Wellhouse to launch new models at NEC

Wellhouse Leisure will have five new models on its stand in Hall 12 at The Motorhome and Caravan Show 2016, at the NEC from 11 to 16 October 2016.

Models on display include :

Ford Terrier – SE, M-Sport and the new long-wheelbase model with up to seven seats
Ford Evie – compact camping-car based on the Ford Transit Connect Grand Tourneo
Hyundai i800 Camper – facelifted version returns to the Wellhouse Leisure range
Mercedes Moselle – based on the new Vito, with all-new interior furniture by Tecnoform
Zooom Mobile NV200 – a two-berth, compact campervan based on the Nissan NV200
new Toyota Proace – prototype model fitted with elevating roof and windows only
new Ford Nu-Venture – first Nu-Venture coachbuilt on a Ford Transit Custom cab
new SsangYong Turismo – an MPV-based, four-berth camper with a kitchen, elevating roof and SsangYong engine with prices from £29,995

Its most successful campervan, the Ford Terrier 2, will be there with three variants to see: the SE, the M-Sport, and the new long-wheelbase model launched this summer which can seat up to seven people. All Terriers feature the sliding rear seat, Tecnoform furniture and the new 130PS, 2.0-litre, Ford Euro 6 engine, with improved fuel economy and torque compared to the previous 2.2-litre, 125 PS TDCi unit, plus the new option of automatic transmission.

For something more compact based on a Ford there’s the two-berth Wellhouse Ford Evie camping-car, winner of the Micro Motor Caravans class of The Caravan Club Motor Caravan Design Awards 2016, available from £28,500.

The Hyundai i800 Camper will be at The Motorhome and Caravan show with prices starting from £42,000. It has a particularly high standard specification, including oven, heating and hot water system, plus an external shower, with standard or special edition trim levels available, plus the option of automatic transmission.

Another model returning to the Wellhouse stand is its redesigned Mercedes Vito-based Moselle, which now features an all-new kitchen and storage unit from the Italian furniture designer, Tecnoform. It still has an SCA elevating roof, seats five people and has Wellhouse’s trademark sliding rear seat system, with prices from £44,500. The specification includes solar panel, heating, a choice of three Mercedes BlueTec Euro 6 engines, with rear-wheel drive, plus the option of automatic transmission.

The Zooom Mobile NV200, based on the compact Nissan NV200 van, is a new model that Wellhouse Leisure is considering introducing for the UK in partnership with the German manufacturer, Zooom. It is offered with two or five seat models plus an elevating roof, and can be fitted with storage units in the back, including a fold-away kitchen unit.

The first of Wellhouse’s all-new models is based on the new Toyota Proace. Wellhouse is one of the first in the UK to develop a campervan conversion of Toyota’s new van. In fact, this model is so new that Wellhouse is not able to show the finished interior conversion yet, with the example on show fitted with side windows and an elevating roof only so that people can see what size and look of it, and pre-order one. It will have four-seats, an economical 1.6-litre diesel engine and a body length of 4.9m. Prices are expected to start from around £38,000.

Wellhouse has co-operated with Nu Venture motorhomes to develop a coachbuilt-style model based on a Ford Transit Custom cab, which makes its debut at the show. The two-berth coachbuilt body is the same width as the base vehicle to make it easy to drive and compact enough to be used every day. This two-berth model is 5.5m long with an entry door at the rear, and a comfortable interior with all the features of a full-height motorhome. This includes a front lounge with side dinette that converts into two singles or a double bed, over cab storage area, kitchen and full washroom with shower. Prices are expected to start from £46,000.

The final all-new campervan being launched at the show is its first conversion of the SsangYong Turismo MPV. This car-sized campervan, powered by a Mercedes 2.2-litre, Euro 6 engine, really is a multi-purpose vehicle with an elevating roof, kitchen unit, four seats and four-berths. SsangYong has already placed an order for 100 vehicles which will be available from its dealer network, with prices from £29,995.

David Elliott, Managing Director of Wellhouse Leisure commented: “Wellhouse Leisure is really pleased to be launching more new campervans, and to be able to offer such a wide choice in a mixture of sizes and brands. Wellhouse now offers something for everyone and every budget, from micro campers to our best-selling, award-winning models, all offering exceptional value for money.”


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