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JAYCO Swift Caravan Outback Camper 2017 | Comfortable for 2-4 people

Jayco Swift | (2 ratings)

Wandin North, Victoria, Australia

About the owner

Owner Daniel

Super owner
Responds within 3 hours
Responds to 100% of messages
Accepts 75% of requests

Features

Length:
4.28 m
Width:
2.2 m
Height:
1.9 m
Year built:
2017
Tare weight:
1085 kg
Drawbar load:
101 kg
Max. weight caravan:
1385 kg
Braking system:
Portable Electronic Brake available for hire $50
Berths:
4
Seats:
4

Description

Facilities

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House Rules

No smoking
No pets
Family friendly
Snow destinations allowed
Festivals allowed
Non-Australian license allowed
Minimum age: 25 years

Insurance

The insurance for the whole of Australia is included in the price.

Cover
  • Loss of the vehicle
  • Accidental damage
  • Malicious damage

Deposit

The deposit for this camping vehicle is €750. The deposit will be returned to you after the rental period.

2 Ratings

Jacqueline
13/01/2020
Amazing customer service from owner. Campervan was was exactly what we were looking for ! Thank you
Larissa
24/05/2019
Hi Daniel,

The Jayco Swift was perfect for my trip away. It was easy to set up, although I needed a hand with rolling up the awnings when packing up but easily done with 2 people.
The van was clean, neat and tidy. The mattress was surprisingly comfy and the little heater supplied was exactly what I needed on the chilly night.
I had watched the video beforehand but couldn't access it when I arrived as I had no reception. A 'how to' manual in the van would be handy. A hammer for the pegs and maybe label which pole goes where would be great, but I figured it out eventually.
Thanks again, the van was perfect.