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Swift reveals all-new Monza campervan

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Ahead of its official launch in February, Swift has unveiled its all-new Swift Monza Ford-based rising roof campervan

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Words by Daniel Attwood, Head of Content at outandaboutlive

Photos courtesy of Swift


The new Swift Monza

The Swift Monza

The new compact campervan, which starts at £58,395, is aimed at couples and young families. It is built on the automatic 128bhp (130PS) Ford Tourneo Custom (the 168bhp/170PS automatic version is a £3,895 option), which has a similar footprint to a standard family car, and so can be used as an everyday passenger vehicle as well as for getaways.

The exterior is available as standard in a grey metallic exterior with a choice of three optional exterior colours, as well as 17in alloy wheels and chrome detailing. Inside, it comes with a choice of two interior schemes – light cream or deep grey with the option for a part-leather ‘Crest Black and Mazerati’ interior at £1,195.


The bedroom and kitchen

The double bed onboard

There is a three-person rock ‘n’ roll rear bench seat that can be pushed backwards and forwards on runners and converts into a double bed. There is a further double bed in the rising roof, making it a four-berth campervan that is able to carry up to five people in belted seats. The side kitchen is equipped with a two-burner gas hob, 42-litre drawer fridge and sink. There is also an external barbecue point and the option for a Dometic mini-grill (£195).


The gadgets on board

The dashboard on the Swift Monza

In the cab, the high-spec base vehicle has Ford’s latest ICE Pack 23, featuring DAB radio with 8in touchscreen and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Bluetooth phone syncing and steering wheel controls. There are also front and rear parking sensors, rear view camera, cruise control and leather-wrapped steering wheel.

Further equipment includes a 100W solar panel and 2.2kW Eberspächer diesel heating. There’s also an external shower point and a Dometic portable toilet, hidden in a dedicated space.


Swift Group Commercial Director, Nick Page, says

 

We’re extremely proud to launch our very first campervan. We’re known for our wide and credible ranges of leisure vehicles across touring caravans, motorhomes and holiday homes and lodges, so to now add a campervan to our line-up is absolutely brilliant.

 

We know there’s a hunger for access to regular adventures, and the Monza really does open up the travelling opportunities. We’ll be officially launching the Monza in February at the Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show at the NEC, and we can’t wait to debut it there and see the reaction from visitors.

Finished reading?

Further details can be found at swiftgroup.co.uk and, for a limited time, expert advisers are on hand at Swift Live to answer questions

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