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Old 07-17-2017, 03:48 AM   #41
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Huh? Isn't Aktiv 1.0 is the same size - Like the Zion SRT? Aktiv 2.0 is the longer one.
No, this is shorter than the SRT.

This is built on the 136" wheel base.
This is only 17' long.
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Old 07-17-2017, 02:06 PM   #42
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You must have missed my post.

17'9" to be exact.
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So what is the street price of these piles of junk? $49k would be about the highest price someone should consider them at. Because then its close enough to the price of converting your own van where you may as well just get these and upgrade them over time if wanted.
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What do you care since they are just a pile of junk?
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To clarify, there are 4 lengths of PM available in the US. Since mine is the 136" WB, I tend to think of the others in reference to it:

136" WB has 122" floor behind the seats, a 49" side door, and 17'9" total length.
118" WB loses 18" of the side door. It is only available in low roof.
159" WB adds 23" just behind the side door
159" WB Extended adds another 14" behind the rear wheels.

Our 136" is comfortable for two adults several months at a time.
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