Why do we use Japanese Toyota's as the base vehicle? Japan has snow and ice but instead of salt, chemicals are used on the roads! Salt is the main cause of rust on UK vehicles - The condition of Japanese imports is unbelievable, 10 year old cars look brand new underneath. Plus they are high spec with power steering, automatic transmission, twin air bags, have air conditioning, with electric windows, central locking . The Toyota's are a superb vehicle being responsive, quiet, comfortable and reliable.
Japan is relatively small and highly populated, cars there tend to do fewer miles than in the UK plus, in general, the Japanese look after their cars far more meticulously. Also in Japan, they have a 'Shaken test', similar to our MOT test, but stricter; therefore it is costly to keep older cars on the road.
Our Campervans Are...
- High Specification
- Low Mileage
- RUST FREE
- Include a Brand New Conversion
- Include a Brand New Roof
- All Campers have at least 4 belted seats
- A Mikuni petrol powered heater
- Roof mounted slar panel
- Fully prepared in our own workshop and Waxoyled
All our vans come with 12 months MOT test - 6 months warranty - Full service (including cam belt change when applicable) - Waxoyled underneath to prevent corrosion from the British weather.
Running costs: Insurance is typically between £200 and £300 depending on your address, age, etc. Road tax is currently £270 per year.
An annual service and MOT test by us is approximately £240 including VAT.
See the "Vehicles Sales" section for models available and "arriving soon" for vehicles due in but not yet converted.
If you decide you want to buy one of the arriving soon vehicles we can build it for you with your choice of interior. and all we require is a £5000 deposit with the balance payable on collection.
- Base vehicles available:
- Petrol 2 litre 2 wheel drive Hiace. (Conforms to London Emmission Zone regulations.)
- Petrol 3.4 litre V6 2 wheel drive Granvia .(Conforms to London Emmission Zone regulations.)
- All have automatic transmission.