The Kangoo is a small panel van / leisure activity vehicle made by Renault the French automaker. It’s been in production since 1997 and sold in places like Latin America, Europe, France, and Sweden.
In some models the rear seats and even windows can be removed. This feature became popular for customers who use wheelchairs.
This is an example of somebody who took this vehicle and turned it into a tiny motorhome / camper.
I’m pretty impressed with the conversion. Notice the storage racks up top and the attention to detail just about everywhere.
I’m sure this can be done with the newer Ford Transit Connect in the U.S. — it’s only a matter of time before someone does it if someone’s already not!
If you want, more pictures of this set up are available right here. (new window)
Photo credits: myKangoo.de
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That is fantastic. What a thoughtful conversion with attention to fit and finish…nice surfaces, smart ergonomics, and she even kept the back seats! This plan would work great in a Transit Connect. i think the kangoo may be even smaller than a TC…
Pretty awesome huh? I love it! Thanks for leaving your thoughts C Breeze
Any Transit Connect camper owners if you have any images or details of your build or any other on that size of van I.e. Caddy, Belingo, Kangoo and the likes whether your design or a kit/conversion I would love to see/read your data.
As I am seriously thinking about building one so any help/advice etc links to such assistance, support etc would be of great assistance.
Looking forward to your assistance
E-mail me direct @ [email protected] (anything no matter how small it will all assist me)
Thanks in advance 🙂