2002 COMPASS CRUISER 770 Diesel in Darlington
Cleveland Motorhomes Limited
- 2002 (02)
- 6 Berth
- Right Hand Drive
- 2800 cc
- Excellent Interior Condition
- Excellent Overall Condition
- Chassis Model: BOXER
- Coach Built
- 28,000 Miles
- Fixed Bed
- Excellent Body Condition
- Excellent Mechanical Condition
- Chassis Make: PEUGEOT
Cycle Rack, Quality preowned 6 berth coachbuilt with rear fixed bed. The van has a front lounge area that makes up into a double with the kitchen seperating the fixed bed and the front lounge. There is a large over cab double bed that if not used as a bed makes an excellent storage area. This spacious van has the size and facilities needed making it ideally suited to spending extended periods exploring. £24,995
7 Point Buying Guide
If in doubt walk away. There are plenty of other motorhomes out there!
- Research the market and compare prices, is the price you're paying a fair one?
- Make sure the motorhome has it's log book. Without this you will never be the registered keeper and most insurance companies will refuse to insurance if it's not in your name.
- Get as much information from the seller as you can. Ask about recent servicing, any problems with damp or any damaged appliances
- Take full stock of your potential purchase, what extras are included? (awnings, water carriers etc.)
- Can the seller demonstrate that all the interior appliances are fully functional and working? Replacing fridges, shower units and cookers can be very expensive.
- HPI check the vehicle, this will let you know if the motorhome is stolen, written off and gives you an indication on whether the mileage is correct.
- If it looks too good to be true, it probably is. If something is being offered for sale at a much cheaper price than you would expect then ask yourself why.
- V5c Registration Document Present?
- Tyres in good condition
- Lights work correctly
- Check flooring (inside and underneath) for any damp problems
- All appliances work correctly
- Motorhome is priced similarly to others in the market
- Does the motorhome have a lot of internal and external wear that indicates a hard life?