In Auckland, New Zealand
A cool, comfortable and practical van with everything you need for distance travelling around NZ, or a weekend getaway!
Bought recently from a mechanic in September 2017 and fitted into a camper in December 2017 this 2003 Toyota Hiace van is very reliable and has hardly been used as a camper - be one of the first to enjoy it!
The van has a queen sized bed that converts into a seating area with a table (table made with ironing board legs - feedback on how practical it is would be appreciated!). A large kitchen counter with storage underneath and overhead shelves give plenty of storage options. The counter top also has a stainless steel sink with running water at the flick of a switch (24L capacity).
Very comfortable to drive for a van and is best suited for cruising at 90km/h but has plenty of punch to go 110km/h+ where suitable. New Sony speakers and JVC stereo with an AUX input allow you to listen to tunes or podcasts as you travel.
Plenty of storage underneath the bed and behind the driver and passenger seats. The hard plastic case on the back of the middle seat is broken - will only be noticeable if you leave the middle seat folded down, which I never do!
- Queen sized bed (1.54x1.9m)
- Battery jump starter pack (essential!)
- Solar shower
- 2 x camping chairs
- Bed turns into seating with a table
- Reversing camera (helps with parking!)
- Sink with electric pump
- 24L water storage and 24L grey water tank
- Gas bottle and 2 burner gas stove
- Brand new JVC stereo and Sony speakers
- 15000 mAh battery pack
- 24L chilly bin if required
- All essentials, cutlery, cups, bowls, plates, bedding, pots & pans etc..
Please leave everything clean and tidy
Things break, that's life - just let me know asap :)
Only to be driven on legal roads.
No driving on extreme back-country roads suited for 4x4 such as 90 Mile Beach (Northland), Skippers Road (Queenstown) or Ball Hut Road (Mt Cook).
The vehicle is not available during the following periods:
You can pick up the vehicle at 8 a.m.
Please drop off the vehicle at 7 p.m.