Ford Nugget

A Ford Nugget is a modern strong camper, with a perfect Westfalia interior, that means everything is thougt of. Direct standing in the back, without opening rooftent first, kitchen in the back.

Low season
1-1 to 21-4 and 2-9 to 31-12
Mid season
22-4 to 14-7 and 12-8 to 1-9
Peak season
15-7 to 11-8
weekend week weekend week weekend week
€475 €695 €475 €795 - €895
  • Seat folds out easily into a double bed (1.20 x 2.00)
  • Bed in hightop sleeps two people (1.20 x 1.90)
  • Fridge works on 220 volts and 12-volt battery
  • Diesel heater
  • Sink, tap, fresh water tank and waste water tank
  • 220-volt power lead with all international adaptors
  • Double burner cooker
  • All windows have curtains
  • 3 x three-point seatbelt at the back, 2 x three-point seat belts at the front
  • Comfortable front seats that swivel around to face rear seat
  • Inside table for meals, writing or games
  • Several cupboards
  • Radio CD player with iPod socket
  • Cigarette lighter (12 volt) for battery charger and navigation systems
  • Child’s safety seat can be fitted on back seat
  • All campervans have a powerful 2.2 CDI motor
  • Airco, cruise control en airbags
  • Automatic mirrors
  • Central lock
  • Easy powersteering
  • 5 or 6 gears
  • Fuel consumption (diesel): 1 litre on 10 a 11 kilometer
  • Topspeed 150 km per hour
  • Recommended speed 120 km per hour
  • MOT tested
  • Car is serviced regularly
  • Awning
  • Table and chairs for outside
  • Bikerack
  • Inventory
  • Chemical toilet

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Frequently asked questions
  • Do I have to bring my own bedlinen?

    No, you can hire it from us.

  • How many free kilometres we have?

    2,000 km a week for T4 campervans, 1,500 km a week for T3 campervans and 750 km a week for T2 campervans.
    T5, Ford Nugget and Fiat are unlimited.

  • What sthe height of the campervans and motorhomes?

    A camper with an elevating roof clears 2.10 metres and a high-top camper 2.65 metres. Motorhomes are 3.10 metres. So watch out when driving in underground car parks, shopping centres and on bridges on small roads.

  • How does the campers handle hilly and mountainous terrain?

    T2, T3, T4 campers do have a bit of trouble getting up hills and mountains. This has got to do with the weight of the camper, plus people and luggage in combination with the power of the enigne. You do get to the top in the end but not as quickly as you would with your own car. Luckily, you are on holiday, and if your doing it right, not in a hurry! T5, Ford Nugget and Fiat campers go quicker to the top!

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