About The Full Camper
In size and configurations, the Eurovan stands apart from the pack. Introduced in 1993, the VW Eurovan Camper replaced the lower powered rear-engine, rear-drive Vanagon with a new body style, and a 109 HP, 2.5-liter 5-cylinder front engine front wheel drive model. A 5-speed manual transmission was standard, with a 3-speed automatic optional. In 1997, VW increased the engine size to a 140HP, 2.8-liter V6 engine, as well as dual airbags. A 3-speed automatic is the only transmission option. The Eurovan Camper has a 4400-pound towing capacity (if equipped with brakes), and had a cargo capacity of 1/2 ton. Low-speed traction control is standard, along with fully independent suspension, rack-and-pinion steering, antilock brakes, a reinforced floor panel, a daytime running light option, as well as a child safety lock for the sliding door. These versatile vans come standard with power windows, a pollen/dust filter, air conditioning, power locks, cruise control, 6-speaker stereo, intermittent wipers, heated windshield-washer nozzles, rear wiper/washer, and power mirrors. Seating 5, the Eurovan Camper has a forward-facing center bench that converts into a 2-person bed. It also has a pop-up roof with 2-person bed, full-swiveling captain's chairs, window blinds, second deep-cycle marine battery, a refrigerator, stove, sink, furnace, and much more! In 2001, the Eurovan Camper's engine was substantially revised and gained 61 horsepower to a powerful 201HP, 2.8 liter V-6, antiskid system and rear child-seat anchors were also added as standard features.