Owners: 1 prev
Owners: 1 prev
2010 Fiat Ducato Swift Escape 664,100bhp turbo diesel, Euro 4, MOT untill 04-07-2020, 1 prev owner.
The Swift Escape 664 cab offers a commanding driving position with a good view to the front, while the large side mirrors give a good picture looking rearwards. In transit, the 664 drives well, quite nippy, with good fuel economy.
With a window mounted in each sidewall, the lounge has a bright and roomy atmosphere, and a spotlight next to each window will provide extra lighting on demand. A rooflight in the middle of the lounge allows even more natural light to enter. Just forward of this, there’s a round light in the ceiling for added illumination.
For mealtimes, a folding dinette table can be deployed. This stores under the fixed bed at the rear and is easy to put up and fold away. In use, it’s sturdy enough and looks suited to the rigours of touring.
A TV point including a plug socket is located on the bulkhead behind the driver’s seat. It takes a feed from the omnidirectional Status aerial which can be raised and lowered from inside the wardrobe on the nearside.
Located on the offside, opposite the habitation door, the kitchen specification includes a dual-fuel 85-litre fridge with freezer compartment, a combination oven and grill and a hob with three gas rings.
A combined extractor grille and rooflight is located in the middle of the gangway to rid the area of any lingering cooking odours. A pair of 230V sockets is located to the left-hand side of the galley – ideal for a kettle or toaster.
Further forwards, there’s the option of a make-up double in the lounge, which measures 2.08m x 1.24m, tapering to 0.93m (6’10” x 4’1”/3’1”). This is created by dropping the lounge table, pulling out a slats frame from the nearside sofa and rearranging the seat cushions – plus a couple of filler cushions – to fill the space. It’s the ideal area for children or teenagers.
The Lifestyle 664’s rear corner washroom combines the shower and toilet areas to form a wet room. Entering from the washroom door you’ll find an oval-shaped sink with mixer taps set into a vanity unit with under-sink storage.
The shower compartment is between the vanity unit and the toilet, sited adjacent to the rear wall of the motorhome. The shower itself has a mixer tap mounted at waist height. The 65-litre internal fresh-water tank could provide a few decent showers without needing to be refilled. Having this ability will be less important if you mostly stay at full facility sites.
With space available under the fixed rear bed, the 664 is well equipped for storage. Usable space here is very good: a water tank takes up some of the room, but you’ll be able to pack away a lot of touring essentials. This area can be accessed from outside or inside the vehicle; interior access is good.
Seven overhead lockers are located around the 664, with two in the bedroom and kitchen, plus two in the lounge. The bedroom gets a handy overhead storage cubby, between the overhead lockers. The cab roof pod gets a pair of corner cubbies and further storage is available under the nearside lounge sofa.
Engine Size 2.2TD
Engine Power (bhp) 100
Fresh Water (litres) 70
Waste Water (litres) 68
Maximum weight (kg) 3500
Payload (kg) 640
Length (m) 6.72, Width (m) 2.24, Height (m) 2.85