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EX2000 Jetstream

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  • 2000 4 Single axle Touring 1057 1300 6.535 2.184 910 Yes Yes 4 The washroom is cramped (at the expense of the roomy kitchen), but perfectly adequate. 4 It's looking dated now, but pleasant enough. For a couple, it's great. For a young family with kids, a bit cramped. It's really a 2+2, not a full 4 berth. 5 It doesn't have a modern stabiliser, but with a Snakemaster-type stabiliser fitted, it's steady as a rock. 4 When we bought ours in 2013, the roof light was leaking and needed resealing. That's not a major issue in a 13-year-old van. Otherwise it looks pretty good. 4 It meets our holiday needs as a couple superbly. It's also proving to be a good introduction to the world of caravanning. None that I'm aware of. 4 used Independent showroom Harris Caravans in Liss specialise in older caravans. They let us down on a couple of points, but mainly they were very good, and stored the van until we could arrange local storage. And we were delighted with the price! https://www.caravantalk.co.uk/community/uploads/monthly_02_2014/ccs-65724-0-19866600-1391427188.jpg,monthly_02_2014/ccs-65724-0-01736300-1391427801.jpg Yes
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We love the roomy end kitchen, and the quality of all the kitchen equipment: big fridge/freezer, microwave, 4 ring hob, grill, and oven. For a couple, the separate dinette is great (it makes up into two bunks, hence the 4-berth capacity).

The lounge area is L-shaped, which gives flexibility of seating/reclining. Made up into a bed, there's loads of room.

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