Westfalia Marco Polo
The Marco Polo builds on one of the most versatile platforms in the van market on the the Mercedes-Benz Vito Sport
For a compact van-based motorhome, the Marco Polo is quite luxurious – and seats four rather comfortably. Both the driving and passenger seats can be rotated in conventional fashion, although doing so requires some skill and effort due to limited space.
The kitchen aisle to the left contains a cooker, a sink and a nifty coolbox which rear-seat passengers can access during transit without having to leave their seats.
Clever ideas include the fold-away table that stays attached to the kitchen and slides away when not in use, plus cooker and sink lids in transparent glass so you still get some light into the ’van when all are lifted up. Another neat idea is the carry-box for an outdoor table and chairs which is suspended from the rear load shelf in order to allow extra items to fit underneath.
The control panel in the lower dashboard operates the electrically powered pop-up-roof, programmes the stationary heater and indicates the fluid levels for fresh and waste water.
The Marco Polo sleeps four rather comfortably – and, probably, just as you'd expect. Yes, that's right, two are accommodated on the fold-down two-seater bench in the cabin, the other two in the pop-up roof. This vehicle is available for viewing at our WOKINGHAM BRANCH