Nissan NV200 2/3 Birth Campervan
2012 (62) | 62,000 miles | Manual | 2/3 Birth | 4 belted seats
Pop-top roof giving over 6 feet standing space
M1 tested seat bed for safety and peace of mind when carrying passengers
Flush fitting twin burner hob and sink with tempered glass lid
Fully insulated and carpeted to the highest standard
240v hook-up and 20 metre cable
Two large cupboards and under-seat storage
12v cool box
Pop-up utility tent/awning
Fully re-classified as a campervan with the DVLA meeting all criteria
Professionally re-sprayed in Nissan Daytona Blue (logbook updated)
Childrenâs airbed can be used across the front seats
Start your adventure with this one-of-a-kind, no expense spared Nissan NV200 campervan. The reliable and cheap to run campervan returns 40-50mpg and is practical to use in carparks, narrow streets and on smaller sites, it even has a reversing camera. The campervan is fully insulated with loft type insulation, silver foil insulation, vapour barrier and air vents keeping you warm in winter and cool in summer and keeping condensation to a minimum. Donât be fooled by cheaper conversions lacking proper insulation.
The spacious interior provides over 6 feet of headroom with the pop top roof up and space for two adults to sleep comfortably on the M1 tested seat bed, giving you total peace of mind when carrying passengers. Thereâs more than enough storage in the twin kitchen cupboards and under the seat bed. The leisure battery powers the LED lights and sink tap and thereâs a 240v hook-up with 3x plug sockets. The 240v connection is discretely hidden under the rear bumper, no unsightly flaps on the vehicle side.
Unlike many other campervans this one is fully reclassified and compliant with the DVLA with the logbook updated. The conversion was completed in spring 2016. The van has been professionally re-sprayed in autumn 2017 in stunning Daytona Blue, an original Nissan colour, which makes the van really stand out from the crowd.
The superior conversion combined with the reliable and cheap to run base vehicle mean this campervan can be used all year round for weekends away and longer trips across the country and even Europe. It is equally at home wild camping in Scotland or on sunny sites on the South coast.