2003 Eurovan CAMPER with new wheels and shocks/lif Price: 35000
2003 Volkswagen EuroVan MV Weekender, finished in Light Silver Metallic with a gray interior. This has been the ultimate adventure mobile for the last four years.. We sleep our family of four (and a large dog) comfortably for extended periods of time. The odometer reads 186k, but 2.5 years into owning it the timing chains went, which prompted us to drop a new engine in. The new (to us) engine has 150k on it.
Equipment includes 16-inch powder black alloy wheels, stability control, a Westfalia pop-up roof tent, a fold-out cabin table, heated seats, air conditioning, power windows and locks, an AM/FM/cassette radio, and more as detailed below.
Modifications - 3 inch lift, Bilstein shocks, Yokohama Geolander all terrain tires
Based on the T4 Transporter, the U.S.- market EuroVan received a big update for the 2001 model year with more power and 16-inch alloy wheels. The step-up MV trim level came with a fold-out cabin table and a rear-facing middle-row seat, while the Weekender package came with the full Westfalia upgrade.
Power comes from a 2.8-liter VR6, rated at 201 horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque. Output is sent to the front wheels through a 4-speed automatic transmission.
partial list of notable equipment is shown below:
16-inch alloy powder black wheels
3in lift kit
Westfalia pop-up roof tent (full mattress up top)
Fold-flat rear bench (another full bed+)
Fold-out cabin table
Power windows and locks
Privacy window curtains and rear bug screen
Some stone chips on the front end
Some lower outer body pinch welds are damaged
Some rust on the underbody components