This vehicle is all about luxury on 4 wheels, designed with all the features of a full sized motorhome for maximum living in an easily navigable space. It offers practical, easy living with multiple access options for great indoor/outdoor flow. It’s the perfect adventurer’s vehicle – imagine coming home after a busy day of activities to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee and surrounded by all the comforts on the road. The luxurious interior has a cosy design to enjoy everything at your fingertips with ample space to stretch and relax on your king size bed. Welcome to the great indoors!
Ford Transit No Vehicle Age Guaranteed*
Air-conditioning Driver's Cab and Living Area. (240 V)
A/C (240V) and gas heater.
Baby seats cannot travel in these vehicles due to front passenger airbags.
By law in New Zealand all children under five years of age must be in an "approved" child restraint. An adult safety belt is not considered to be a suitable restraint for a child under five. An "approved" restraint is one which is suitable for the age, size and weight of the child.
Please advise age and weight of the child upon booking.
100 Liters capacity. It is recommended to fill this tank daily.
82 Liters capacity. Holding tank for grey waste water generated from the shower and the kitchen sink. Disposable at camping grounds and dump sites.
Hot and cold pressurized (240V/ heat exchange).
Front and side doors
Microwave:can be use when connected to the campground
Gas Cooker: 2 burner gas hob
Gas Bottle: 1 x 4.5 kg
Fridge Freezer: 90 liters capacity
AM/FM Radio / CD Player
Auxiliary (MP3/iPod) input
12V Cigarette Lighter which is suitable to charge up video camera batteries
Ample cupboard space plus additional luggage storage available at the depot. Security Safe.
Extra Large Bed: 2.0m x x1.7m or
2 Single Beds: 2.0m x 0.65m, 1.8m x 0.8m
Approximately 14 Liters per 100km. This does depend on how the vehicle is driven.
240V, 1x 12V house battery and solar power.
Extras: Voltmeter, tank monitors, 240 V battery charger, DVD and safe
Linen & Bedding Provided (per person): Bed Sheets, 1x Pillow, 1x Pillow Case, 1x Bath Towel, 1x Duvet/Sleeping Bag, 1x Blanket
Equipment provided: Crockery, cutlery, cooking utensils, pots, frypan, grater, chopping board, colander, potato peeler, salad/serving bowls, storage containers, toaster, kettle, teapot, coffee plunger, bucket, brush and shovel, teatowels, heater, electric jug, cloths pegs and line, LPG gas bottle.
Certified Self Contained
Illustrations and text in any of our 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 Tui or modifications and/or upgrades to the vehicle design made by the manufacturer.
From: Jodie O.
“Very happy with the tui camper and look forwRd to returning next year”
From: Michelle B.
“We were very satisfied with our vehicle. The only thing that we can suggest is adding tongs and scissors in the kitchen items.”
From: Mark W.
“The vehicle broke down . Poor maintenance of the battery and engine being the cause. It took two days to fix.”
From: Alan G.
“Hi, the vehicle engine was great, shower and toilet the same. However, the auxiliary battery wants replacing with a deep cycle battery as the every day use the battery dies pretty quick. We saw the same model on our trip and the owner said he had experienced the same. He installed a deep cycle and inverter. He said some of these model come with deep cycle batteries and inverters so the entertainment can be used when camp sites are not available with AC power. ”
From: meaghan b.
“The vehicle suited us. It was easy to drive and fitted us comfortably. The check in staff at the depotwere a little vague doing the run-down and we only found the manual several days into the trip that answered some of our questions.”
From: christine s.
“lovely vehicle had an issue with a light but everything ok. ”
From: Paul H.
“Well maintained, very clean. Bed was comfortable and everything worked as it was supposed to”
From: David S.
“overall the vehicle was fine, and easy to drive. the bed was very comfortable. Things to improve: the fridge does not stay very cold after unplugging from an overnight power source. The power quickly (too quickly) goes down. Blackout curtains Hinged foldable table to make moving around a bit easier More/longer rods for drying towels, etc... ”
From: Hadley F.
“Our campervan was in good shape however when we drove it at 100k there was a sewage smell that was quite horrible.”