Motorhome Hire New Zealand – Beta 2 Campervan

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Description – [back to top]
A newer model Toyota with a new shape low mileage, bigger DVD screens, TV, new fridge freezer, new design portable cooker, bigger back awning and even a portable toilet option. A complimentary GPS Navigation device so you can find your destinations with ease, anywhere and every time free camp table and two chairs. No toilet or shower in this campervan but portable shower and toilet may be added as you proceed through the booking process. Radio CD DVD player and IPod cable to hook up to in car entertainment system.


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Large Double Bed Yes – 1.4m wide by 1.92m long with additional space to 2.1 metres for taller people to stretch out
Fridge / Freezer Yes
Electric Chiller NO
Water Supply Yes
Seatbelted Seating 3
Portable Cooker Yes / 2 Burner
Dual Battey System Yes, 24 hrs+ hours battery life
CD/DVD/iPod Player Screen Size 24.5CM
Cookware and Cutlery for 3-4 people Yes
Bedding Yes, duvet & cover, pillows with covers and fitted bottom sheet
Transmission Automatic
Power Steering Yes
4WD option NO
Air conditioning Yes
2.4L Euro 3 Petrol Engine Yes
Electric Windows and Mirrors Yes
Cup Holders Yes
Standard Insurance Free
Free 24 Hour Roadside Assistance Free
Multiple Drivers Free
Unlimited KM’s Free
Road User Charges Free
GST / VAT Included


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Van Conversion Outside







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Bed dimensions: 1.4m wide, 1.92m long with extra
space to 2.1 metres for taller people
External space: with rear awning on 1.2m long by 1.4m wide

Comfortably seats three adults or two adults and one child. The child can be seated in the rear swivel seat.
A shoulder belt is provided in the rear swivel seat.
Babies over one year old only can be seated under the shoulder belt and a booster seat can be used at the same time under the lap belt.

Two adults in the rear swivel seat is not recommend but is possible.

The rear swivel seat has 3 functions
1. The rear swivel seat can lock into the forward facing position to seat 2 people whilst driving.
2. Be swivelled around to face out the passenger side slide door for internal table set up.
3. Be swivelled around to face the back door to set up internal bed legs for internal sleeping option

Rear Storage: 1.10m wide by 65 cm across and 35cm deep
Central main storage: 60cm by 70cm and 32cm deep

Two quality portable cookers are provided to be used on the cooker arm that sits outside the vehicle.
Two disposable gas canisters are provided, extras to be purchased by travellers.

Access to the front storage is via the slide doors (one on each side with the beta) The main rear storage is accessed from the back of the vehicle. There is a zip down part of the rear awning so you can access your gear while the awning is on.

15 litre fridge/freezer which runs off a 12 volt second battery
Second battery

The second battery powers the stereo, DVD player and internal lights.
12-24 hours of life depending on how many DVDs are watched.
This will self charge when the engine is running

CD/MP3 stereo with AM/FM radio and IPod cord. Separate 10 inch TV/DVD screen

DVD player 25cm or 10inch TV/DVD screen
Water storage

One 20 litre container with pump
Child seating

Space for one baby booster or one child seat. Vehicle can not cater for babies under one year old.
Fuel Capacity

55l tank. Is provided full, required to be returned full

Cigarette lighter 12 volt
Items included with the hire

Bedding included 1 double duvet with duvet cover, two pillows, with pillow cases and one fitted double sheet.

Self contained pack portable toilet and shower

Cutlery and Crockery included
– 4 plates 1.6 litre pot
– 4 bowls 26cm fry pan
– 4 cups chopping board
– 4 knifes, folks, spoons and teaspoons, brush
– 1 can opener detergent
– 1 knife sponge
– 1 potato peeler 2 tea towels
– fish slice scrubber
– container to do dishes in scourer
Support and Guidance

– DOC “Department of Conservation” Campground guides
– Various other more expensive campground guides
– Environmental information
– Accommodation guides
– How to use your vehicle DVD
– How to use your vehicle guide book
– Depot stations throughout NZ for local support, DVD and book exchange
– Access to great deals and info on activities and operators in New Zealand
– DVDs
– Suggested route itineraries

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