Supply and Demand for good campervans
The demand for campervans continues especially, VW Campervans. They remain iconic from Type One split screens campers and type two micro busses bus and campers to the T4, T5 and T6 that are stunning in appearance. Converters continue to expand with companies like Hillside leisure, Rollin Homes and Bilbos being some of the names to look out for. Camper demand continues at a pace and so do the prices.
Demand has outstripped the vehicles to convert
So, genuine donner vehicles are currently hard to find and command good prices. You may have a very desirable camper to sell so don’t undersell it get a professional valuation before you dive into the deep end. There is no doubt that campervans are now being built to a higher safer standard. With well-known manufacturers like Auto-Sleeper building campers to enhance their brand’s. Customers see the value of campervans as the idea second vehicle. Providing a great alternative when downsizing from an out and out van conversion or a coach built motorhome.
Selling your campervan the easy way
Ask yourself these questions do you want the hassle of people calling at your home? Wanting to take your campervan for a spin and not forgetting the tyre kickers and no-hopers making an appearance? It’s not their fault but, you would be surprised what people do just to get ideas of price and condition. We have many calls on the subject of VW campervans and often are requested to let them have a look and a test drive as they are thinking of buying one next year! Now at we buy any motorcaravan they buy campervans as well in all price ranges and that includes VW’s.
Avoiding those tyre kickers
All you need to do to avoid the tyre kickers is to fill in the form or call on 01283 240237 they will provide a valuation and offer a cash price if acceptable they will collect for free in the UK and pay by bank transfer its as easy as that. Also, they do all the online paperwork for you and make sure ownership is resolved so you won’t get a load of parking tickets after you have sold your campervan.
What makes a good campervan?
Well, that’s a lot about a personal choice no doubt when it comes down to choice VW continues to be a hot favourite. With Fiat Ducato cabs getting better and better the race is on that’s for sure. Who will win the campervan sweepstakes? However, when all said and done the engine and transmission play a role may be that DSG automatic transmission has competition now from that 9-speed automatic Ducato. Diesel, petrol and now electric hybrids all are going to play a part. In the end, it comes down to high top versus pop-top and what is the specification?
Are campervan prices going up?
Rock-and Roll beds and sleeping in the pop-top is the children’s choice. With many cool extras available many will enhance the price of any campervan from a bike rack to a fantastic paint job. Sometimes forgotten having a conversion that is all about safety is a must from belted seats to diesel and gas heaters safety has to be considered. So what makes a good camper van? Only you can answer that as we are all different in our use for the camper. From events to outdoor pursuits the campervan has loads to offer in providing a dual-purpose vehicle even for that school run or daily car park shopping tour they are all winners.