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Message posted by jaygee32 on 07/6/2014 at 2:29pm
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We rather like the look of this van. Does anyone have one? any opinions?
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The Nuevo is one of Auto Sleepers best selling vans of all time and the year range you are looking at was prior to them wanting to "upsize" it. In many peoples opinion was moving it out of its size class.
I could waffle on about it but have a look on the Auto Sleepers Owners Forum www.autosleeper-ownersforum.com   in the coachbuilt section
For what its worth I prefer the EK to the ES (extra seat in the back) version

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Nuevo, lovely motor caravans. No wonder they are popular

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Message posted by jaygee32 on 08/6/2014 at 2:48pm
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Thank you for your replies. we have a rapido709f at the moment, but being rather old and arthritic we find it hard to get in and out of the fixed bed which is why we're looking for 2 singles. most models are too long for our driveway so the neuvo would i think suit us.

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Message posted by 62marylou on 10/6/2014 at 10:09pm
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We have the Nuevo Es. Has the option of two passengers belted in, also have the massive extra storage over the cab. We have been pleased that we can easily park it when we go out. Contact me if I can answer any questions.


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Hi Marylou, You've got a lovely van there. we had a peugeot Pilote once with similar seating, it also had overcab bed which was great but we got to the stage where we couldn't climb up to it easily, or keep lifting the table to make lower bed,(as yours does) hence the fixed bed, but now having difficulty with that, which is why we'd like singles. dont want to give up our travels just yet. but as i've said old age is against us sadly! so still hoping to get what we'd like. the neuvo ek seems most likely. Thanks for your reply.

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Message posted by 62marylou on 16/6/2014 at 10:54pm
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If you can go and spend some time in one - we don't make up the double bed (often!) Usually use the turned round front seats, take away back rests (they go in Luton) and use sleeping bags along settees and front seats we are comfortable like that tho you could use duvalays . This seems less trouble and is easier for nocturnal trips to loo etc.
Good luck with your search.

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Anything that makes the nocturnal trips easier will be welcome!! we're going to get a full MOT on our van first before we try to change it. hoping we'll get a good partex for it.

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