Mobilvetta Top Driver 61 2001 Chevrolet

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Hi everyone, I'm considering buying my first motorhome and would like some advice please. The mobilvetta meets my criteria of compact size, four berth including four seat belts and within buget. I have two main questions.

Mobilvetta motor homes. 2001 Mobilvetta Driver 70. A Coachbuilt motorhome based on a Iveco chassis. 2009 Mobilvetta Top Driver P81. Mobilvetta Design Top Driver 61 Motorhome for sale in Cambridgeshire. Mobilvetta Design Top Driver 61 6 Berth. Mobilvetta: Model: Design Top Driver 61: Berth: 6. AUTOCARAVANA MOBILVETTA.

In 2000 The supplied the top driver with three engine sizes to chose 1.9, 2.5 and 2.8. From this range which is the more desirable or reliable? I'm viewing a mobivetta soon is there anything I should check / know issues with this model. Thanks for any help. Posted: 21 November 2014 11:01 PM Subject: RE: Engine size and buying advice - mobilvetta top driver 52 Forum master Posts: 4134 Location: NE Lincolnshire - M/H - 2012 Adria Sport S572SL. Hi Levitated & welcome to the forum. I'm not familiar with the mobilvetta range, but what ever model of coach-built motorhome you view at that age the singularly most important issue at that age has to be damp / water ingress.

Ask for a damp check. Regarding engine size, IMHO the 1.9L will be short on power (only 84bhp from memory) If the 2.5L has a turbo, it should be OK power wise & some think this was the best unit at that time, but the 2.8L will have chain drive as opposed to cam-belt. The 2.8L can suffer from 5th gear problems but is not an expensive job if caught at the right time. Posted: 22 November 2014 1:58 PM Subject: RE: Engine size and buying advice - mobilvetta top driver 52 Location: Wirral - 2013 Hymer BClass 504 130bhp. 1.9 fitted to keep down the cost. Adequate best sums it up. 2.5 turbo was a good lump in the 90's I had a non turbo and turbo version.

2,8 TdI was the best. Mine had a cam belt change after 5 years. Free video downloader for windows 10. Mobilvetta parts will not be easy to find although from memory, these vans contained a lot of fittings common to other vans. Mobilvetta Driver was one of the better Italian imports but damp in Italian vans, and UK vans in fairness, was common. If you can, go for the 2.8tdi, check for damp, and usual mechanical checks.

Check service records. On the habitation side, gas and electrical fittings are where the greatest danger exists so make sure these are serviced by a qualified agent. Rust on the front members of Fiats is not unknown. If you have a specific vehicle in mind and can post a link, you might get more specific comment. Posted: 23 November 2014 9:51 AM Subject: RE: Engine size and buying advice - mobilvetta top driver 52 Location: Herefordshire - 2015 Rapido 640F LHD 2.3ltr 150bhp.