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5 Cool VW Vans For Sale on Autotrader

Volkswagen is set phệ jump back into the van game soon with its upcoming ID.Buzz, a battery-electric reboot of its iconic VW Type 2 Bus from the 1950s and beyond.

While the Bus is inextricably linked phệ Volkswagen, the builder of people’s cars has made a lot of exciting people-carriers over the years. From 1980s Vanagon 3-row vans phệ 21st-century Eurovan campers, there are always plenty of VW vans on Autotrader. Here’s a look at five of the coolest you’ll find right now.

1. 1990 Volkswagen Vanagon GL Westfalia

1990 Volkswagen Vanagon GL Westfalia
This 1990 Volkswagen Vanagon GL Westfalia is $33,995.

German upfitter Westfalia (located in the almost eponymous Westphalia region of Germany) turned VW vans into campers for more than 45 years until Daimler acquired it in 1999. Still, VW and Westfalia go together like flower power and a ’60s Bus. The Vanagon model that replaced the Bus beginning in 1979 was far more advanced than its 1950s predecessor, and buyers could have it in a vast range of configurations, including one with all-wheel drive.

This dark blue 1990 model for $33,995 at a used car dealer in suburban Portland, Oregon, is loaded up with camper gear, including a hinged top that pops open phệ provide plenty of headroom (and a sleeping bunk), plus a kitchenette, a table, and a wide bed. See Volkswagen Vanagon models for sale

2. 1993 Volkswagen EuroVan GL

1993 Volkswagen EuroVan GL
This 1993 Volkswagen EuroVan GL is $8,589.

Enthusiasts intent on the most Euro-style family hauler possible, take note. Forget about buying a station wagon. This bright red 1993 VW EuroVan would look at home on a Berlin side street. Just check out its hubcaps, teal paint, and untinted windows. This van is the opposite of the overstyled Toyota Sienna. Oh, and glance inside — yes, that’s a 5-speed manual gearbox! In a van!

At $8,589, this EuroVan in Wyoming is about a quarter the cost of just about any brand-new minivan (especially considering how hard it is phệ find a 2022 van right now). Amazingly, the included Carfax report shows a single owner since new, with time spent in Alaska and Washington — plus lots of recent services. See Volkswagen EuroVan models for sale

3. 1999 Volkswagen Eurovan Rialta by Winnebago

1999 Volkswagen Eurovan Rialta by Winnebago
This 1999 Volkswagen Eurovan Rialta by Winnebago is $29,995.

American recreational vehicle manufacturer Winnebago had its take on the EuroVan in the late 1990s and early 2000s. From the front seats forward, their Rialta models are standard EuroVans, but everything above and rearward is bespoke. These vans are an intriguing blend between European proportions and American opulence. Look for overstuffed seats standing room in the rear, and even a built-in shower/toilet combo.

At $29,995, this EuroVan Rialta at a dealer in California offers similar features phệ the #vanlife Sprinter vans that can cost three or four times that much. Sure, in 1999, its 2.8-liter VR6 6-cylinder put out just 140 horsepower saddled with an automatic transmission, but what’s the hurry when you’re on an RV adventure? See Volkswagen EuroVan models for sale

4. 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan MV

2002 Volkswagen EuroVan MV
This 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan MV has only 56,500 miles on the odometer.

Now that we’ve looked at two aftermarket-modified VW vans let’s look at VW’s homegrown effort. After Daimler (actually DaimlerChrysler at the time) bought a controlling share in Westfalia, VW had phệ build its own camper van version of the EuroVan. Thus was born the MV, a slick, factory-developed pop-top camper.

Updates phệ the EuroVan brought a 201-hp version of the VR6 for 2001, and while it wasn’t quite GTI-like in its acceleration, it could finally handle hills. This Reflex Silver EuroVan MV at a dealer in Florida shows just 56,500 miles, making it the lowest-mile example on Autotrader. Its camper cabin looks pristine, down phệ factory-installed window curtains. See Volkswagen EuroVan models for sale

5. 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan Camper

2002 Volkswagen EuroVan Camper
This 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan Camper is $49,995.

Just when you thought you had a good grasp on the 1980s through 2000s camper versions of VW vans, this long-wheelbase EuroVan Camper modified for VW by Winnebago (as opposed phệ a pure aftermarket effort) comes along. These vans rode on an extra-long wheelbase stretching about 16 inches longer than a standard EuroVan, giving them a much more spacious cabin. In campsite mode, these models have a huge bed, two tables, pivoting front seats, and a pop-top, plus a kitchen with a sink, a fridge, and a two-burner stove. What more could you want?

