Campervan specialist Vanworx launch Crafter-based MaxTraxx campervan
The campervan specialist, Vanworx, unveiled its all-new campervan at the recent Motorhome and Caravan Show, held at the Birmingham NEC. It’s based on the Volkwagen Crafter and is named the MaxTraxx, in memory of the owner’s late dog, Max.
The Vanworx MaxTraxx has been designed for those who want more space than in a Volkswagen T6, plus the option of a bathroom. It is available as a two or four model with the option of a fitted bathroom or a second (fixed) double bed, and buyers can choose from a medium or long-wheelbase Crafter. It is also available to order on the equivalent MAN TGE base vehicle.
As Vanworx customers like to create their own bespoke specification, the MaxTraxx on display at the Motorhome and Caravan Show was a special ‘Prototype 001’ model showcasing many of the options and styling accessories available, such as Vanworx roof rack and rear ladder, Warn winch, Seikel suspension with underbody protection and snorkel, 18in Delta wheels with BF Goodrich tyres, and leather upholstery with Westfalia-style tartan fabric inserts. The show model had a retail price of £100,700.
Prices for a standard MWB Crafter-based MaxTraxx (with 2.0TDi 140PS engine and 4MOTION all-wheel drive) four berth model, or two berth with a washroom, start at £70,400. Specification includes LED lights, diff lock, parking sensors, reversing camera, and more.
The two double beds consist of a RIB rock ‘n’ roll style bed plus a fixed bed with LAROMAmattress, while the kitchen has cooking facilities and a Dometic drawer fridge/freezer. Fully hand-built furniture is fitted throughout with lining, insulation and Alcantara trimming. There’s a leisure battery, 240v hook up with a range of 12V charging points, Webasto diesel night heating and hot water system with hot water shower at the rear, Thetford Cube removable toilet with storage compartment, full bike garage with black aluminium panels and 12V charging and touch lighting, Dometic windows and remote-control, and roof vents with forced air extraction.