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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 09-18-2015, 01:14 PM Thread Starter
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Going rates for new purchase

What is the typical price people pay for new vans?
Can private buyers match business rates?


Are these prices attainable?
eg £12k inc VAT for new 110ps Tekna? http://www.bristolstreet.co.uk/new-v...tekna-110-bhp/




When I ask the question I always get asked for details and I don't yet want salesman giving me hassle
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post #2 of 28 (permalink) Old 09-20-2015, 03:59 PM
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That is what I paid for mine and I am not a business user.
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post #3 of 28 (permalink) Old 09-21-2015, 04:44 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks.
That is a lot of van/vehicle for the money.
May I ask who from? (pm if you wish).
Are you doing a camper build? We seem to be meeting on the same threads?
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post #4 of 28 (permalink) Old 10-03-2015, 02:51 AM
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Bristol Street motors in Derby.
Yes I am going to camper van it. Been looking at lots of shows to get ideas. Just waiting for the van to arrive, been waiting two months now because the factory shuts down for all of august and I chose the extra glazing option so none in stock.
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Ah ok. We were planning on having windows cut in after, but looking the same, but keeping some panels solid.
I would be v v v v keen to keep an eye on what you are doing
*IF* we go ahead, we will have it fully insulated; diesel heating; rock n roll bed with loo access; underslung water/waste; hob/grill/sink; wardrobe; gas and leisure battery and solar. No pop top. So a huge demand on a small van.
Its designed in my head
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I am thinking along a similar line but using a proplex gas heater and poptop. The glazing option from manufacturer for £150 which gives back windows. Lots of places will fit windows in the sides. Place I am looking at charges £285 for two dyed and fitted.
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Propex heaters are cheaper and less maintenance, but use lots of gas - we had it in our (now sold ) van. We expect to use van for 1-2 month trips and unless you had refillable gas you'd not have enough. In winter abroad we'd fill up or 6kg LPG every 10 days or so. In the NV I would only want a small gas bottle so have to go diesel heating. Don't want refillable in NV as you need fixed external filler to comply with regs.


Poptop is a tough call too - but we want to use it for more discreet camping but would also have roof-bars for snowboards & solar panel, so we'll not go that route. Could be retro fitted though if we made the wrong call. Used a lot, over winter, it would be cold & damp and get mouldy. Again, everyone is different and will use campers differently.


Interesting about the back window - we only want the NS rear door glazed, the OS not. But if its factory installed do you get rear wipe or heated? If so I'd compromise and have them do that on build.


Anyway, now van sold (yesterday) can think about this plan a bit more
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PS


W T F !!!!!!!!


That link in original post was showing £9,995+vat
Today, its £16,035+vat


eh!?!
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post #9 of 28 (permalink) Old 11-17-2015, 04:34 PM
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Yep. You left it too late. They are only shipping euro 6 engines now hence much more expensive.
Bristol street still have some new euro 5 engine vans for the cheaper price. Most are the acenta but derby has one tekna 110. This was going to be ours but arrived without the optional glazing we asked for. We now have to wait until mid January for a euro 6 van. We only orderd it back in July.
With the glazing option you get the two back windows, heated with wash / wipe as well as a bulkhead window and rear view mirror. Not bad for £150.
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Maybe not
I put an order in 2 weeks ago, and they assure me its Euro 5 on the Tekna till next summer. Euro 6 on the Acenta but not orderable or priced on the Tekna. BUT - unlike you we are ordering the Tekna 90 not the 110. We're also gone for the rear glazing pack (which we'll tint), protection pack, the folding seat thing, and dark grey. Paid a bit more than you but not much, without options/colour the van was only a couple hundred more than before (though 90 engine out of choice)


I was told if engine is Euro 6 (though told it wont be) it'd be +£3-350 ish.


Should be getting it in March. I've also had confirmation that price is fixed for March pickup


I've not been able to get any quotes for fitting the side glass! They say they'll get back to me, then noting. We'll see what happens when we get the van.

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We are converting a new NV200 tekna to Campervan - conversion build blog detailed here: http://www.doyourdream.co.uk/nv-200-...mpervan-index/
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