This vehicle is a brand-new, delivery miles, Ascot Grey VW T6.1 SWB Manual 110PS Highline, arriving April 2022. It will be converted to our very high spec Pioneer Prestige conversion with RIB seat/bed, ready to drive away in May.
Browse the specification or finance options now, and book a viewing to our unique showroom as soon as possible. Here you will see our high quality campervans on display, and discuss any changes to the planned spec you wish to make.
Once your happy with your final choices, we take a deposit and this van is yours!
– Air Con
– Adaptive Cruise Control
– Apple CarPlay / Android Auto
– Front & Rear Parking sensors
– Heated Front Windscreen
– Powerfold Mirrors
– 18″ Momo Alloys
– Black Side Bars
– Gloss Black VW Badges, front grill and lower bumper inserts
– M1 RIB Seat/Bed
– M1 TUV Skyline Poptop roof with scenic canvas
– M1 Double Swivel Seat
– Eberspacher Heater
– Solar Panel
– Pioneer Rear Speakers
– Fridge/Freezer & Sink/Hob
– 12v & 240v Charging & Power System
– Gas & Electric Tested & Certificated
camper_versions® ORIGINAL products:
– Starry Night Ceiling™
– Sliding Door Table Store™
– Feature Side Wall™ with integrated curtains
All our conversions come with a 3 years warranty, that covers the whole conversion including appliances. The vehicle will also be covered by a manufacturer’s warranty of up to 3 years, depending on when the vehicle was first registered. For example, a VW T6 Transporter registered on the 1st of Jan 2019, will have 2 years warranty remaining on the 1st Jan 2020.
In 2019 the DVLA stopped all vehicles being re-registered as campervans, if they had been converted from a panel van. They also increased the cost for the initial road fund licence for motorhomes from £240 up to £2,135! There is also another tax of £320 per year, on top of the annual road tax for the first 5 years, if the list price of the vehicle is over £40,000. In short, no it won’t be registered as a campervan, but nor would you want it to. Even if it was possible, there will be an increase in road tax, planned for re-registered vehicles very soon.
This doesn’t affect using it, or the insurance covering it. When the DVLA stopped re-registering, all major campervan insurance companies changed their policies, to fully cover converted campervans to their true value, providing that the conversion was carried out by a professional, reputable company. So, it matters more than ever that you purchase from a professional campervan conversion company like camper_versions®, otherwise you may end up with something that you are unable to obtain insurance cover for.
All our ready-to-go campervans come with an M1 tested rock & roll seat/bed with seatbelts, and have been fitted to the manufacturer’s guidelines. This means that they are safe for anyone to travel in.
Yes, you can fit a child’s car seat, in the same way you would in a car with a seatbelt. We don’t offer an Isofix system, but generally Isofix is just a quicker method of fitting the child’s car seat and isn’t necessarily safer.
Yes, it can. Its load bearing is 200kg, which is over 30 stones. Generally it would be used for children, as the additional poptop roof slopes down, so it does get narrower towards the rear of the campervan.
We’ve partnered with Pegasus Finance that can help you obtain the vehicle you want, at a monthly price, which may be no different than leasing your current vehicle. You can’t holiday in your car, but you can in a camper_versions® campervan, whilst still using it just like car. Our campervans are used daily for commuting to work or going shopping or collecting the kids from school. However, unlike a car, at the weekend they become a base camp for a family adventure. They are vehicles to use for days-on-end, whilst enjoying your favourite hobby or sport, or even just somewhere to boil the kettle and have a brew, whilst sitting in awe at the mountain you’ve just hiked.
The UK economy will be enduring its toughest time imaginable, in the coming years after Coronavirus. By holidaying in the UK, in a campervan, you will be helping Great Britain’s economy to recover, by spending your income in the UK. There is so much of the UK to explore, with breath-taking scenery, fantastic people and activities for every kind of person. You’ve just got to make that first step and purchase your campervan. If we have to social distance for the foreseeable future, what better way to get away on holiday safely than in a campervan.