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Economy Campervan Hire New Zealand

Economy Campervan day sofa converts to double or two single beds. Cabinet with fold down table, two gass cookers, kitchen eating/cooking utensils. Attach awning to rear door for privacy and standing room. Connect power cable at holiday parks. We provide a multi box to charge items like digital cameras or cell phones, while still being able to use the hanging light.

Sleep with the rear door open and awning attached, or with all the doors closed. A mosquito net can be pulled over passenger window, providing a fresh air during the evening.

Economy Campervan

Sleeping: Two berth campervan
Driving: Three seat belts
Make and Model: Mazda Bongo
Transmission: Automatic or Manual (most are automatic)
Average fuel consumption: 9 litres per 100 km
Day Sofa 60 mm wide x 1900 mm long
Bed Size: Setup as Double 1200 mm wide x 1900 mm long
Bed Size: Setup as 2 x Single 600 mm wide x 1900 mm long
Storage Storage cabinet with fold down cable
Table 1 x Fixed Table and 1 x Folding Table
Curtains All around for complete privacy
Awning with Ground Sheet Fits over rear door for standing room
Mosquito Net Fits over front passenger window
Power to charge equipment
12 Volt Socket: Two Sockets - Front and Rear
240 Volt Connection: Included. Can be used in Holiday Parks.
Power board: 4-way multi-box
Lights: 2 x Interior Lights and 1 x Hanging Light
Optional Extras (price per hire) :
Insurance (included): Standard excess is $3,000
Our insurance policy is very simple; if you have an accident, you are required to pay a maximum of $3,000. This covers both single vehicle and multiple vehicle accidents. A Credit or debit card bond is required, and you can drive on sealed roads only (no driving on unsealed roads).
Zero Excess Insurance (optional): $22 per day or maximum $590 per hire
If you have an accident, you do not have to pay anything. This also covers multiple tyre punctures and one windscreen. No bond is required, and you can drive on both sealed and unsealed roads.