Campervans

They’re small and relatively humble compared to the Volkswagen or Mercedes-based campers now popular, but Vanco’s cleverly designed and well-built campers are reason to fall in love again
CiMunroe Ltd has launched another new product into the retail market, the Mercedes-based two-berth HAAST unit, which is aimed at the small to middle-range new motorhome buyers with $100,000 plus to spend
Auckland’s RoadCraft has extended its range of adventure-oriented motorhomes with the launch of the new Base Jumper L4 – a package crammed with trail-blazing features and built on a Volkswagen chassis
When surveying the second-hand motorhome market, it pays not to discount the ex-rental units, like this VW Getaway that has had a makeover from Maui
VIDEO: The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter diesel is a popular base vehicle for motorhomes, and Mercedes-Benz NZ delivers them to manufacturers and custom builders throughout New Zealand
The Warwick panel van conversion has so many useful features, it has obviously been thought out by people who don’t just design motorhomes, but use them as well
Since our first introduction, the new KEA VW T5 campervan gave us some pleasant surprises. It’s a stylish vehicle, a rewarding drive, spacious considering its overall size, and quite capable of doing the task it is designed to do.