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Drawing on what worked well in the Evalia, our Trafic-based camper has proven to be a very spacious, comfortable five seater MPV/estate - sleeping two - with a vast boot.

Following on from the Estafette (1959 - 1980/86), this third generation Renault Trafic sports a bi-turbo Euro 6 engine and returns around 45mpg - rather more economical and progressive than its forebear.

The individual front seats remain without swivels; their recline facility tips forwards (as in a two-door car) allowing the left side to create an impromptu backrest for the buddy seat/loo box.  Tipping the right side gives space for the kitchen extension flap to be raised.  
The mark IV flip-out kitchen includes a towel rail, akin to the rail on an Aga/Rayburn.  A small jump seat insert fits between the kitchen unit and toilet box - over the compressor cool box - offering a fifth seat when stationary.

The Reimo roof was ably fitted locally and has transformed the vehicle - more space, smarter lines, fresh air...

A ply-line effect box in the boot includes a slatted top for the bed.

A flip-up panel creates a blackout for night time sleeping.  Two hinged doors add to the homage of the original Estafette (and H van - and the tailgated-Renault Master), complete with a lozenge cut out.  

Pelmets are fitted using existing securing points in the vehicle, ensuring that all conversion elements are fitted without making any holes nor damaging the original vehicle.

More on the original Estafette: Wiki | Glace | PicAuto | Camper | Dacia Estafette