Maggie the Mazda Bongo (2001) Automatic

2550 | 15


Mazda Bongo (2001)

94,500 miles
2 Berths

Essential Information
Kitchen Sink
Dining Table
Ceiling Fan/Vent
DAB Radio
Audio Inputs

Detailed Information
Vehicle Description

Maggie the Mazda Bongo is looking for a new home!

If you’re looking for an easy to drive camper, which can also double as your everyday vehicle, Maggie will be perfect for you. She drives really well, and we have been on adventures with her all over, to Cornwall, Wales, and last year we travelled all the way from Exeter up to Scotland to spend a couple weeks exploring the beautiful NC500. I’ve never experienced a breakdown whilst I’ve been driving her!

I’ve personalised her with vintage fabric and made pockets that tie to the back of the seats, and pockets along the top walls of the van, as well as curtain in a floral pattern separating the front driving area to the back, and floral curtains on the back window. The new owner is welcome to keep these decorative parts, or they can be removed without leaving any marks/damage to the van.

Last July she received a full service and had further work done. Here is a list of some of the repairs/investments I have made since having her:
Replaced front suspension arm
Repaired coolant leak
Welding repairs to front cross member
New exhaust fitted

Price: £6000
152125km (94500 miles – this will increase slightly before sale).
MOT until 4th December 2024
Double Gas Hob
Rock and Roll Bed
Side Elevating Pop Roof
Passenger chair that also functions as chair in rear area
Plenty of storage
DAB Radio and AUX connection
2 x USB phone charging ports
Pull down blinds on all four back windows
12v Electrics
240v Electrics (Electric hook-up)
Leisure Battery
Water hook-up point

She has some rust spots on the bodywork (if you’ve done much research into Bongos you’ll know by now that this is a very common issue). I had her undersealed when I first got her and had rust improvement work done to the actual frame of the car. The paint work isn’t perfect, with a few scratches and paint missing (to be expected for this age of car). And there is a superficial dent on the back drivers side, which hasn’t effected the paint on the car. The electric hook up needs to be re-secured as can be a little temperamental (but still works when taped).

Parting ways with this lovely vehicle because I’m getting a bigger van. Happy to answer any other questions and will accept a reasonable offer!

Other details/spec:
4.6 metres long
1.7 metres wide
2.0 metres heigh

2260 kg

Sold as seen.

Beds Description

Just over single sized bed

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Contact Details

Vehicle Spec
Registered Type:
Motor Caravan - approved
Fuel Type:
Belted Seats:
3 Belts
Driving Side:
Right-Hand Drive
Vehicle Length:
4.60 meters
Vehicle Height:
2.00 meters
Vehicle Width:
1.70 meters
Converter Type:
Self Build - Handcrafted Expert
Conversion Condition:
Gas Sign-off:
Max Weight (MAM, GVW or MTPLM):
Unladen Weight Verified:
No - the vehicle has not been weighed since completion

12v Electrics
USB Sockets
Leisure Battery
Split Charge Relay
240v Electrics
240v Mains Charger

Finance Options:

Finance options are available through our partner, Pegasus Finance. The UK’s leading specialist broker in the leisure finance industry.

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