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Autocruise Unlisted
2.2L Stargazer

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WE WANT TO BUY YOUR MOTORHOME! Free valuation, free collection, instant faster payment. Call 01283240237 or visit WeBuyAnyMotorcaravan.com Here is a 2007 Autocruise Stargazer built on the Peugeot Boxer 2.2HDI engine with 120bhp. It is a 2 berth motorhome with 2 belted seats. At the front is a lounge area with 2 bench seats. These two bench seats can be used as two single beds, or pulls out to be one very large double bed. At the end is the kitchen, with a corner bathroom. This motorhome is ideal for couples and a nice manageable size at 6.4 metres in length, 2.31 metres in width and 2.84 metres in height. It comes in at less than 3,500kg which means it can be driven on a restricted car licence. This particular motorhome comes with an Omnistor awning, bike rack, double electric step, electric windows, electric mirrors, hidden TV and more. *All weights (especially with other options fitted) and measurements are a rough guide to factory standard and should not be taken as fact.




Key Info

  • Odometer 30,000 Miles
  • Fuel Type Diesel
  • Transmission Manual
  • Berths 2
  • End Layout END KITCHEN
  • Year 2007 (57)
  • Body Low Profile
  • Engine Size 2.2L
  • Colour
  • Doors 3

Features

  • 2 Berth
  • 2 Seatbelts
  • 12v Socket
  • Bench Seats
  • Awning
  • Bike Rack
  • Fridge
  • Toilet
  • TV

Specification

Cost and Efficiency

Co2 Emissions 0g/km

Euro Status E4
Security T2
Engine and Performance

Max Power 120bhp

Max Power at 3500rpm

Max Torque 236lb-ft

Max Torque at 2000rpm
Engine Size 2.2L
Aspiration TURBO CHARGED
Valve Gear DOHC
Cylinders 4
Cyl. ARR IN LINE
Drive FRONT
Gears 6
Weights and Measures
  • Dimensions

    kg
    ht. 2840
    Width 2310
    Length 6400
  • Max Gross Weight 3500kg
  • Towing Weight (Braked)
  • Towing Weight (Unbraked)
  • Seats

Note: These figures show the typical specification for this vehicle, actual figures may vary.

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