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Advice on model of PVC please 1 year 2 months ago #8687

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Hi all
Thought I'd found the ideal van for us, a 2009 La Strada Regent on a Sprinter.MWB @ just under 6m to replace our Autocruise Tempo.
Had 4 seat belts, a must have for us, sleeps 3 - 4 with a pull down bed, great.

Didn't have an oven, which I could live, but didn't realise how narrow a Sprinter is & couldn't live with how claustrophobic it made the van.

My question is - does any one know of a similar layout on a Ducato with sliding door on correct side for us Brits?
To me it looks as tho will have to get a small low profile van such as a Benimar Mileo 202.
Any suggestions, ideas gratefully received.

Many thanks
Col
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Advice on model of PVC please 1 year 2 months ago #8691

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Hi Col and thanks for posting.

The end-washroom layout of that La Strada Regent is pretty rare in a van conversion, so you won't be spoilt for choice, I'm afraid.

Some of the Murvi range has a kind of similar layout, and they can run on a Fiat Ducato or a Ford Transit, but while some of them have four belted travel seats, I think they are all two-berth ’vans.

Hope that helps!
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Advice on model of PVC please 1 year 2 months ago #8694

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Thanks for replying. Considering something with along the lines of an Autocruise (Swift) Select 144 or the xlwb 184.
If can think of other makes/models of similar ilk I'd be grateful

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Col
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