Build quality will be much better in the le VoyagerAnd another what do you guys and girls think. I/we like this one and it's not far from us
Sorry you don't see any benefit from taking family members out in your MH.Ours is the same, it’s perfect and has got us out of taking family away on numerous occasions already and we have had it less than 3 months.... every cloud!
Yep there only a go between. As for warranty the motorhome will be on a ferry by July and on the continent as long as possible so cant see much point in a warranty. Once we have a front runner we will start looking in to all the paper work and checks you guys are on aboutI may be wrong... But... Isn`t Motorhome depot only acting agents... and sell private M-homes on commission....
If so what warranty will it have...
I like that layout...... means I would not have to sleep with the wife...
We have 2 extra seat belts but no family to take outSorry you don't see any benefit from taking family members out in your MH.
We have a four berth MH with five seat belts and we enjoy taking three of the grandkids out to places like Poolsbrook Country park and Clumber Park for a day out in the countryside and have a picnic meal outside or round the table inside if the weather isn't too good.
With only two seatbelts we couldn't do that.
Everyone to their own ......
Yuk suppose they are alright if you don't mind carrying a full set of tools, a staple gun, glue, screws and spare flimsy plastic parts with you. The Swift we had always had something that needed fixing and we bought it NEW. As for the age old adage of the previous owners will have got everything fixed either they got fed up with visiting the Dealer with numerous faults or they have just got fed up with it.
If you look under the nearside bed you will possibly find a heating system. This makes the bed unusable unless you enjoy being roasted alive. Loads of bells and whistles but you would be better off with a garage rather than an extra large bathroom which you only use on odd occasions during the day.
That’s only because not everyone is prepared to pay good money for an older quality van, it’s only overpriced if there is another one comparable but cheaper, that’s my take anyway.I put another thread on here and I think the general feeling was it was a bit pricey for an older van
What swift and age, also which heating system?
I have to admit, I looked at a couple of brand new Bessacarr on Saturday and the build quality was definitely not as good as our 2012.
The wardrobe door was hanging on by one hinge in one and the other had a sliding wardrobe door that hardly functioned.