Campervan of the Month: July - Mighty Campers Double Down

Campervan of the Month: July - Mighty Campers Double Down

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The Mighty Double Down 4 berth has everything you need to get on the road with the essentials and all at a great price.

VehicleMighty Campers Double Down Campervan Rental - 4 berth
StyleToyota Van 2WD
Engine2.6L Unleaded Petrol
Fuel13 litre per 100km / 70 litre tank
FeaturesAutomatic, Power Steering, Driver & Passenger Airbags
Bed 2 x Double bunks (linen included)
Kitchen 2 Burner Gas Stove, Microwave, 80 Litre Fridge, Cold Water Sink
StorageLockers in rear of cabin
Features Cooking, crockery & Cutlery Utensils, CD/Radio
Included31 litre Fresh water tank, 3.3Kg Gas bottle
Optional2 x Booster & Child Seats

The Double Down Campervan from Mighty Campers offers compact comfortable space for 4 with 2 double bed bunks down the back and all the essentials for a great road trip.

Formerly known as Backpacker Campervans, Mighty Campers has recently been launched with new branding and new vehicle names across the fleet delivering the same great set of options and service for all your campervan needs.

Previously named the Backpacker Warrior, the Double Down is ideal for those looking for affordable accommodation on the road without all the bell and whistles associated with larger, more expensive vehicles. All the basics are covered with a kitchen equipped fridge freezer, 2 burner gas stove, microwave (when hooked up to the mains power) and cold water supplied sink. Sleeping comes by way of the afore-mentioned double bunk beds and bed linen is included in the price of the rental.

So, what does it lack? The obvious area is bathroom facilities, meaning you are likely more dependent on staying in Holiday Parks, although fortunately these are plentiful around Australia and New Zealand. In addition internal living space is less generous than found in larger and more expensive vehicles and other features such as TV, DVD players and external awnings are also not present. However these come at a price and that's what makes the Double Down such an attractive option for the budget traveller.

Under the hood there's a 2.6 litre petrol engine with automatic transmission, power steering and a 70 litre fuel tank giving a range of around 900kms depending upon driving conditions and terrain. Upfront there are driver and passenger airbags, Air-Con and CD Player (but no MP3 adaptor) to keep you safe, comfortable and entertained on the road.

If you're travelling with little ones child and booster seats can be fitted to the rear forward facing seats, but remember to book these in advance.

The Double Down is perfect for those looking to take their beds on the road without the need for the extras and additional space offered by more expensive and larger campervans.

For further details visit the DriveNow Mighty Double Down Campervan page. if you are interested in comparing campervan rental pricing, DriveNow can help you research and book your campervan holiday with impartial advice. For the latest rates and vehicle availability check out our Campervan home page.

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