...we're about to advertise our pride and joy....might fit the bill!
I don't want this to become an advertorial!!...so, will keep the bio brief...
In short, it's never missed a beat and been wonderful to us...we never intended selling it...infact, baby no.1 fitted in just about....the unplanned arrival of baby. no.2 means that we've had to move to the Kombi world!
It's a 2006 56 Nissan Primastar 2.0 Dci ... fully, professionally converted for biking duties!
It's a really really good piece of work....SWB but designed for living in!
I designed/spec'd it (all sterling power products (look them up), PS2, integrated flatscreen TV, SMEV hob/sink, premium audio, drop-down bed ... list goes on.
The mileage is going to put people off/effect sales price (my plan was always to keep until death, replacing the engine as needed) ..
I purchased the van 4 years ago, 1 light parcel fleet owner (94k miles)...I purchased on condition/wear...(I think it had been going around the M25 non-stop...as felt as tight as a new vehicle).
We've done 75k in 4 years (around Europe 4 times) - plus every summer w'end etc. In that time, it's had 2 tyres, services every 10k miles, brake discs/pads and that's it! Oh, the clutch went last July on the way up to Sauze ... !!
Yet to clean/take photos or really think about the price. Total conversation to us was cir. £16k.....and the van is still pretty much immaculate....but 170k miles! So, suspect that we'll be looking at the £5 - £6k mark.
Trying to take an objective viewpoint - you need to see the van/the conversion etc to appreciate the value...as the owner/an automotive engineer I'd buy it for £5k in a heartbeat and if the engine ever goes then budget to replace with the later gen 115PS ...