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WANTED What was it? 4 berth SWB Fiat (1 Viewer)

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I like that too, but its too long at 6m

I need something I can park at the beach in Javea and around supermarkets etc.

We are thinking of towing a caravan when not in the Villa. Then having the Smaller Fiat as a day van, travel/car to UK.

I really wanted a Mercedes Sprinter, like the window van I use daily at the moment. But converted, like the CS Amigo, they are very rare. All the CS Amigos or https://www.schwabenmobil.de City are all on manuals.

It also needs to Be Automatic (even if its a robotised manual).
 

bobandjanie

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Our vans 6m, don't have a problem most of the time, but when it's busy it's a job to park a bicycle. :LOL:

We park the van behind our apartment, and use someone else's space for our car, because even this time of the year it can be challenging finding a place to park. :LOL: Bob
 
OP
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Our vans 6m, don't have a problem most of the time, but when it's busy it's a job to park a bicycle. :LOL:

We park the van behind our apartment, and use someone else's space for our car, because even this time of the year it can be challenging finding a place to park. :LOL: Bob

Have you ever stayed on the French coast between Menton & Toulon?.

I’ve never understood why people complain about javea being busy I’m summer, it’s s breeze.

Anyway, if ever you’d a stuck for storage end of September to May, let me know. I will usually be able to help.
 

BwB

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The 540 Boxlife has single bunk beds at the rear instead of the double on the 600. Doesn't have a wardrobe either, which is no deal breaker. The 540 toilet cassette is removed through the bootspace which I thought would be a nuisance (having to clear some of the boot to get the cassette in and out) so chose the 600. I did like both the 540 and the 600 and was hesitant choosing the 600 as I was upsizing from a 5m van length. In practice the 600 hasn't been too much extra problem parking.
 
OP
OP
EuroTrotters
Jul 18, 2009
11,299
18,328
Manchester UK + Javea/Xabia Spain + Abu Dhabi
Funster No
7,543
MH
HYMER B644
Exp
2004
The 540 Boxlife has single bunk beds at the rear instead of the double on the 600. Doesn't have a wardrobe either, which is no deal breaker. The 540 toilet cassette is removed through the bootspace which I thought would be a nuisance (having to clear some of the boot to get the cassette in and out) so chose the 600. I did like both the 540 and the 600 and was hesitant choosing the 600 as I was upsizing from a 5m van length. In practice the 600 hasn't been too much extra problem parking.

Problem with where we park is that it is very often restricted.

I’ve parked 9m motorhomes where people thought it not possible. But need something more daily.

I am now looking at burstner city car. Thinking I might only ever travel 4 up (5 would be good).

Just not sure about towing A caravan with a FWD

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