By 2002, the EuroVan camper came with the most potent version of the VR6 that VW put in the EuroVan, so it can theoretically get out of its own way, too. This 2002 EuroVan Camper is offered for $49,995 in Washington state, and it claims phệ have had a fresh service. See Volkswagen EuroVan models for sale

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  • 5 Unique, Obscure, and Weird Vans for Sale on Autotrader
  • 5 Minivans You’ve Probably Forgotten
  • 5 Unique Volkswagen Golf R and R32 Models on Autotrader


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5 Cool VW Vans For Sale on Autotrader

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Volkswagen is set phệ jump back into the van game soon with its upcoming ID.Buzz, a battery-electric reboot of its iconic VW Type 2 Bus from the 1950s and beyond.
While the Bus is inextricably linked phệ Volkswagen, the builder of people’s cars has made a lot of exciting people-carriers over the years. From 1980s Vanagon 3-row vans phệ 21st-century Eurovan campers, there are always plenty of VW vans on Autotrader. Here’s a look at five of the coolest you’ll find right now.

1. 1990 Volkswagen Vanagon GL Westfalia
This 1990 Volkswagen Vanagon GL Westfalia is $33,995.German upfitter Westfalia (located in the almost eponymous Westphalia region of Germany) turned VW vans into campers for more than 45 years until Daimler acquired it in 1999. Still, VW and Westfalia go together like flower power and a ’60s Bus. The Vanagon model that replaced the Bus beginning in 1979 was far more advanced than its 1950s predecessor, and buyers could have it in a vast range of configurations, including one with all-wheel drive.

This dark blue 1990 model for $33,995 at a used car dealer in suburban Portland, Oregon, is loaded up with camper gear, including a hinged top that pops open phệ provide plenty of headroom (and a sleeping bunk), plus a kitchenette, a table, and a wide bed. See Volkswagen Vanagon models for sale
2. 1993 Volkswagen EuroVan GL
This 1993 Volkswagen EuroVan GL is $8,589.Enthusiasts intent on the most Euro-style family hauler possible, take note. Forget about buying a station wagon. This bright red 1993 VW EuroVan would look at home on a Berlin side street. Just check out its hubcaps, teal paint, and untinted windows. This van is the opposite of the overstyled Toyota Sienna. Oh, and glance inside — yes, that’s a 5-speed manual gearbox! In a van!
At $8,589, this EuroVan in Wyoming is about a quarter the cost of just about any brand-new minivan (especially considering how hard it is phệ find a 2022 van right now). Amazingly, the included Carfax report shows a single owner since new, with time spent in Alaska and Washington — plus lots of recent services. See Volkswagen EuroVan models for sale
3. 1999 Volkswagen Eurovan Rialta by Winnebago
This 1999 Volkswagen Eurovan Rialta by Winnebago is $29,995.American recreational vehicle manufacturer Winnebago had its take on the EuroVan in the late 1990s and early 2000s. From the front seats forward, their Rialta models are standard EuroVans, but everything above and rearward is bespoke. These vans are an intriguing blend between European proportions and American opulence. Look for overstuffed seats standing room in the rear, and even a built-in shower/toilet combo.
At $29,995, this EuroVan Rialta at a dealer in California offers similar features phệ the #vanlife Sprinter vans that can cost three or four times that much. Sure, in 1999, its 2.8-liter VR6 6-cylinder put out just 140 horsepower saddled with an automatic transmission, but what’s the hurry when you’re on an RV adventure? See Volkswagen EuroVan models for sale
4. 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan MV
This 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan MV has only 56,500 miles on the odometer.Now that we’ve looked at two aftermarket-modified VW vans let’s look at VW’s homegrown effort. After Daimler (actually DaimlerChrysler at the time) bought a controlling share in Westfalia, VW had phệ build its own camper van version of the EuroVan. Thus was born the MV, a slick, factory-developed pop-top camper.
Updates phệ the EuroVan brought a 201-hp version of the VR6 for 2001, and while it wasn’t quite GTI-like in its acceleration, it could finally handle hills. This Reflex Silver EuroVan MV at a dealer in Florida shows just 56,500 miles, making it the lowest-mile example on Autotrader. Its camper cabin looks pristine, down phệ factory-installed window curtains. See Volkswagen EuroVan models for sale
5. 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan Camper
This 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan Camper is $49,995.Just when you thought you had a good grasp on the 1980s through 2000s camper versions of VW vans, this long-wheelbase EuroVan Camper modified for VW by Winnebago (as opposed phệ a pure aftermarket effort) comes along. These vans rode on an extra-long wheelbase stretching about 16 inches longer than a standard EuroVan, giving them a much more spacious cabin. In campsite mode, these models have a huge bed, two tables, pivoting front seats, and a pop-top, plus a kitchen with a sink, a fridge, and a two-burner stove. What more could you want?
By 2002, the EuroVan camper came with the most potent version of the VR6 that VW put in the EuroVan, so it can theoretically get out of its own way, too. This 2002 EuroVan Camper is offered for $49,995 in Washington state, and it claims phệ have had a fresh service. See Volkswagen EuroVan models for sale
Related:
5 Unique, Obscure, and Weird Vans for Sale on Autotrader
5 Minivans You’ve Probably Forgotten
5 Unique Volkswagen Golf R and R32 Models on Autotrader

#Cool #Vans #Sale #Autotrader
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#Cool #Vans #Sale #Autotrader

Volkswagen is set phệ jump back into the van game soon with its upcoming ID.Buzz, a battery-electric reboot of its iconic VW Type 2 Bus from the 1950s and beyond.
While the Bus is inextricably linked phệ Volkswagen, the builder of people’s cars has made a lot of exciting people-carriers over the years. From 1980s Vanagon 3-row vans phệ 21st-century Eurovan campers, there are always plenty of VW vans on Autotrader. Here’s a look at five of the coolest you’ll find right now.

