Its a cool Caravan (1 Viewer)

Jaws

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Its an inside out Swift...



keeps the water on the outside !!!
 
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Why are the two USB and HDMI slots in the side so big? :ROFLMAO:

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Paul your not thinking of turning to the dark side and becoming a tugger are you :(

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pappajohn

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If only motorhomes were built to the same standards.
One piece thermally efficient body fixed to a hermetically sealed box section chassis with rubber isolator mounts.
Oh, and just under 2 tonnes.
 

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I have to say I like it ....it's very clever

Although I'm not sure I see the benefit over just buying a expedition style motor home

I'll bet it's not cheap
 

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£72,650... Give or take a quid.
Aye but that's the from price

I'll bet the model in the video is not the basic one....the ususlly always show the one with all bells and whistles..

Probably about 90k then add a good 4x4 to tug it with.

It's cool but I still don't think it would go the same places an expedition truck would go.


I suppose it's a similar argument to a caravan or motorhome normally ....But then I don't suppose if you were going to leave that on a site there would be much point.

Think I'd still be more inclined to buy something like this
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pappajohn

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Aye but that's the from price

I'll bet the model in the video is not the basic one....the ususlly always show the one with all bells and whistles..

Probably about 90k then add a good 4x4 to tug it with.

It's cool but I still don't think it would go the same places an expedition truck would go.


I suppose it's a similar argument to a caravan or motorhome normally ....But then I don't suppose if you were going to leave that on a site there would be much point.

Think I'd still be more inclined to buy something like this View attachment 303483 View attachment 303484

How much more do you want though?

Interior:

  • Full-sized queen double mattress (153cm x 203cm): Standard
  • Bedside storage with charging for electrical items: Standard
  • Bed side bookshelf: Standard
  • Sky window above main bed: Standard
  • Interior clothing storage – shelving: Standard
  • Interior storage under bed – drawers: Standard
  • Storage cupboards located on walls, beside bedhead and around entryway: Standard
  • Diesel powered internal heating system: Standard
  • Stainless steel handles and fixtures with soft close cabinets: Standard
  • Marine grade flooring materials for durability and water resistance: Standard
  • Main lounge converts into bunk bed: Standard
  • Internal adjustable dining table at lounge: Standard
  • LED internal lighting throughout: Standard
  • Marine grade soft touch roof liner in white: Standard
  • Windows with reflective blinds and insect window mesh: Standard
  • Interior diesel heating system: Standard
  • 4 x 12v outlets: Standard
  • 8 x USB outlets: Standard
  • 2 x 240V outlets: Standard
  • 2x Internal adjustable fans: Standard
Exterior:

  • Large front nose box storage area: Standard
  • LED taillights and sidelights: Standard
  • Bruder mud flaps: Standard
  • Under carriage winch mounting point: Standard
  • Under carriage recovery points: Standard
  • Bruder black body colour: Standard
  • 30mm engineered closed cell epoxy bonded composite body (30mm floor, walls and roof): Standard
  • Body Insulation R-value over 5.1: Standard
  • Interior pressurisation system: Standard
  • Electric awning over kitchen area: Standard
  • Dual filtered drinking water outlet: Standard
  • External (and internal) hot & cold showers: Standard
  • External (and internal) kitchen access: Standard
  • External fridge freezer: Standard
  • Drop down external table: Standard
  • Premium double layered tinted windows with reflective block out blinds and built-in mesh: Standard
  • On board compressor: Standard
  • Rear access door with built-in mesh: Standard
  • Rear and side storage compartments: Standard
  • Rear LED courtesy lights and roof lights: Standard
Technical:

  • Bruder EXP patented suspension system: Standard
  • 12″ inch adjustable wheel travel: Standard
  • Suspension adjustment control unit: Standard
  • Manual Bruder suspension override: Standard
  • 8 x Remote canister mono tube shock absorbers: Standard
  • Emergency dual axle conversion capability: Standard
  • Load sharing & fully independent suspension system (operator can switch between systems depending on
  • terrain and towball weight requirements): Standard
  • 4-wheel ventilated disc brakes: Standard
  • 17×8 Alloy wheels with five-stud pattern and 285/70/17 33” tires: Standard
  • Winch mount point: Standard
  • 2x Recovery points: Standard
  • Certified engineered body construction: Standard
  • Certified engineered chassis: Standard
  • Certified engineered suspension: Standard
  • High-density rubber body mounts separating body from chassis: Standard
  • ADR, Euro and America road standard compliance: Standard
Kitchen:

  • 60L Engle external fridge & freezer: Standard
  • Internal (and external) kitchen shelving access: Standard
  • Aluminium pull down shutters: Standard
  • Stainless steel sink and filtered water system: Standard
  • Slide out composite kitchen: Standard
  • Webber BabyQ cooker: Standard
  • Marine grade carpet lining for walls: Standard
  • Stainless steel fixtures: Standard
  • Soft close drawers: Standard
  • Water pressuring pump and adjustable tap: Standard
  • LED external kitchen lighting: Standard
  • In-body 170L water tank: Standard
  • Diesel powered hot water system: Standard
  • 2x USB outlets: Standard
Water:

  • 170 litre main drinking water tank located inside body (additional water tanks and remote water pickup system, optional)
  • Diesel powered hot water system
Amenities:

  • Interior composite bathroom with vanity, toilet and cupboard storage: Standard
  • Interior hot & cold shower: Standard
  • External hot & cold shower: Standard
Electrical:

  • Touchpad Bruder electronics control: Standard
  • Wi-Fi smartphone compatibility to control & monitor electrics: Standard
  • 225 a/h Lithium battery: Standard
  • MPPT solar charger: Standard
  • 600W solar (2x portable blanket): Standard
  • 240/110v charger: Standard
  • 4 x 12v outlets: Standard
  • 8 x USB outlets: Standard
  • 2x Internal adjustable fans: Standard
 
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Why has it got big chunky tyres?

It doesn't grip anything..

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This was one rig I had in Australia , supposed "Bush" capable caravan , lifted suspension , oversize tyres . heavy duty chassis, but it was still a high maintenance vehicle if used off the bitumen, the corrugated tracks fretted any joints in furniture. cabinets etc . and spring components and shock absorbers didn't last all that long .
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and dont mention the red dust !!!
 
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Zepp

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Paul your not thinking of turning to the dark side and becoming a tugger are you :(

No way I've nearly got the new van fixed we are booked into the dealers on Monday for the last few jobs to be done

2 new blinds

Fix Sat Dish wiring

Fix engine battery drain

Im sure there is afew other jobs to do, but it will be like a new van again oops sorry I forgot it is a new van ;):LOL::LOL::LOL:

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