Our Encounter 6 berth motorhome combines European style and practicality, making it perfect for a Kiwi adventure. Ideal for summer camping with the whole crew, the Encounter sleeps six people in total comfort, with automatic transmission making driving a breeze. Complete with kitchen facilities, toilet, shower and all general living equipment, it’s the ideal vehicle companion for discovering New Zealand!
|Make & Age :||
Non specific (sits under Britz)
No Vehicle Age Guaranteed*
|Year & Model :|
|Sleeping Configuration :||Sleeps 6 Adults
3 double beds or 2 doubles and 2 singles (cannot be requested)
Note: *Sleeping capacities do not mean like number of adults or full size teenagers can be accommodated comfortably. The features, bed sizes, and amenities listed are representative and may be changed, added or deleted without notice. The numerical vehicle lengths are approximate. Specific floor plans or models will vary and cannot be reserved or guaranteed.
|Toilet & Shower :||
Flushed toilet waste goes into cassette waste tank that is accessible from exterior compartment. Cassette waste tank must be empty and rinsed out prior to drop-off.
All campsites provide a waste disposal unit for emptying your toilet waste into.
|Air Conditioning :||
Driver's cab air-conditioning operates only when the engine is running.
|Heating :||Driver's cab and Main cab heating operates only when the engine is running. The rear cab heating operates on 240V when plugged in at campground or Diesel (cannot be requested).|
|Child Seats :||
All children aged seven years must travel in an approved child restraint.
This vehicle has positioning for a total of 2-3 child restraints.
Child seats (approximate age birth – 3 years) and Booster seats (approximate age 4 + years) can be fitted to the forward facing dinette seats in the vehicle.
Child/Booster Seats have to be pre-booked, otherwise cannot be guaranteed. Please advise age and weight of child on booking.
Child and Booster seat info 2019-20
Child and Booster seat info 2020-21
|Water Tank :||Capacity 100 litres. The filler cap is on the passenger side of vehicle and marked “water” and the filler hose is in the wardrobe. It is recommended to fill this tank daily.|
|Waste Water Tank :||Holding tank for grey waste water generated from the shower and the kitchen sink. Disposable at camping grounds and dump sites. Holds 100-105 litres.|
|Hot & Cold Water :||Pressurized|
|Internal Access :|
|Fire Extinguisher :||Supplied (to be purchased if opened)|
|Seat Belts :||6
(2x Driver's cab and 4x Living area)
Fridge/Freezer: 90-149L. The fridge operates on 12V battery whilst driving and switches to 240V mains when plugged in at a campground. The fridge will automatically switch over between the two supplies. Fridge performance may be affected by extreme temperatures.
Gas Bottle: A 1x 9kg bottle is supplied full on vehicle collection. The gas bottle is located in the exterior compartment on the driver’s side of the vehicle. Bottle has an ‘ON/OFF’ tap on it. Please ensure it is in ‘OFF’ position when not in use and when driving.
Oven: Operates only when connected to 240V mains power at a campground.
Cutlery & cooking utensils, Plates, Bowls, Cups, Wine glasses, Drinking glasses, Bottle/can opener, Mixing bowls, Colander, Saucepans & frying pan, Chopping board, Electric jug, Gas kettle, Electric toaster, Microwave storage containers, Tea towel.
Dustpan and brush, Fire extinguisher, Bucket & hose, Matches, Clothesline & pegs, Clothes hangers, Biodegradable toilet chemicals (in vehicles with toilets), First Aid Kit (in vehicle – paid for when used), Disposable gloves, Dishwashing liquid sachet, Dishcloth & scourer, Dish brush, Bin, Bin liner (degradable), Toilet roll (in vehicles with toilets).
|Storage :||Ample cupboard space, storage under seats at rear of vehicle.|
|Engine / Fuel :||Diesel|
|Fuel Capacity :||70-90 Liters|
|Fuel Consumption (approx) :||13 / L/100KM
Average 13 litres per 100 km. This may vary subject to the use of air-conditioning, temperature and terrain.
|Power Supply :||240V mains / Solar Power and 12V battery. The 240V mains power operates when the exterior power cable is plugged in at a campground. There are two 12V batteries, one for starting the engine, and the other for domestic 12V system. This system operates the water pump and fridge. Batteries are recharged by engine alternator.|
|Exterior Length :||6.87m – 7.12m|
|Exterior Width :||2.30m – 2.35m|
|Exterior Height :||3.20m|
|Interior Height :||1.90m – 2.08m|
Linen and Bedding (per person): Pillow, Pillowcase, Duvet (doona), Sheet, Towel, Bathmat and Blanket per person.
Certified Self Contained
Please Note: We cannot guarantee ages on specific vehicles.
These pictures and specifications are indicative of the vehicle that will be supplied under your booking. Actual vehicles may vary according to year of manufacture and availability but your vehicle will be suitable for the required number of people and have similar specifications to those on this website. Specific specifications cannot be requested. All measurements are approximate, not guaranteed and specifications may change at any time without any prior notice.