Please note the pictures are from a similar but older Nissan we did a a few years ago and is more for an illustration of the layout.
Wellhouse has always converted Japanese campers since we started in 2002 and we used to convert many Toyota Hiace & Nissan caravan models. Because of the new clean air zone rules being rolled out across the UK we know there is a shortage of older vans that offer this style of conversion that a “emission zone compliant” and as these are petrol they are exempt !
This model is the latest Nissan NV350 which replaced the Nissan caravan in 2012 and has a 2.0 petrol engine and automatic gearbox.
The NV350 is 5.08m long x 1.69m wide by 2.28m high so lots of room in the rear.
We will have choice of conversion on these.
Front L-Shape conversion with rear bench seats that make a full width double bed. Conversion spec, on board fresh and waste water, glass top hob & sink, 42ltr pull out compressor fridge, blown air heating, LED lights, curtains all round, cab blinds for front windows, 120w solar panel, leisure battery, split charge relay. Front seats will be re upholstered and match the rear seats.
This will be a side conversion but will have a 2 seater sliding system which is the same tested system that we fit in the Toyota Proace. The rest of the spec will be the same. This adds £2500 to the price because of the extra cost of the seat.
All the Nissan caravans will come with the Silver Package Double Din Stereo package as standard that includes colour reversing camera, DAB, Bluetooth and mirror images your mobile phone screen and these are £695 but included. Also we include undersealing on this model worth £350.
When comparing prices please look at the specification that’s included. Also all our campervans come with both gas & electrical installation certificates.
This Nissan NV 350 has only done 41,204 miles and was used to carry a wheelchair hence low mileage.
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