Forest is a 2015 Type 2 Camper in sage green. A stunning campervan which is the newest T2 on the fleet and has been professionally upgraded to a very high standard with a 2 litre upgraded engine, gearbox and interior. Forest retains that classic look but comes with power steering, air conditioning, rear parkings sensors, Spotify integration and integrated rear heating. Due to the upgraded engine Forest is the only T2 that can travel the whole of the UK and is not restricted to the South of England like the other retro campervans. This is the highest specification T2 bay we have ever seen with performance to match!
Forest can travel anywhere in the UK and pets are allowed onboard. See where Forest can go or use our Campervan Finder to pick the campervan based on where you need to go and to see our pet friendly vans.
|Roof:Hydraulic elevating roof with new canvas||Sleeping:Bench seat folds down to form double bed, roof bed for 1 adult or 2 children||Dining:Removable main table sits in centre of floor||Washing:Stainless steel sink. Fresh water container and electric pump||Cooking:Twin-burner gas hob, gas grill plus fridge|
|Seating:4 Seat Belted - 2 in front, 1 three point belt and 1 lap belt on rear bench seat||Lighting:12v fluorescent light with solar and battery powered lamps provided||Heating:Weboblast heating when driving. Auxillary heater for use when camping||Energy:240v hook up and Split Charge leisure battery. Calor gas cylinder provided||Storage:Storage under bench seat and in cupboards at rear|
|Name:Forest||Colour:Sage Green||Engine:2.0 litre, water cooled||Type:Type 2 (Bay) Danbury||Fuel Type:Unleaded Petrol|
|Drive:Right Hand Drive with Power Steering||Transmission:Five Speed Manual||Roof Rack:Front Roof Rack||Curtains:New curtains on all windows||Radio:CD Player with AUX input socket & bluetooth for iPhone/iPod & speakers|
Van was great, and fun to drive, and the family loved our trip
Great van. Bigger engine which was nice and power steering, great heater in the van which one evening we used to take the chill off, which was great. Bit of an issue with the gear stick on the way back, which was getting a bit difficult to select gears, which was stressful. However we had a great mini break. Van was a head turner loved him.