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JollyD

Regius Camper Conversion

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Hi All,

I'm seriously considering a 2000/2002 Regius 2700cc petrol for a camper conversion but with inline seats/beds, not the "rock & roll" type.

Can anyone provide me with the following INTERNAL dimensions please: The width, the length from the back of the cab seats to the tailgate, the width of the N/S sliding door opening i.e. the gap when fully opened and the distance from the back of the cab passenger seat to the N/S sliding door opening.

I'm unable to find this info on the web. If a diagram exists in the vehicle handbook, it would be very useful.

Many thanks,

Dave.

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If your Regius is similar to the following

 toyota-regius-1999-2002-1471274431.77.jp

this is the same body as used for the Hiace Powervan that was sold in Europe up to 2012.

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Thank you RUToyota and FROSTYBALLS. Information much appreciated.

Dave.

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