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Getting Wise on Camper Options

Getting Wise on Camper Options

Dominic Wiseman has been covering all things TRAKKA for half a decade now. He's covered everything from our Trakkadu pop top campervan, Akunas and Jabirus both in mid and long wheel base, 2WD and off road. He's camped in, slept in, cooked in, driven them and been behind the scenes and under vehicles on a hoist in the factory. Beyond just TRAKKA, he has years experience writing for various automotive and 4x4 publications so we asked him for some further things to consider when choosing the right camper. The choice between a 2WD (two-wheel drive) and a 4WD (four-wheel drive) vehicle...

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TRAKKA Family Rundown: Crafter MWB

TRAKKA Family Rundown: Crafter MWB

TRAKKA Akuna A2M, Delivered August 2020 Having previously owned a Trakkadu campervan, what was it about the next size up of our Akuna A2M?  The mid sized Akuna appealed to us because we are able to park in parking spots in all towns that we visit. It is under the 6m limit that cannot be exceeded in many regions. We are also able to park it in our own car space.  We upgraded to the Akuna A2M in 2020 because we wanted a vehicle that would allow us to travel and be COVID safe. It has done this because we never...

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TRAKKA Family Rundown: Akuna A2

TRAKKA Family Rundown: Akuna A2

TRAKKA Akuna A2 motorhome, delivery April 2022 What is it about the A2 Conversion? The ease of travel, set-up at camp. Go where and when I like, no need to book motels etc. The interior design, layout. Quality of construction. Roller shutter type overhead doors. LED strip lighting. The layout where bed and dining table can be left set-up. Sliding fly screens to side and rear doors. All diesel powered cooktop, water and room heater. Some other aspects that make this van great: The fridge being at a good working height not tucked under kitchen like other brands. Drawers to...

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TRAKKA Family Rundown: Akuna A2M

TRAKKA Family Rundown: Akuna A2M

TRAKKA Akuna A2M, Delivery 2021 The Camper Having hired various high quality VW campervans in Scotland, I could see the TRAKKA models were cleverly set out with thoughtfully designed. There are so many excellent features it is difficult to choose, but the single fuel source comes high on the list. The many powerpoints and USB charge points mean I can utilise all areas of the van when I want to plug in my devices for work or entertainment. It was cold enough at Wollomombi National Park to take advantage of the generous supply of free firewood to light a warming...

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