1993 VW Eurovan MV Weekender Price: 11900
Front-engine, 5-cylinder, transverse-mounted, 2.5 liters, fuel injection, 109 horsepower. Automatic Transmission, front-drive, seven-passenger compact van. Four-wheel independent suspension.
1993 EuroVan MV Weekender
Exterior Color: Bold Caribbean Teal
Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic
Interior Color: Grey
Engine: “Broad Torque” 5 Cylinder
Drivetrain: Front Wheel Drive
“Broad Torque” 5 Cylinder Engine with Front Wheel Drive
4-Wheel Independent Suspension
Power Assisted Rack & Pinion Steering
Power Ventilated Front Disc & Rear Drum Brakes
Load-Sensitive Braking System (LBS)
Head Restraints (5) for all seven passengers
Child Safety Rear Door Locks
High Mounted Brake Light
Dual Window Washer/Wiper/Defogger Systems w/ Intermittent Feature (Front & Rear)
27-Step Anti-Corrosion Protection Including Undercoating
Dual Heating System (Front & Rear)
Air Conditioning (Front only in Weekender - Not Functioning)
Power Sideview Mirrors
Front Captain’s Chairs (Driver & Passenger)
Lighted Vanity Mirrors
Beverage Holders (7)
Comfortable seating for 7 full-sized passengers
Flexible cargo combinations w/ folding & removable seats
Low floor allows for easy entry, exit & loading
Convenient fold-down table for rear passengers
Rear seat converts to full-sized bed
4-Speed Automatic Transmission
4-Wheel ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System)
Cruise Control (not functioning)
Power Front Windows
Central Locking System
Pop-Up Roof w/ 2-Person Bed
Window & Hatch Screens
Refrigerator - small under-seat version
Note: MV weekender version is not equipped with stove
Auxiliary Battery (2 batteries total)
Bold Caribbean Teal Paint
Gray Point Velour Cloth Interior
After Market Upgrades:
Stereo & Speakers (2012) - Kenwood CD w/ USB port & remote control (still have original stereo, if wanted)
Tires (2014) - 12,000 miles on new tires
Beverage holders. Replaced with telescoping holders for wider cups. Originals only fit 12oz cans.
Roof rack mounts - 4 sets
Air Conditioning - does not work. The motor was removed as a “quick-fix” while on a road trip in 2010. Never replaced as not needed in Northern Michigan, but still have the parts.
Lock on slider is manual, not connected to central locking system. Hatch & front doors operate on central locking system.
Minor Rust, primarily on lower frame beneath driver door (see photos). Vehicle has not been repainted to enable buyer to assess corrosion.
Plastic cover on inside of slider cracked (top of door). Does not interfere with functionality.
Passenger ceiling handle not attached. (Still have it, but did not reattach for safety reasons).
Fuel Gauge sticks.
Cruise control - not working.
3rd owner, we purchased 2000 in Seattle from a guy who rarely drove it and seemed pretty OCD. It was pristine. First owner was a “soccer mom."
Regular maintenance performed. Runs and drives great.
Primarily used for weekend camping & biking (Used as our 3rd vehicle - recreation only).
Occasional road trips (Colorado, DC, Tennessee). It’s not speedy on the mountain passes, but does fine.
Stored inside during winter months. Garaged or stored in carport otherwise.
Regularly detailed and very clean, with low wear, for its age.
Non smokers, no pets, perfumes or odors.
We added the black band of protective coating on the front of the roof about ten years ago, where the fiberglass was showing wear.
This van cannot be beat for camping and festivals. With ample storage and sleeping for four, it’s super comfortable. We opted for the MV version (vs. full camper with kitchen) for ease of maintenance and clean up at the end of a long weekend. Our outdoor kitchen setup kept the mess outside and allowed sleepers to lounge undisturbed. Full blackout curtains are in great shape and provide ample privacy.
Reason for selling: Love this van and hate to part with it. It’s been a ton of fun and always a great conversation starter. We’re downsizing and just don’t have room for extra vehicles.