laika A class (1 Viewer)

Aug 18, 2011
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Hi,, does any one have any knowledge of Laika A class motor homes of the late 90s . May go and view one on a iveco chassis. Would you think it will be well insulated and any ideas of reliability of Ivecos with 2.8 engine. Thanks...BUSBY...
 

Terry

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Dec 27, 2007
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Iveco are ultra reliable so long as you keep them oiled and watered (y)-Laikia well screwed together (y)-although some are dark :(All in all not a bad thing but requires all the usual checks :)
terry
 
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We bought a 2003 Laika A class just before Christmas and we have only been out a few times so far, but have to say we're more than happy with it...
Ours is on the Fiat though...
 
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We had a 2002 Laika 100 ecovip on the Iveco 2.8 (4.2 tonne). Well built inside although outside flaps for fuel/water/locker were a bit flimsy but I would have modded them had we kept it. As said above - kept it oiled and watered and it was fine although more like driving a truck than the Fiats we have had.
 
Oct 15, 2012
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We have a Fiat based 2001 Laika Ecovip 7r it's a great bit of Italian engineering. Well insulated, well built, would recommend a Laika to anyone. (y)

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bertie burstner

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Our previous motorhome was a Laika Ecovip 400i 2001 plate, Iveco 2.8 chassis. Lovely van very well built, and very reliable. As previously said it was more like driving a truck but as its on a Iveco chassis thats what it is ! And again needs to be used as if left idle the gears stiffened, but drove like a dream however.
 

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