Viewing a 4 berth 2009 model this evening.
Does anyone happen to know much about this particular model, anything I should look out for?
The layout is fixed single beds at the front of the 'van which can be made up to a king size bed. The kitchen area is in the middle on one side with wardrobe to one side and large drawer underneath. The bathroom is also central on the other side of the van with flushing toilet wash basin & shower. The wrap around lounge seating at the rear, which is in a neutral colour, converts to a double bed. There are loads of internal storage throughout.
There are fly screens and blackout blinds to all the windows and the large sunroof. Truma Blown air heating and separate additional gas heater, Truma water heater and fresh water tank. Hymer caravans are superbly insulated and can be used throughout the winter as well as the summer.
The Fridge freezer is like new and works on 230 volt, 12v and gas.
The inside of the Hymer is almost like new, has no nasty smells and there are no damp issues as you would expect as it’s a quality Hymer. The van had a service and habitation check earlier this year.
On the roof there is a large solar panel which keeps the new 110 leisure battery charged.
Outside the caravan side panels were painted in the optional silver grey that Hymer were offering at that time. The aluminium body is in excellent condition although there are a few marks expected of a caravan that has been around since 2009.
The original alloy wheels are like new with good tyres and an unused spare in the front locker. The front locker lid has cracks to the fibreglass - apparently a common fault as I found on the internet.
I have the Hymer logbook and an invoice from when the van was sold secondhand in France in 2014 for 17,950 Euros!
There’s the original cycle rack on the back, also a wind out Thule Omnistor awning canopy with fold out legs, a motor mover and there are three large storage lockers for the sun beds, BBQ, etc etc which are accessible from inside under the beds as well as outside.
The MRO is 1350kg and MTPLM is 1500 kg.