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- Full Service History
- Hab Check
- 2 Berth
- Swivel Seats
- Electric Step
- Solar Panel
- 3 Hobs/Grill/Oven
2008 Fiat Swift Mondial GT (LOCATION NORWICH)
This Swift Mondial GT is great for campsites or wild camping due to the 80-watt solar panel, both the leisure battery and engine battery are only 9 months old. MOT until October 2019, Full Service History and Habitation checks December 2018 and fully covered during the winter months.
Electric Step, Spare Wheel, Reversing camera, roof bars. 2 gas bottles. Swivel front seats. Bench and single rear seats convert to one big comfortable double bed.
Mains Sockets x3, spotlights, Oven, grill and Hob, Battery Charger, Blinds and Fly Screens, Blown air gas Heating, Cassette Toilet, shower and washbasin, Double Glazing, Electric and gas Water Heater [Truma], Fresh and waste Water Tanks, gas and electric Fridge [Domestic], TV Aerial, large wardrobe, loads of ceiling cupboards.
Fits into a supermarket parking place. Length, 5.19 m, Width, 2.11 m, Height, 2.66 m, Max Weight, 3500 kg.
In any panel van conversion, converting seats to sleeping quarters means a bits-and-pieces bed. In the Mondial, you can set up two single beds or a massive double. For single beds, the offside sofa provides the first. Slide the driver’s seat as far forward as it goes, then stuff infills into the gap, leaving a comfortable 6ft 2in by 2ft 5in (1.88m x 740mm) bed with a bright spotlight above for reading that blockbuster. Where do you put the removed backrest? Use your initiative. For number two, unfold the forward-facing pew, slide the passenger cab seat forward, stuff in the remaining infills, and you have a 6ft 2in by 2ft 1in (1.88m x 634mm) bed that won’t stand too much rolling around. The safer option is to make up the giant double. Set up the nearside single as before, then work a lever to release the sofa and slide its base out to fill the gap between the
beds. The backrest slots in nicely and you have a massive six-foot-two-inch-square bed which is comfortable
Remote central locking, ABS brakes with EBD, driver’s airbag,
electric cab windows, electrically-heated and adjusted wing mirrors, lockable (laptop size) central storage box, radio/CD/MP3
player with iPod connection, twin door bins, stainless steel sink with glass lid, gas hob with oven and grill, 81-litre fridge with
freezer compartment, Thetford swivelbowl toilet with electric flush, drop-down washbasin with single-lever mixer tap, shower mixer tap with showerhead, riser rail, two-outlet tray floor, 66-litre
(14.5 gallons) fresh water tank, 50-litre (11 gallons) waste water tank, gas capacity 2 x 7kg cylinders
The kitchen offers excellent workspace for meal preparation by a keen chef (or for putting down steaming takeaways) on either side of the stainless steel sink. There are drainage racks, both to the side of the sink and beneath its glass lid. The matt chrome mixer tap is lever-operated. Above there are four lockers, one of them with a dedicated floor for cups and plates, and good swivelling spotlights, both for the sink and the gas hob, (with oven and grill). Below sink level there’s a Domestic 81-litre, three-way fridge, with a decent freezer compartment.
The Mondial’s washroom is light and spacious. It has a drop-down washbasin – the usual way of saving space in smaller ‘vans’ little
rooms. There’s a small mirror-doored vanity cupboard above the basin. The washing area is big enough to easily pass the bending
forward test. Equally, turning and sitting on the swivel-bowl Thetford toilet doesn’t involve contortions
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