Description of this camper Features Height: 3 m Fuel: Diesel Consumption: 10 to 12 l / 100 Description A nasturtium and transverse rear bunk beds for the classic, dinette seating for originality. This compact nasturtium Chausson avoids the tradition of family units where there is a genuine four-seater dinette. It offers mixed cell living room / cabin usually reserved for campers profiles. Space Day Resorting to this kind of lounge dinette is a less functional approach the dinette seats four classic. But it has other benefits which compactness and usability. The seating area can thus accommodate 4 people, two on the seat facing the road, two in each cabin seats. It sits comfortably with the seat broad and deep enough. Space Night The rear bunks are both comfortable (slatted beds) and large (210 long and 83 wide). Children are comfortable there and own them easily day or night. Not surprisingly, the bottom bed can also get up to enlarge the rear transverse hold. The nasturtium bed has an interesting anti-condensation mattress lift in winter and part to facilitate access to the cabin. Kitchen The kitchen is relatively small, but the key is there. Its sink is convenient to wash dishes. Composed of low cupboard and two overhead cupboards to store all necessary kitchen. The kitchen is small but functional. bathroom Everything is placed with logic integrated shower, WC pivoting angle washbasin with mirror and two storage areas (cupboard next to the window and cupboard under the sink). There is a window and a skylight for ventilation and let the light of day. Storage Storage is a highlight of this compact nasturtium. There are 9 overhead cupboards, a nice wardrobe, a seamstress, and many small niches. It also has a specific closet to the TV with socket and antenna connection. The aft cargo has the advantage of being cross. We can live there without worry of winter storage, which is not possible in the side bunkers. It is accessible by two side doors with two possible volumes. The bottom bunk bed can be raised to accommodate a scooter. The bottom bed can remain in place and still provide enough space to store the equipment.