1. 1990 Volkswagen Vanagon GL Westfalia
This 1990 Volkswagen Vanagon GL Westfalia is $33,995.German upfitter Westfalia (located in the almost eponymous Westphalia region of Germany) turned VW vans into campers for more than 45 years until Daimler acquired it in 1999. Still, VW and Westfalia go together like flower power and a ’60s Bus. The Vanagon model that replaced the Bus beginning in 1979 was far more advanced than its 1950s predecessor, and buyers could have it in a vast range of configurations, including one with all-wheel drive.

This dark blue 1990 model for $33,995 at a used car dealer in suburban Portland, Oregon, is loaded up with camper gear, including a hinged top that pops open phệ provide plenty of headroom (and a sleeping bunk), plus a kitchenette, a table, and a wide bed. See Volkswagen Vanagon models for sale
2. 1993 Volkswagen EuroVan GL
This 1993 Volkswagen EuroVan GL is $8,589.Enthusiasts intent on the most Euro-style family hauler possible, take note. Forget about buying a station wagon. This bright red 1993 VW EuroVan would look at home on a Berlin side street. Just check out its hubcaps, teal paint, and untinted windows. This van is the opposite of the overstyled Toyota Sienna. Oh, and glance inside — yes, that’s a 5-speed manual gearbox! In a van!
At $8,589, this EuroVan in Wyoming is about a quarter the cost of just about any brand-new minivan (especially considering how hard it is phệ find a 2022 van right now). Amazingly, the included Carfax report shows a single owner since new, with time spent in Alaska and Washington — plus lots of recent services. See Volkswagen EuroVan models for sale
3. 1999 Volkswagen Eurovan Rialta by Winnebago
This 1999 Volkswagen Eurovan Rialta by Winnebago is $29,995.American recreational vehicle manufacturer Winnebago had its take on the EuroVan in the late 1990s and early 2000s. From the front seats forward, their Rialta models are standard EuroVans, but everything above and rearward is bespoke. These vans are an intriguing blend between European proportions and American opulence. Look for overstuffed seats standing room in the rear, and even a built-in shower/toilet combo.
At $29,995, this EuroVan Rialta at a dealer in California offers similar features phệ the #vanlife Sprinter vans that can cost three or four times that much. Sure, in 1999, its 2.8-liter VR6 6-cylinder put out just 140 horsepower saddled with an automatic transmission, but what’s the hurry when you’re on an RV adventure? See Volkswagen EuroVan models for sale
4. 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan MV
This 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan MV has only 56,500 miles on the odometer.Now that we’ve looked at two aftermarket-modified VW vans let’s look at VW’s homegrown effort. After Daimler (actually DaimlerChrysler at the time) bought a controlling share in Westfalia, VW had phệ build its own camper van version of the EuroVan. Thus was born the MV, a slick, factory-developed pop-top camper.
Updates phệ the EuroVan brought a 201-hp version of the VR6 for 2001, and while it wasn’t quite GTI-like in its acceleration, it could finally handle hills. This Reflex Silver EuroVan MV at a dealer in Florida shows just 56,500 miles, making it the lowest-mile example on Autotrader. Its camper cabin looks pristine, down phệ factory-installed window curtains. See Volkswagen EuroVan models for sale
5. 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan Camper
This 2002 Volkswagen EuroVan Camper is $49,995.Just when you thought you had a good grasp on the 1980s through 2000s camper versions of VW vans, this long-wheelbase EuroVan Camper modified for VW by Winnebago (as opposed phệ a pure aftermarket effort) comes along. These vans rode on an extra-long wheelbase stretching about 16 inches longer than a standard EuroVan, giving them a much more spacious cabin. In campsite mode, these models have a huge bed, two tables, pivoting front seats, and a pop-top, plus a kitchen with a sink, a fridge, and a two-burner stove. What more could you want?
By 2002, the EuroVan camper came with the most potent version of the VR6 that VW put in the EuroVan, so it can theoretically get out of its own way, too. This 2002 EuroVan Camper is offered for $49,995 in Washington state, and it claims phệ have had a fresh service. See Volkswagen EuroVan models for sale
Related:
5 Unique, Obscure, and Weird Vans for Sale on Autotrader
5 Minivans You’ve Probably Forgotten
5 Unique Volkswagen Golf R and R32 Models on Autotrader

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