Wellhouse Ford Terrier SE High-Top debuts in Glasgow
Lots of features in a compact bodyThe Scottish Caravan, Motorhome and Holiday Home Show in Glasgow, in early February was the place to be to catch the first sight of the new campervan conversion from Wellhouse. The Terrier SE High-Top features a full motorhome specification in a compact campervan based on the new Ford Transit Custom kombi for touring on smaller roads or remote places at any time of the year.
With retail prices starting from £42,000, the two-berth High-Top offers the same body shell and value for money as the standard SE model with the elevating roof. It also shares one of the Terrier’s stand-out features – a three-seat rear bench that slides on rails in the floor, offering the flexibility of masses of storage for bikes or camping gear when travelling, or more living space when camping.
The standard specification includes a Webasto 2kw blown-air heating system, 42-litre Webasto compressor fridge, 95w solar panel, LED lighting, 40-litre fresh and waste water tanks, a kitchen with sink and two-burner hob (with option of SMEV mini grill), lined curtains all-round and cab screens, and even a portable toilet.
The Terrier also sports many features that are optional extras on other campers, including air-conditioning, DAB radio and Bluetooth connectivity, heated swivel cab seats with armrests and front and rear parking sensors. It is powered by the Ford 123bhp, 2.2-litre TDCi diesel engine, with a six-speed manual gearbox.
Full details of the new Terrier SE High-Top and also the Toyota Alphard that was at the Glasgow show, are on the Wellhouse website.
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