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Below are a couple of links for the Wellhouse Leisure Hyundai i800 Camper van which we have been building since Feb 2011, already in its first 6 months its won the "Motor Caravan of the Year" award and also the Practical Motorhomes "Motorhome of the year" awards both times beating off the VW T5's !

http://www.wellhouseleisure.com/videos.php

Hyundai Practical Motorhome review July 2011:

http://www.practicalmotorhome.com/news/video-review-wellhouse-hyundai-i800-camper

Can be seen at the NEC show in Birmingham October 2011 and all been well through selected Hyundai dealers in 2012. Hi-top and automatic versions as well as left hand drive all available.

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Im not really up on the campevan scene but that looks really cool! Would be interesting to see in real life!

Where would you sleep?

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Im not really up on the campevan scene but that looks really cool! Would be interesting to see in real life!

Where would you sleep?

Looked at the youtube video that explained my quesiton :P

Very clever, also amazing when it says its £10000 cheaper than the rivals! :o

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Hi all,

In reply to your questions,

It Weighs just 150kg more as it loses the weight of the seats, flooring and tracks as well as the rear air-con first before conversion.

Re price compared to a VW California its around £12,000 on a like for like basis and £16,000 cheaper than a VW Autosleeper Trooper.

Reason we choose the Hyundai is that in the last 8 years we had converted over 750 Japanese base vans such as Mazda Bongo, Toyota Granvia and Regius so we were used to converting high spec Japanese vans already and the i800 fitted in well with what we wanted to do.

You sleep 2 in the roof, 2 on the bottom and you can have a 5th cab bed bunk.

Until last year we had not had much to do with Hyundai but were sold on them now so much so we have bought a new Santa Fe.

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