From the conversion items to the VW
mfrs stock unit, this is a reliable,
roomy and multifunctional car for
families and people with an adventurous
spirit. Refrigerator, stove, sink,
storage and many extras make this the
van for going anywhere, doing
anything. We particularly appreciated
the safety of smoke alarms, carbon mono
alarms and propanes warning systems.
There is space for up to six passengers
and engine accessibility with a 2nd
battery for the extras. At 18 mpg and
a V6 engine that easily takes the
mountains without a strain, this is the
vacation and/or in-town vehicle that
does it all. We had virtually no
engine problems as yet at 63k.
Our favorite features: Space for
storage of cooking equip, clothes and
food for a week; a pop-up top that
provides an additional double bed; and
a water tank with an outside mini-
shower for rinsing off at the beach or
refilling the dog dish, etc.
VW -- better air conditioning with
more vents for the rear
passengers;better seat belt system for
shorter people; and higher grade tires
at the sale point. Winnebago-- closet
doors with easier sliders; larger water
tank; and a refer that doesn't require
such a high degree of 'level'.
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