CONVERTED SUZUKI APV PRice drop 7500 dollars LOW MILEAGE AVAILABLE CHILE.

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#1 Mon, 05/21/2018 - 08:44

CONVERTED SUZUKI APV PRice drop 7500 dollars LOW MILEAGE AVAILABLE CHILE.

During September 2017, myself and my partner purchased the SUZUKI APV. We purchased the van in Chile, Santiago. It was an empty shell. We have made it an insulated, self-sustaining home on wheels. The van has plenty of storage, a kitchen and a bedroom which can easily be made into ‘sofa mode’. It has an 190w solar panel, 110AH deep cycle leisure battery and MPPT charge controller with display, all installed and has provided us with enough power for internal lights (2 sets), a small fridge, and whatever we need each day. We have had no issues with the van, and have changed the oil filter and fan belt throughout. The kitchen is a pull-out, 2 ring gas burner, connected to a 6kg LPG gas tank. A small safe is installed under the bed. There are minor scratches and a little bump but nothing visible to the naked eye.
Specifications
Manufacturer: Suzuki APV Panel van no windows
Milage: 150,000 km 
Year: 2012
Engine: 1.6 petrol
Tank size: 55 litres
Transmission: manual 2WD
Weight: 1 ton
Length:  4.1 M
Width: 165cm
Measurements of the bedroom: 190 for the big bed, 160 for the small, width 150
Solar:
190W solar panel with 110AH deep cycle gel leisure battery, MPPT charge controller with display.
12V charging port for phones laptops.
2 sets of LED lights for those dark nights.

Kitchen
2 gas range hob with 6 kg LPG gas tank and Chilean regulator.
Storage for food with fridge and food create.
Spice rack
1 griddle pan
1 frying pan
1 pot
A set of cutlery (and holder) and utensils for cooking (knifes spatula ect)
2 baskets which hold condiments and essentials
1 chopping board
Plastic bowls and plates plus glasses.
Bbq grill for the authentic cooking over fires.
Kettle
Toaster
Pestle and mortar
Storage
• Divider for main storage for clothes ect.
• Safe to store personal important belongings.
• Tarpauling 4m by 4m
• Tool kit and bag for if you break down – tool kit includes,
• Hammer , socket set, cable ties, screw drivers, glue, screws, saw , axe tire pressure gauge, emergency tire repair kit, safety set fire extinguisher hi-vis jacket plus cone. Ratchet straps for anything that needs attaching.
• Extra storage include a plastic box stored under the kitchen a wooden create for vegetables electronic holders on the back of the seat.
Miscellaneous items
Surfboard can be included, 12v adapters for usb connections, cables for micro usbs, hunting knife can also be included.

We have travelled the Chile, Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador for around 8 months now. Having the van has made this a trip of a life time. Its very fuel efficient and due to it being petrol can handle all the hills you will encounter (Bolivia being high altitude and we never had any problems) It can hold enough food for two weeks, around 60 litres of water and a jerry can. It has allowed us to find and stay in the most amazing of places, including living on the salt flats for a week – which we highly recommend. We plan to end our trip in Chile to sell the van. Due to this we have extra items which we think may help make your trip as good as ours.
If you have would like any more information, or any tips from our travels, please don’t hesitate to ask.

Selling for $9500 dollars or chilean peso Equivalent Price can be negotiated

Tue, 05/29/2018 - 11:11

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Hi! Can you send me your WhatsApp contact for more info? Where are you now? I am now in chile north, Putre. Thank you 

Tue, 05/29/2018 - 11:58 (Reply to #2)

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Hey, of course! Our number on whatsapp +593989581549, we are currently in lima. Looking forward to hearing from you x

Tue, 05/29/2018 - 16:15 (Reply to #3)

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We will be in North Chile in about 4-5 days however