Here we have a stunning 119 Vito sport Camper Conversion, finished in Pure Orange with lowering springs, rear spoiler and front splitter. This Camper sleeps 4 with 2 up and 2 down. It has upgraded Mercedes-Benz diamond cut alloy wheels and black side sports bars. It has a pop up roof with coloured remote control mood lighting and 6 dimmable LED lights in the roof. It has a 3 seater rock and roll bed, 30 litre draw fridge and a pull out kitchen in the back which has a 2 burner hob and sink. You must see this van in the flesh to appreciate its quality and look. Who ever buys this van will be the envy of the camp site and will know you've been Tangoed! Basic suspension, Height and rake adjustable steering wheel, Multifunction steering wheel with trip computer, Hill-Start Assist, Buffer starter battery, heavy-duty battery, 2-way loudspeakers- front, Active Parking Assist, Locking glove compartment, Exterior mirror heated and electric adjustable, Centre console with stowage compartment, Reversing camera, Multi-button remote control, Convenience opening and closing with Infa Red remote control, 7G-TRONIC PLUS, Heat-insulating glass all round, Right-hand drive, Seat belt reminder for co-driver seat, Maintenance indicator for dry-air filter, Cleaning fluid level warning light, COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST, Blind Spot Assist, Rain sensor, Instrument cluster with pixel-matrix display, Lane Keeping Assist, ATTENTION ASSIST, Service interval 40.000 km, Lights for left hand traffic, Headlight assistant, Overhead control panel with 2 reading lamps, Adaptive brake light, LED Intelligent Light System, LED tail lamps- brake lamps and indicators, ECO start/stop function, Cruise control, BlueEFFICIENCY package, Light alloy wheels 7 J x 17, Spare wheel with jack, Tyre pressure monitoring front/rear- wireless, Airbag- co-driver, Comfort driver's seat, Comfort co-driver's seat, Sliding door left, Handle for entrance, Interior panelling in load compartment- side, Wood flooring, Smoker package, Weld nuts- sidewall for conversions, Blac
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