Alarm, Central Locking, Immobiliser, This is a stunning example of the Swift Sundance 590rl motorhome, with a 1.9 diesel engine its ecconomical too. A 4 berth home with all the luxuries you would expect. Its also got a bike rack and extra storage on the roof. The vehicle is exceptionally low mileage and in pristine condition. *VIEWING IS BY APPOINTMENT BUT ESSENTIAL-FINANCE IS AVAILABLE ON THIS MOTORHOME*
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Listed on 25/10/2014. Viewed
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Notes and directions
Just a few things to look out for to help you get the most out of your viewing:
How long is the MOT? How long is the road TAX? What service history does the vehicle have?
Are the gaps between panels equal? (if not the car could have been involved in an
Look at the seals around the doors and windows for paint, if you see any the car has
probably been re-sprayed, ask why.
Will the car need new tyres soon? Anything less than 5mm is getting a bit thin.
Are the tyres worn unevenly? The tracking is probably out and will need re-aligned ASAP.
Make sure the seatbelts work or you'll never make it through the next MOT.
Signs of high-mileage are: worn drivers seat, shiny steering wheel and gear knobs, worn pedal rubbers.
Damp carpets can be a sign of damaged seals around windows and doors.
Look at the steering column for signs of damage, this could indicate attempted theft.
Check the spare wheel and make sure the car has a jack.
Under The Bonnet:
Have you checked the VIN number against the vehicle documents?
Is there oil around the re-fill cap (this suggests the engine uses too much oil, ask the owner).
Is there oil or water dripping out anywhere around the engine compartment, this could be expensive to fix.
Is the oil and water low? This suggests the owner does not maintain the vehicle well.
Look at the oil filler cap, if it has a white residue the cylinder head has most likely gone, this is very expensive.