Van conversions take a motorhome interior layout simply building into a panel van this makes them an ideal choice as a second vehicle available to take a short or long breaks at any time and use as a second vehicle. The van conversion market is exploding as families realise they may use them to great effect go anywhere at short notice and stay over whenever they feel like a break this is catching on as van conversions get better and better. Van conversions are from a wide range of different manufacturers such as Peugeot on the Boxer range Mercedes Benz on the Vito range Ford on the Ford Transit van. Conversion skills and layouts are improving and innovation in the van conversion sector is improving all the time ideal as they are not too big they appeal to people wanting to downsize matching the styles found in coach-built motorhomes becoming very popular as dual-use.
Autocruise Alto motorhome review registered in 2010 on a 60 reg. Built on the Peugeot Boxer 2.2HDI engine with 130 bhp. 6-speed manual gearbox with cruise control and steering wheel controls. It is a 3 berth motorhome with 4 belted seats. At the front is the lounge area with two forward-facing seats with belts. The driver and passenger seat swivels around to my 4-seater lounge. This area also turns into a single bed. In the middle is the kitchen. [...]