Nirvana shows off new 'vans
Nirvana Mobility displayed the first of its new range of accessible motorhomes at the Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show at the NEC in February.
The Worthing-based company has made accessible motorhomes before, but withdrew from production in 2008 when the recession started. It now feels the time is right to return to the market.
The two ‘vans, only recently brought into the UK from a factory on the south east coast of Spain, included the Freedom 589P4, a 5.99-metre ‘van priced from £39,950 with an accessible wash room and bunks at the back; and the Freedom 685P4, a 7.25-metre six-berth with a rear loung, and a double-size central washroom to accommodate both the disabled customer and a carer. It is priced from £44,950.
Director Mark Sharp said both ‘vans were bespoke to suit customer’s requirements. But he added that the company will still be producing new layouts as, even with bespoke vans, around 90 per cent of each ‘van produced will have similar layouts.
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