do an eyewatering range of used as well)
     
  8. Robert Clark

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    That's who I just ordered my new van from
    They also speak the English if you call them on the telephone
     
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    Another vote for Durrwang, bought our new Flair there in 2015. They have some serious clout with the factories!
     
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    Michael

    What does the 'Clout' achieve? Better price, earlier delivery?

    If you prefer, answer by Private Message either on here or N+B Forum.

    Geoff
     
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    Will PM you.
     
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