The biggest pandemic of the 21st century was followed by the biggest war in Europe in the last 70 years, so economists predict that we might be pretty far from a financial recovery. Therefore, in this episode we suggest you to take a look at the most compact camper vans and camping systems that offer a reasonably affordable solution to our RV needs.
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#1 Dethleffs Nissan Primastar Seaside Campervan
Dethleffs Seaside Campervan is based on the Nissan Primastar van in the Tekna grade that can be powered by a 2-liter diesel mill with 150 or 170 hps.
#2 Swift Monza
Created by the UK Swift Group, Monza is a Ford Tourneo Custom-based campervan that seats 5, comes equipped with an interior kitchen, and features a portable Dometic toiler and an external shower.
#3 RiverLeaf Kits
This RiverLeaf Kit camping box would fit the majority of minivans and does not require any modifications to the vehicle. It is available in two models Grand Teton and Arches.
#4 Caravan Outfitter Free Bird
The new generation Caravan Outfitter Free Bird is moving to Ford Transit Connect underpinnings and offers a newly developed interior layout.
#5 Mitsubishi Minicab-MiEV B-Leisure Style
Based on the Japanese Mitsubishi Minicab-MiEV, the B-Leisure Style concept reimagines it as a picnic-ready campervan capable of day-long outings.
#6 Simple Camper Vans
This is a very basic camper box system that is suitable for the majority of European camper vans. The Simple Camper Van system is super cheap and is sold in 3 sizes.
#7 Mercedes Benz Citan Micro Camper
Mercedes Benz Citan can be turned into a micro camper with the help of the Swiss SORTIMO and the German VanEssa mobilcamping, who each developed 2 camping kits for the newcomer.
#8 Whitehouse Camper Compo
Whitehouse Camper Compo in a tiny campervan based on the Honda N-Van sold in Japan. The model sleeps up to 4 people and comes in three interior layouts.