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Mazda Mpv 2002

located in Tauranga & Bay Of Plenty and listed under Cars & Campervans

We are leaving New Zealand and it’s time to sell our van. It’s a first generation backpacker, we bought and built everything in it. All seats are still in the van, you can use it with the bed (bed base and folded seats) or as a normal van. The back seat can be folded into a couch(see pictures below). It’s a chain driven so no need to replace any cambelt. AC it’s working fine.

Make: MAZDA
1st Generation Backpacker
Model: MPV
Year: 2002
Colour: BLACK
Body Style: Station Wagon (LW3W)
Seats: 7
CC rating: 2,260cc
Fuel Type: Petrol
Transmission: Automatic
Model Code: TA-LW3W
Odometer: 230xxx km
Chain driven
WOF: until 11/ 2018
REGO: until 01/01 2019
Working Air Conditioner
New front tyres
Recent Oil Change
New Spare Tyre

INSIDE THE CAR
- Double Spring Mattress, 2 big pillows, 2 small pillows, 2 Queen size duvets, 2 blankets, linens
-Queen size Air Mattress
- Full set of pots, pans, plunger, cups, plates, cutlery, kettle, Stainless steel flask and coffee mug
- Gas cooker with two new gas cartridges
- Big cooler -
Pop up tent, two sleeping bags and two camping chairs
-Two hot water bottles
-Led lantern and led bulb
-AUX cable for music
-New Zealand travel guide

SAFETY FIRST
Complete set of tools for any emergency
-Hydraulic jack
-Lug wrench
-Jumper cables

CONTACT
For any questions, test drive or more photos, email, text or call us.
Mauricio :027 524 0154 / Leticia: 027 574 7509
mpaulinoz@gmail.com

WE RECOMMEND YOU UNDERTAKE AN INSPECTION
Before buying a campervan or car we recommend that you get the vehicle checked by an independent mechanic or have an inspection by the AA undertaken to ensure there are no major faults or problems. If you are renting or taking advantage of a buyback scheme make sure you have a valid contract in place.

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