Chausson Flash

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Chausson Flash
2.2L 04

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WE WANT TO BUY YOUR MOTORHOME! Free valuation, free collection, instant faster payment. Call 01283 240237 or visit WeBuyAnyMotorcaravan.com Here is a 2011 Chausson Flash 04 motorhome, based on the Ford Transit 2.2TDCI, 115bhp engine. Coming in at 3,500kg, it can be driven on a normal car licence with a very healthy payload of 722kg. At less then 6m long, this motorhome is well packed in. There is a half dinette at the front which can turn into a single bed. In the centre is a bathroom opposite a continental style kitchen. At the rear is a large double bed, with Chaussons Easy Bed system, which allows adjustment of the height for a taller garage for storage whilst travelling and a lower bed on site. If you have any questions or want to sell your motorhome, please get in touch by visiting WeBuyAnyMotorcaravan.com or calling 01283 240237. *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 20,000 Miles
  • Fuel Type Diesel
  • Transmission Manual
  • Berths 3
  • End Layout END BEDROOM
  • Year 2011 (61)
  • Body C-class
  • Engine Size 2.2L
  • Colour
  • Doors 3

Features

  • 3 Berth
  • 4 Seatbelts
  • Tranverse Bed
  • TV
  • Reversing Camera
  • Washbasin
  • Toilet
  • Shower
  • Electric Door Mirrors
  • Drivers Electric Window
  • Fridge
  • Hob
  • Microwave

Specification

Cost and Efficiency

Co2 Emissions 0g/km

Euro Status
Security
Engine and Performance

Max Power bhp

Max Power at

Max Torque lb-ft

Max Torque at
Engine Size 2.2L
Aspiration
Valve Gear
Cylinders
Cyl. ARR
Drive
Gears
Weights and Measures
  • Dimensions

    kg
    ht. 2760
    Width 2300
    Length 5990
  • 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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