This is the ultimate motorhome for a family trip up to 6 people. Large and spacious inside - with all the comforts of home - the automatic transmission is surprisingly easy to drive and handles beautifully. It has a versatile interior, fully optioned with a generous kitchen, bathroom and many more stunning features which make life on the road a life in affordable luxury. Behind the drivers cabin is belted seating for 4 and dining for 6. Your home sweet home on the road!
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Driver's Cab only
Rear cabin heating operates on Diesel for heating at any time (other than when driving) and also a 240V fan heater is supplied for when plugged in at a camping ground.
This vehicle has positioning for a total of four child restraints. Two baby seats (three years and under) can be fitted to the rear forward facing seat with a baby bolt. OR four booster seats (minimum four years of age) can be fitted to the rear dinette seat with a lap-sash belt.
Please advise the age and weight of the Baby/Child during booking.
Holding capacity of 95 litres. It is recommended to fill this tank daily.
Holding tank for grey waste water generated from the shower and kitchen sink. Disposable at all camp grounds and dump sites.
Water heater works on diesel and is operated by a switch. Water will be heated after approximately 15 minutes.
Between driver's cab and living area.
Exterior access: Side door with pull out doorstep. Ensure this is pushed in when driving.
Fridge Freezer: The fridge operates on 12V battery whilst driving and on 240V mains when plugged in at a camp ground. The fridge will automatically switch over between the two supplies. Fridge capacity 60 litres.
Gas cooker: 4 burner cooker with griller, ignited by match.
Gas bottle: 1 x 9kg gas bottle. The gas bottle is located in the external storage locker on the passenger's side of the vehicle. Bottle has an 'ON/OFF' tap on it. Please ensure it is in 'OFF' position when not in use and when driving.
Microwave: The microwave operates from 240V only so the vehicle must be plugged into mains power to operate
AM/FM Radio, DVD Player
Ample cupboard space, storage under seats at rear of vehicle and hanging wardrobe.
Over Cab bed: – 2.10m x 1.55m
Front Dinette: – 1.95m x 1.25m
Rear Slide Out: - 1.92m x 1.30m
This may vary due to the use of air-conditioning, temperature and terrain.
240V mains and 12V battery. The 240V mains power operates when the exterior power cable is plugged in at a camp ground. There are two 12V batteries, one for starting the engine, and the other for domestic 12V system. This system includes water pump and fridge. Batteries are recharged by engine alternator while driving and when connected to a powered site.
Airbags: Driver airbag only.
Equipment Provided: Plates & bowls, Cups & glasses, Knives, forks & spoons, Bottle & can opener, Mixing bowls & colander, Saucepans & frying pan, Cooking utensils, Chopping board, Kettle, Tea towel, Toaster, Toilet chemicals, Dustpan and brush, Bucket & hose, Broom, Matches, Coat hangers, Clothes pegs.
Linen & Bedding Provided: Pillow & Pillowcase, Duvet & Sheet, Towel, Blanket.
Certified Self Contained
lllustrations and text in any of the brochures or website are a representation only of the vehicle depicted. Variances in the vehicles offered for rental may occur due to substitutions made by Freedom or modifications and/or upgrades to the vehicle design made by the manufacturer.
From: Carla B.
“Very old and in need of serious maintenance. Awning fell off on day one storage compartments opened when driving ”
From: Gustavo G.
“Disgusting experience with Freedom Campers, batteries didn't work, the home battery started to warm, toxic smoke started to get out inside the camper. We call Freedom Campers for help, they never picked up the phone untill 72 hs later. we decided to return the camper, arriving 1day before. Employee Ryan Stewart mistreat me telling that the batt was running ok and doubting about the malfunction. Freedom Campers put in danger mine and my family health. DANGEROUS CAMPERS!!!”
From: Jan s.
“The vehicles (we had 2) definitely have had their fair share of abuse. A lot of milage on the meter and the interior was rather run down. Experienced some issues with the first vehicle which was leaking coolant fluids but we did receive however a new motorhome which drove more pleasant. However, overall quality of the vehicles (10 years and 310K milage) is somewhat poor and rather noisy.”
From: Johan B.
“Very good engine but accessories are a bit out of date. Enough place for 5 people. It was a good experience.”
From: Evangelos A.
“Everything's fine. Nothing bad to say.”
“There were a number of issues with the camper which I made the company aware of when we returned to camper. We were compensated $110ish for the inconvenience but I personally don't think that was enough considering we had no hot water for 8 of the 10 days we had the camper. ”
From: Kathy T.
“Merc engine was great, interior of campervan was well-worn! Cips securing doors kept loosening which meant doors flying open as you drove. NO sharp knife in kitchen or a chopping board - two essentials! For first timers, instructions at hand over was poor and manuals supplied were devoid of detail. Had lots of problems with water pump - seemed to run out very quickly (perhaps a leak) and we had groaning and gurgling noises often - possibly air pocket but we didn't know how to get rid of it!”
From: William D.
“1: the grill door was totally broken we had to roll up at towel and push it into the opening with the door open to stop to horrible rattle and the two left burners would not stay on 2: the shower door would not stay closed 3: the remote for the TV was not in the van 4: the van manual for a flat tyre said to refer to ford manual which was not provided which necessitated a $140 AA call out tonavethe tyre changed 5: various screws vibrated loose ”
From: Keith I.
“Hi There,The vehicle is a little aged but went well.Fuel consumption was surprisingly good, we got over 8km to the litre.It was clean and well provide for as far as cutley,crockery and linen was concerned. Pickup was easy and pleasant.We had a problem with the heater making a noise and the door lock was stiff and noisy to close. I felt the extra daily insurance cost excessive ( maybe you can look at a better alternative.) The Picton drop off cost was high. ”
From: Fo K.
“The first camper van that was provided was faulty, we were given a second newer camper van but his too had its issues. ”
From: Andre M.
“Fold-out bed too small for adult and unusable. Camper smelt damp, linen was unclean (smelled of sweat, had blood stains), exterior was unwashed. Otherwise OK.”
From: Murray H.
“Fridge may need service, as went most the time.”
From: Rod M.
“I was completely satisfied with my Camper Travel experience. ”