Mercedes Sprinter MWB
The platform bed at the rear extends on drawer slides to create a larger than king size bed! (167x200cm).
Alternatively, if you want to sleep 3 people, the rear bed can’t be extended (measuring 120cm wide and 167cm long) with a third person on the sofa. Please note this means you will have limited leg space!
We have owned our gorgeous van Elbert for just about two years, we have hired it out with quirky campers and used it for personal holidays – it is truly amazing and has been loved and carefully looked after. Main reason for sale is that we have recently moved and we just don’t have the time to enjoy it. Elbert is a truly top spec, luxury campervan who is ideal if you are looking for a totally swish campervan holiday. Whether you are experienced campervanners or totally new to trying out van life, this van basically suits everyone, because he has it all!
First and foremost, Elbert is a looker! He has a Scandi-inspired interior which means that the entire living area feels really spacious, fresh and very homely. Inside, you will find a super comfy 160cm wide 200cm long bed that extends on drawer slides using the sofa cushions. The booth style seating extends to create a bench sofa. There is a fully equipped kitchen with lots of cupboard space for food as well as all the pots and pans, double hob and compressor fridge (which keep all your goodies perfectly chilled). There is lots of storage under the bed which is a great space for storing all sorts of getaway gear. For those avoid cyclists, Bertie has a slick pull out storage system to keep your prized possession safe and out of the weather!
He is primed for off grid adventures with solar power, batteries that charge as your drive, and a an outdoor heated shower. So, if you want to adventure in style and comfort, Elbert’s the chap for you! Elbert also boasts what every campervan yearns for – a wood burner! Bringing you cosy nights around a crackling fire, side doors open snuggled into a blanket watching a sunset; this is truly what van life dreams are made of.
Gas Propex HS200
Carvar water heater – for tap and outdoor shower. LPG fed or Electric when plugged into mains.
Heating is controlled by modern thermostat, you can always see what temperature the van is and choose what temperature you want the heater to kick in. Water heater is on a timer so you can have hot water all day.
It is very well insulated 50mm insulation boards all round, loft insulation and a vapour barrier. It was designed to be taken skiing so we have held back!
The pull out bed is really quite something. It is a platform bed that extends on drawer slides (support 240KG) to become a queen – so big and comfortable!
There is a shelf that extends out the back which support about 150Kg so you can sit and admire the view or open at night so you can peak out and see the stars
Pull out bike with clever frame.
-We got our electrics checked by an electrician to ensure it was safe-
200 aah battery
2 x 100W solar panels
1100W inverter – for running your plug in devices
Split charger – charges Leisure batteries whilst driving
Mains hook up
4 x USB ports for charging phones
2 x plug in sockets
Motion sensor lights for the garage
Under cabinet lighting
Vintage bulb light – nice warm light for atmosphere
(Lots of other bits – fuse box, shut off switches, battery charger, solar charger, battery monitor)
There is so much storage Including 4 large drawers, 3 wicker crates, massive drawer over the fridge, pull out pantry cupboard.
2 ring hob
Massive ceramic sink
Feature copper pipe tap
50L compressor fridge – best type of fridge you can get in a Campervan
we have already mentioned the water heater above ^^
100L water tank
40L underslung waste tank
Water filter – we have worked really hard to ensure there is no plastic taste in the tank
Premium water filler pipe
Fiamma (top brand) water filler points – uses a hose connector so you don’t get soaking wet whilst filling up!
Fiamma shower point in the boot – we have an extendable shower pole that fixes between the back doors and a shower curtain that hangs off this and a wooden base to stand on. It works great – the shower is hot!
sealed rubber matting to make it hard wearing
Pull out bike stand with a fully adjustable stand
Lots of hooks and peg boards to make the space work for you!
Gas bottle box – gas has been signed off before but the certificate is now expired
Refillable gas bottle via external of the van at a petrol stations sell LPG and it cost about £5-£10. Much cheaper and more convenient than the Calor bottles!
Rhino ladder on the back doors
Thule roof bars – works great with our surfboards!
General fat winter tyres – we have gone surprisingly off road in these to get to the best camping spots! Also were amazing in the Austrian Alpes over winter
Reversing camera links up to stereo with screen
The bodywork of the van is not in great condition. We painted half the van grey with raptor paint that is very very tough, however there is some rust coming through. We would consider repainting the van.
The van is not a new van! we have spent a lot on mechanics meaning a lot has been repaired! Although this doesn’t affect its performance, this year it has done 3 long trips to Europe and had no problems mechanically, it is very reliable.
Please note: Quirky Campers do not inspect the listings for accuracy or check campervans in person. We have asked sellers to provide evidence of certificates and paperwork however you MUST check yourself that the information provided is present and correct. You will need to exercise the normal due diligence when buying any vehicle.