toyota cruisinator pop top camper

4×4 Show – New Toyota CRUISINATOR Pop Top Camper on display

BONETTI Campers was established in 2012 by Stefano Bonetti, who started his business repairing the ex-KEA Campers fleet which were sold to private owners after their start as a rental fleet.

Due to the large parts stock he was able to buy after KEA went into liquidation and the insight and knowledge gained as National Fleet and Operations manager for KEA Campers, Stefano is still the only accessible person in Australia who can assist and help owners of the aging ex-KEA vehicle fleet.

While building campers and converting vehicles, a mighty Toyota LandCruiser 6×6 pop-top camper has been designed and built. Over the years, a loyal and good customer base has been built up, with happy customers all over Australia who appreciate Bonetti’s open dialogue and trustworthy information.

In 2015, Bonetti Campers moved to the beautiful Sunshine Coast in Queensland and set up business near Coolum Beach where a new workshop was built in 2016. Now Stefano is very excited to present his new Toyota CRUISINATOR Pop Top Adventure Camper, which is a conversion that excels everything seen worldwide.

It’s a parallel pop-top, with the bed above the driver and passenger seats, the widest available measuring 145cm wide and 210cm long. The interior is designed to give best comfort and allow great storage and useability.

The equipment is well chosen for long-term travelling around the globe to withstand all challenges ahead.
Depending on the owner’s needs, the vehicle will be converted to customer specifications with options of an EZA lithium battery system up to 130Ah; one or more 140W solar panels; a pressurised hot water system (heat exchanger 12V or 240V); outside shower system; custom dual-zone 75-litre fridge/freezer; toilet system; a variation of awnings and shades; and LED lighting for inside and outside.

An additional CRUISINATOR version for traffic pilots with engineered fixing points for ‘oversize’ or other traffic guide signals, hazard lights and so on is in development. Versions for emergency services are in the designing stage.

For more information, see Bonetti Campers at the show on stand A148 or visit bonetticampers.com

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