I've a 2015 T5 multivan and have to decide if I want to sell it I don't want to do it to a permanent camper van. Most likely will I buy a new van in a couple of years.
HiyaThank's. I've thought about a pod either in the back or one to replace a captain seat in the second row, but then with a swb multivan it could be kind of tight. Maybe some kind of rear pod would be best.
With my question, I'd hope someone with a multivan could share their same experience and show how they did.
I have a Kombi for hi h suits my needs having two kids, we have an infinity customs bed which turns the whole of the van into a king size bed. I have an awning rail which is screwed into the roof gully (used existing pre drilled holes) we then either use a gas ring burner or an electric ring if on site used under the awning. I have barn doors so can’t use the cover of the tailgate but think this would work just as well.Yes that what I think also, what do you think about a tail gate tent and make that a kitchen?
I always think would I cook in my car!!!! The smell of bacon and splashed oil up the interior.......not for me. Cooking with the tailgate up would give you cover but would also let smoke etc enter the van!!!!Yes that what I think also, what do you think about a tail gate tent and make that a kitchen?
The smell of bacon and splashed oil up the interior.......
Yes. I wonder how you can cook bacon and egg in a california without have a bacon smell for a long time?
We have a t4 multivan. Mostly used as a day van but a week away is doable too. All the cooking and washing stuff is behind the tailgate with a biggish camping table up front. Clean cooking can be done on the table in the van. Everything else we move table outside and pull out the roof mounted canopy. We also couldn't be without our portable fridge and portaloo