Used Auto-Trail Frontier Navajo Fiat 2.3L 130 Coachbuilt Hi-Line Motorhome U201229

Available For Sale

£37,995.00
Stock Number
U201229

4 berth 6.87metres long hi-line with twin side sofa front lounge, fixed double bed over cab and rear end kitchen. 

Fiat Ducato 2.3L 130 multijet diesel. 6 speed manual gearbox, 31,494miles, Chassis plated at 3700kgs GVW. Right hand drive. 

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4 berth 6.87metres long hi-line with twin side sofa front lounge, fixed double bed over cab and rear end kitchen. 

Fiat Ducato 2.3L 130 multijet diesel. 6 speed manual gearbox, 31,494miles, Chassis plated at 3700kgs GVW. Right hand drive.

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Model Order Used Auto-Trail Frontier Navajo Fiat 2.3L 130 Coachbuilt Hi-Line Motorhome U201229
Availability Available For Sale
New / Used Used
Vehicle Type Motorhome
Manufacturer Auto-Trail
Range Frontier
Model Navajo
Bodytype Coachbuilt
Licence Required C1-Licence <7500Kg
Gross Vehicle Weight 3700Kg
Chassis Fiat Ducato
Engine Fiat 130 2.3L 130PS
Engine Size 2.3 Litre
Fuel Type Diesel
LHD / RHD Right Hand Drive
Drive Axle Front Wheel Drive
Rear Axle Single Rear Axle
Gearbox Manual Gearbox
Transmission Details 6-Speed Manual Gearbox
Length 6.87m
Width 2.35m
Berths 4-Berth
Bed Layouts Dropdown Cab Bed, Seating Converts to Bed
Bed Layouts Detail Seating converts to sleeping and Fixed over cab double bed
Seating Layout Swivel Cab Seats, Twin Couch
Seating Layout Details Lounge comprising twin swivel front cab seats, twin side sofas, fabric upholstery, seating converts to sleeping.
Heating Spec Gas / Electric Blown Air Heating
Kitchen Type Rear End Kitchen
Kitchen Details Rear End Kitchen with full oven and grill, 1 electric hob ring and 3 gas burner rings, Thetford fridge/freezer, sink/drainer, Microwave oven and overhead storage cabinets.
Bathroom Type Washroom/Bathroom
Bathroom Details Washroom with separate shower cubical, cassette toilet, vanity unit, washbasin and small roof light.
Toilet Type Cassette Toilet
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Glossary of Terms

A-Class

A motorcaravan that has a purpose built body on a chassis. The living area and the cab are made by the factory.

AES

Automatic energy selection. This is a feature of many fridges, that enables them to automatically switch between 12V, 240V and gas power sources.

Alko

A chassis extension used to improve handling and lower floor height. Double-floor Alko chassis are used to provide underfloor storage.

Berths

The number of sleeping areas provided by a motorhome. This is not always the same as the number of seats.

Captain's chair

Often used as driver's seats, these are comfortable, stand-alone seats that have a swivel base, arm rests and are easily adjusted.

C-Class

Alternative name for a coachbuilt camper (see below).

Cassette toilet

Toilets featuring a holding tank accessed via a hatch on the outside of the vehicle. Waste can be disposed of by removing a slide-out cassette.

Certified location

Sites approved by the Caravan Club - sometimes known as CL sites.

Certified sites

As above but run by the Camping and Caravanning Club.

Chemical toilet

Bottles of chemicals are used to keep the toilet fresh.

Coachbuilt

A motorcaravan that has a body built on an chassis that retains the chassis manufacturers existing cab.

Common rail

A fuel injection system used on the latest turbo-diesel engines. These are claimed to increase fuel economy.

Delivery Charge

The cost of bringing a motorcaravan from the factory to the dealership, which is passed on to the customer.

Dinette

A popular style for motorhome seating, a dinette features a table between two bench seats. This layout can often be converted to form a bed.

DVLA

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is an Executive Agency of the Department for Transport. Their primary aims are to facilitate road safety and general law enforcement by maintaining registers of drivers and vehicles, and to collect taxation - vehicle excise duty (VED). The DVLA website can be found at http://www.dvla.gov.uk/

ELCB

Earth Leakage Contact Breaker - also known as an RCD or Residual Current Device.

