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Affordable used Japanese campers
Many Japanese love escaping the city crowds to explore the countryside in recreational vehicles. According to the Japan Recreational Vehicle Association, there are currently about 100,400 RVs in Japan and the used RV market is booming.
At Japan Car Direct, we’ve noticed that more and more people around the world are discovering the appeal of used Japanese RVs and importing them from Japan countries like the US, Canada and the UK.
Used Japanese RVs offer remarkable reliability at low prices. They also squeeze maximum utility into minimum space and maximum power from minimal fuel to deliver a whole lot of pleasure, performance, fuel efficiency and practicality. While smaller than many RVs in the west, they let you travel and relax in home-like comfort without worrying about narrow roads or small parking spaces. Their smaller size also allows them to be shipped at standard freight rates.
There are lots of used Japanese RV models to choose from at used car auctions and used car dealers in Japan. Many of these vehicles are in great condition with moderate mileage even from the 1980s and early 1990s, which means you can legally import them to your home country at low cost — even the United States with its strict 25-year rule.
The following are some great examples of used Japanese RVs that Japan Car Direct recently purchased and exported to lucky RV lovers abroad.
Mitsubishi Delica camper
The Mitsubishi Delica camper is great for sightseeing and camping. It has a sleeping area above the cab, a table with sofas that convert to a bed, another long sofa that extends to create another bed, a shower room with built-in toilet, a practical kitchen with cabinets, a handy stove and refrigerator. You could live pretty comfortably in one of these. Power is provided, on Delica campers, by a 3.0 V6 gasoline or 2.8 turbo-diesel engine, both of which generate more than enough torque and horsepower to take this lightweight vehicle up steep mountain roads. 2WD, 4WD and models with a 2-foot longer wheelbase are available.
1992 Toyota Town Ace camper van
It’s hard to beat the reliability of a Toyota. While slightly smaller than the other RVs in this article, this 1992 Toyota Town Ace camper van offers many of the same great features. You can pop up the rooftop tent to create a more open atmosphere in the daytime, and convert the area to a bed at night that comfortably sleeps one adult or two children. The potent 2.0 liter gasoline engine under the cabin has only 87,000 km on the odometer, and four wheel drive takes you wherever you want to go with confidence. When parts need replacing, you can find them just about anywhere because many parts are shared with the Toyota Hilux.
1994 Isuzu Elf Camp camper
The name Elf Camp makes you wonder just how small this vehicle is, but it’s the same size as most other Japanese campers and carries up to 10 people. The big space-efficient interior features a table and two sofas that fold up to make a bed, sleeping quarters above the cab, plenty of storage cupboards and counter space, a stove, sink, refrigerator, shower and toilet — everything you need to enjoy comfortable journeys and fun camping trips.
Whether you are looking to cruise the coastline or climb mountains, travel with small or large groups there are Japanese campers to fit your needs. And with a little imagination and modification, you can customize them to make them a perfect fit for you. The Japan Car Direct team has personally owned and enjoy a variety of campers. Choose us to find the best one for you.
External links of interest:
Campers at Goo.net