Looks nice, but I still like my Travato LOL, however I do recommend 21'-23' for anyone these days. Well unless your inventive on making space for items.
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The friendly snail symbolizing Safari Condo will soon adorn the body of new recreational vehicles (VR) made on the basis of the Ford Transit van, a first for this manufacturer Beauceron.
For almost a quarter of a century, Safari Condo has been manufacturing RVs designed with attention to detail and carefully assembled. The first models were original and practical conversions of GM vans, first the small Safari, then the Savana, larger, which made it more convenient.
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In 2010, Safari Condo took the European turn by adding to its range models exploiting the versatile architecture and the efficient mechanics of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. Then, in 2014, the arrival of the first models built from the Ram ProMaster sparked a new craze because of their wider body, their ultra-low flooring making it easy to board and an interior that offered a free height as large as a Sprinter.
FROM GM to Ford
Safari Condo is now turning to Ford Transit, first to meet customer demand. "For the past few years, buyers have been asking us if we are offering this chassis," said Dominique Nadeau, president of the company. "Transit will become the intermediate product between the ProMaster and the Sprinter. For a variety of reasons, some customers also raised concerns about both brands. We believe this Ford will be better able to satisfy them."
The pandemic and containment have also led the company's management to question itself. "Despite a stable and beneficial relationship with GM over the past 20 years, our team and customers have charted a different future for our product line. That's why we decided to focus on Transit rather than Savana, whose production at home is coming to an end," explained Nadeau. As for the Transit, the first series models will be delivered in 2022.