Ex-works

A price that excludes on-the-road costs such as road fund licence, delivery charge and number plates.

Flame Failure Device (FFD)

A device used on gas appliances to stop gas escaping into a vehicle if the flame goes out.

Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW)

The maximum permitted loaded weight of a vehicle. It is an offence to take a vehicle onto a public highway that has a total weight in excess of its GVW.

HGV

Heavy Goods Vehicle. This term is now being replaced with LGV, meaning Large Goods Vehicle.

Inboard

A term used to describe items found inside a motorhome, ie watertanks.

Living Section

The sleeping, eating and seating area of a motorcaravan, not including the cab.

Low-Profile

A coachbuilt motorhome with no sleeping area over the cab. The more streamlined shape is designed to improve aerodynamics and fuel economy.

LPG

Liquid Petroleum Gas - a green fuel alternative that can be used to power petrol vehicles and which is available at many UK petrol stations. If you own a large motorhome, this could be a way to cut your fuel bills.

Luton

An overcab area usually featuring an integral sleeping compartment.

Mains hook-up

Available on campsites to allow motorhomes to connect to a 240V electricity supply.

Maximum Authorised Mass (MAM)

A new term now used to describe Gross Vehicle Weight (see definition above). It means exactly the same thing but is considered less open to misinterpretation.

Mass in Running Order (MRO or MIRO)

(Ex works weight inclusive of the manufacturer’s tolerances, Unladen Weight)
Mass of the caravan equipped to the manufacturer’s standard specification stated on the caravan weight plate. This now includes those items required for the safe and proper functioning of the caravan (e.g. gas cylinder, fresh water and hook up cable). Note: Dealer fitted items must be taken into consideration if it is a dealer special.

Optional equipment

Items made available by the manufacturer or dealer over an above the standard specification of the caravan e.g. spare wheel, air conditioning, motor mover, awning etc.

Payload

Payload is used by motorhome manufacturers to indicate how much a vehicle can carry. It is the difference between the Vehicle Unladen Weight (VUW) and the Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) or Maximum Authorised Mass (MAM).

Personal effects

Those items which you choose to carry in a caravan which are not included as essential habitation equipment (e.g. clothes, crockery, cooking utensils, bedding, TV, radio, footwear, books, awning and food). Often used in discussions of payload.

PDI

Pre-delivery inspection carried out by a dealer prior to delivery.

PLG

Private/Light Goods Vehicle.

Private HGV

Private Heavy Goods Vehicle.

RHD

Right hand drive.

Skirts

Panels built around the lower edge of a motorcaravan which are often knock-resistant and may house storage lockers.

Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN)

Statutory off Road Notification (SORN) applies to any vehicle taxed on or after 31 January 1998. A declaration must be made by the vehicle's keeper whenever the licence is not renewed or is surrendered for refund. Keepers acquiring untaxed vehicles must license them or declare SORN if they are kept 'off road'. If your vehicle was not taxed on 31 January 1998 (ie classic cars, vehicles stored away for restoration, etc), you do not need to take any action until it is next taxed.

User Payload

(Caravan Allowable Payload)
Payload relates to the weights of all items carried in a caravan and is the allowance you have for: Optional equipment, Personal effects. The total allowances represents the difference between the MTPLM and the MRO.

Vehicle Unladen Weight (VUM)

Vehicle Unladen Weight (VUM) normally means the empty weight as a motorcaravan left the factory, ie without water, fuel, gas bottles or persons on board. Your 'empty' vehicle is likely to weigh more.

Warranty

Offered by manufacturers and dealers to cover certain items against defects for a set period of time. Look for a warranty that covers the base unit and the living area of the motorcaravan for up to three years.

Part Exchange Welcome

Do you take part exchange?

Yes we do. many customer part exchange their existing motorhome or caravan.

What is part exchange?

When you're buying a new motorhome your 'part-exchange', 'px' or 'trade-in' is simply the vehicle that you already own, which you are handing over as part payment for its replacement.

Can I part exchange a car?

Yes, we will consider a car rather than a motorhome or a caravan in part exchange. Contact us and let us know what you have.

Can I part exchange a car or motorhome with outstanding finance?

