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West Country Motorohomes are delighted to offer this superb 2008 Romahome R25 Hylo Micro motorhome on a Citroen Berlingo chassis and only 19,000 miles from new.

This model is the 2 Berth with 4 Seatbelts. 1.6 HDI engine and Manual Transmission.

Specification Includes: Cd Player, Fresh Water Tank, Fridge & Freezer, Electric Mirrors, Flyscreens & Blinds, Electric Windows, Double Glazing, Central Locking, Double Bed(s) Option, Exterior Locker, Rear Inertia Seatbelts, Waste Water Tank, Upholstered Cab Seats, Sink Facility, Second Battery & Charger, Removable Carpets, Power Steering, Mains Hook Up, Hob & Grill, Toilet Facility, Single Bed(s) Option, Rear Steadys, Dimensions – Length: 15.1 FT (4.60 M) , Width: 5.7 FT (1.70 M) , Height: 6.4 FT (1.93 M) . £24,995






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About The Citroen Romahome

The Citroen Romahome was derived from the Citroen C15 panel van produced by the French manufacturer Citroen from 1984 until 2005. It was the successor the Citroen 2CV vans that pioneered the box van format from the early 1950s to the late 1980s.

The romahome diesel engine is extremely reliable adopting both Bosch and Lucas / CAV/Roto-diesel injection systems. Although Citroen introduced a small number of petrol engine versions until the mid 1990s, most Citroen romahomes adopted the diesel engine which spanned a 21 year history.

Numerous changes were made to the engine ancillaries over the years. Early models had an in-line electrical diesel heater, which invariably stopped working after a couple of years, but made no difference, unless used in very cold conditions, so it wasn’t fitted on later UK models, the fuel passing over the thermostat housing to warm it up instead. The fuel filter moved from the wing to the top of the thermostat housing. The oil filler moved from the crankcase cover to the dipstick housing.

The romahome ront indicators were originally combined with the headlights, but later replaced by side lights (moved from the headlight reflector) and separate indicators were fitted in the bumper ofthe romahome.

Citroen produced the vehicle with a ‘chassis only’ which encouraged various conversions companies to take an interest including those of motor home manufactures. From their plant on the Isle-of-White a company named Island plastics manufactured the compact coach-built motor home which they branded the romahome.

Citroen Romahome Hylo

Alongside the early Citroen romahome was a model called the Citroen romahome hylo. This had a simple elevating roof which gave two distinct benefits. The first was that the Citroen hylo would fit into a normal sized garage the second you can drive under car park barriers allowing you to get in close to the beach or to explore small country lanes to more secluded area’s should you wish to go wild camping.

This versatile 2 berth Citroen Romahome is very popular among people who want all the features of a motor home with a car like driving experience. The Citroen romahome runs on vapour (well almost) delivering around 50+mpg unlike some motor homes of a similar age returning mid 20s about half that of your Citroen romahome.

Today you will find a highly dedicated specialist romahome dealer network across the UK and Ireland servicing the Citroen romahome. Here is a typical advert fr a romahome.