THE CAMPERCAR SX
So there I was, driving down the M1 and I spotted a nimble-looking van on the other carriageway. I have to admit, I turned my head to watch as it drove past. It looked into it and found out that I had just seen my first Nissan NV200!
What really appealed to me was the look of it. Here was something that was crying out to be transformed into a campervan. I found out that no-one else was building a campervan based on the NV200 and so I bought one for me and the chaps in the workshop to play with. Building a fully-featured campervan with seating for four and sleeping for two in a compact van like the Nissan took quite a lot of thinking and all our combined resourcefulness. After trialling several designs, finally we had something which we felt was just right. The NV200 CamperCar SX was born – a practical camper, with thoughtful functional design features, that’s really nimble and easy to manoeuvre. Another plus is that we can source an automatic gearbox version, if required.
All our new campervans come with our latest SX system – an underslung LPG tank and heater, with an external BBQ point. The LPG tank powers the heating and twin-burner hob. Plus there’s a fantastic new user-friendly control panel. From this control panel you can switch the LED lights on and off individually, turn the gas supply, fridge and heater on and off. There are dials to tell you how much LPG is left in the tank, and also the condition of both the vehicle and leisure batteries. There are even twin USB ports and a 12V ‘cigarette lighter style socket, and circuit-breakers on the panel – it’s all so easy to use. Solar panels are now an option, too.
I can build your Nissan NV200 CamperCar SX from £28,995 (“brand new secondhand”), or from £34,995 (brand new).
- Pop-Top roof
- 4 belted seats
- 2-3 berth
- LED lighting
- Single passenger swivel seat
- 50L fridge with freezer compartment
- SMEV hob & sink unit
- Optional privacy glass
- Under-slung LPG tank
- External LPG barbecue point
- USB and 12V battery sockets
- User-friendly control panel
- Optional solar panel
- Mains hook up & 12v system with leisure battery
- Hand-finished furniture & upholstery
- Rock ‘n’ Roll bed 3’3″ x 6′
Sample Specification (Tekna)
- Engine dCi 110
- Transmission Manual (6-speed) or Automatic
- Power/Torque 240Nm
- Top speed (where law permits) 105 mph
- CO2 130 g/km
- Combined MPG 57.6 mpg
- Braking system Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with brake assist
- Security Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD)
- Height with Pop-top (down) approx. 1.95m
- Vehicle length 4.4m
- Vehicle width without mirrors 1.695m
- Vehicle width with mirrors 2.011m
Take to the road in an NV200 CamperCar
- Your CamperCar can be fitted with a choice of alloy wheels for a comfortable ride.
- The elevated driving position in the NV200 makes driving a breeze, with everything in easy reach as well as great visibility.
- The CamperCar’s large wing mirrors give a clear view to the sides. For extra peace of mind, we can install a reversing camera to help squeeze into those tight spots.
- With built in radio, sat-nav and bluetooth, driving off on your adventures couldn’t be easier in your CamperCar! (selected models only)
Take a look inside the NV200 CamperCar
- The passenger seat swivels around to create a functional living space – perfect for a cosy cuppa or meal for up to three people.
- The kitchen is fitted with a 35 litre fridge, double gas hob and a sink with cold running water. There’s even an ice box – perfect for summer getaways.
- Our own design of Rock ‘n’ Roll seat converts into a comfortable bed for two. We can customise it to suit you – hard, soft or even memory foam.
- Our campervans are fully carpeted to eliminate cool spots, combined with out thermostatically controlled heating system – cooler mornings or chilly nights won’t be a problem.
Let’s settle down for the night in our patented Rock ‘n’ Roll beds
To transform the belted rear seat into a double bed, just pull the lever and back rest towards you, then when it’s down slide the top section of the bed towards the back, closing the gap. It takes just a few seconds – voila!
How easy was that? And it’s just as quick in the morning to turn the bedroom into your breakfast room.