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New Wellhouse Ford Misano Launched

Wellhouse Leisure Ford Misano

For a stylish campervan with great value, say hello to the new Wellhouse Ford Misano

The Wellhouse Ford Misano campervan conversion is based on used, low mileage Ford Transit Custom Limited models between six months and three years old
Vehicle specification includes: Air-conditioning (cab), alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity, heated seats, electric folding door mirrors, front and rear parking sensors, tinted windows and colour-coded bumpers
Conversion specification includes: elevating roof with double bed, sliding rear seat, superior quality furniture from Tecnoform, 240v mains hook-up, Eberspacher heating, 100W solar panel, electric step, fresh and waste water tanks, 40-litre Dometic compressor fridge, and a stainless steel hob and sink unit with glass lid
Standard front double passenger (swivel) seat means the Misano can seat six people (single front passenger seat option: £750)
Prices from around £37,000 for a 12-18 month old Ford Transit Custom base vehicle with between 10-20,000 miles; older vehicles will be less

The new Wellhouse Ford Misano campervan offers excellent value for money as it is a new conversion based on used, low mileage Ford Transit Custom models between six months and three years old.

Newer models, up to 18 months old, will have Ford’s latest 130 PS, Euro 6 EcoBlue engine. Wellhouse can offer performance upgrades, if required.

The Misano, named after village near Rimini in Italy, offers the usual Wellhouse Leisure quality and design but with prices starting from £10,000 less than the similar brand new Terrier models. For example, a Misano based on a low-mileage Ford Transit Custom about 18 months old will cost around £37,000.

Although very similar to the Ford Terrier model, the Misano has a different (UK-sourced) elevating roof and sliding rear seat system, but shares the distinctive, high quality interior furniture from Tecnoform.

Wellhouse Leisure is using the Ford Transit Custom in the highest Limited trim level as the base vehicle for the Misano. This means it has items such as colour-coded bumpers, cruise control, DAB radio and an alarm as standard. It also has a double passenger seat, which can swivel to face the rear lounge when camping, and means a total of six people can travel in the Misano.

Wellhouse Ford Misano Interior 300The campervan specification for the Misano carries over the high level of standard equipment Wellhouse typically inclues. This includes a kitchen unit with a sink and a two-burner gas cooker with glass cover, a 40-litre Dometic front-loading compressor fridge, Eberspacher diesel-powered, blown-air heating, 240v mains hook-up, 100w solar panel, leisure battery, plus on-board 40-litre fresh and waste water containers.

Sarah Elliott, Managing Director of Wellhouse Leisure said: “The used market for the Terrier is fantastic but we can never get enough of them, so now we will be able to offer buyers with a lower budget a Misano instead. Wellhouse has built its success on campervan conversions of used base vehicles, so we know that making the camper lifestyle more affordable to more people is a winning combination.”

“We are currently overseeing the transition of production of the Ford Terrier and Toyota Lerina to Lunar Campers in Preston, and then Wellhouse Leisure will focus on producing other models like the Misano,” added Sarah.

The Misano is currently available directly from Wellhouse Leisure at its premises at Skelmanthorpe, near Huddersfield in Yorkshire. To arrange to view a Misano, or for further information, call 01484 861100 or email david@wellhouseleisure.com. Wellhouse Leisure can also be contacted via Twitter (@wellhousecamperexternal link), or Facebook.

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