Yes you can trade in a vehicle that still has finance outstanding. Hopefully you'll also have a deposit in your part exchange as it should hopefully be worth more than you owe to the existing finance company. Simply, the equity left over in your current vehicle can be used as a deposit for your new motorhome. In most cases we can make the arrangement and make the final settlement payment to your existing finance company.

What if I owe more than the vehicle is worth?

It's also possible to part-exchange your car if you're in the middle of a finance agreement and you owe more than the vehcile is worth. You can either pay a lump sum to settle the deal - known as the settlement value - or in some cases we can transfer the settlement value to a new finance agreement, so you pay off your old vehicle and finance your new one at the same time.

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Motorhome Finance From Black Horse

Black Horse, part of the Lloyd's Bank Group, is one of the UK’s leading vehicle finance providers.

They have close relationship with many dealers including Southdowns Motorhome Centre; they can offer excellent customer service and personalised finance otions including Hire Purchase and Motorhome PCP on selected new motorhomes.

MOTORHOME HIRE PURCHASE

Finance your next motorhome or holiday home by spreading the cost with fixed regular monthly repayments, after which you own it outright.

Black Horse Hire Purchase could help you buy your dream motorhome while spreading the cost. Agree an initial deposit, the agreement term and monthly repayment amount with the dealer, who will submit the finance application to us. Subject to your application being approved, you can just drive it away – and after you’ve made all the repayments including the interest, the motorhome is all yours.

HOW IT WORKS

  • Borrow any amount from £1,000 and set repayments to suit your budget for periods of 1–10 years
  • Maximum age for motorhomes is not over 20 years old at the end of the agreement; maximum age for holiday homes is not over 17 years at the end of the agreement
  • Flexible Deposit Options – 0% deposit may be available subject to status


WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Ideal if

  • You want to own your motorhome outright at the end of your agreement
  • You like to budget and know the exact repayment amount each month

Budget with confidence

  • Fixed regular repayments, giving you peace of mind and no final lump sum repayment
  • Protection under the Consumer Credit Act Termination Rights and Protection under the Consumer Rights Act

Things to consider

  • Your motorhome is at risk of repossession if you do not maintain contractual repayments
  • You do not own the motorhome until all the repayments have been made
  • You must have fully comprehensive insurance
  • You have no protection against depreciation as a result of an unexpected fall in the value of the motorhome

MOTORHOME PCP

Keep your monthly payments low by deferring a large proportion of credit. Enjoy flexibility at the end of your agreement and the reassurance of a Guaranteed Future Value (GFV).

PERSONAL CONTRACT PURCHASE

Our PCP product is a great flexible payment option. With Black Horse PCP you can choose how much deposit you’d like to pay, the contract term and final payment. It’s ideal for those who want to keep their options open – at the end of the agreement you can choose to buy the motorhome, part exchange it for another or simply hand it back.

HOW IT WORKS

Borrow any amount from £1,000 and set repayments to suit your budget for a period of 1–5 years

  • Available on new motorhomes
  • Annual mileage restrictions are set at 8,000 a year


The options at the end of the agreement are:

  1. Part exchange the motorhome subject to settlement of your existing finance agreement; new finance agreements are subject to status or
  2. Return the motorhome and not pay the Final Repayment. If the motorhome is in good condition and has not exceeded the agreed maximum mileage you will have nothing further to pay. Further information on what is considered good condition can be found at blackhorse.co.uk/MotorHomeGoodConditionGuide. If the motorhome has exceeded the agreed maximum mileage a charge for excess mileage will apply or
  3. Pay the Final Repayment to own the motorhome.


WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Ideal if
You like to keep your options open

  • You want the option to own your motorhome outright at the end of the agreement
  • You like to budget and know the exact repayment amount each month

Budget with confidence

  • Protection under the Consumer Credit Act Termination Rights and Protection under the Consumer Rights Act
  • Protection against depreciation as a result of an unexpected fall in the value of the motorhome when you hand the motorhome back

Things to consider

  • Your motorhome is at risk of repossession if you do not maintain contractual repayments
  • You must have fully comprehensive insurance
  • You do not own the motorhome until the final payment including interest has been made
  • A significant proportion of the credit is deferred until the end of the agreement, you should prepare for this if your want to own the motorhome
  • PCP is only available on new motorhomes

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