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    Ford transits are crap and engine unreliable so maybe take that into consideration almost 5 years ago

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    check out the Toyota Hiace hi tops or pop tops - there's a reason why you see so many on the tourist circuit - they just keep going and going! inner city courier versions clock up a million kms apparently... if you're lucky you might pick one up private sale - otherwise check out the guys like Travellers Autobarn or Southern RV who buy them ex rental from places like Britz. used prices could be anything from a few thousand to around $30,000. we're very happy with our 2005 Hiace Hitop. :) almost 5 years ago

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    Thanks for the info I think I will stick to Toyota reliability over 4 years ago

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    Hi Graeme,

    I'm not sure whether or not you have gone off your on road Australian trip, however we do offer a range of campervan hires in Australia here - http://www.travellers-autobarn.com.au/campervan-hire-australia; with our HiTop, Kuga and Hi5 campers all being a toyota campervan. Otherwise we have Toyota Hitops for sale here - http://www.travellers-autobarn.com.au/backpacker-van-and-car-sales/cheap-toyota-hiace-hitops

    All the best for your journey ahead! over 4 years ago

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    Do Not take a Kia around OZ! they are not reliable enough for long distance travel. If your buying a van I'd reccomend a Hiace as they are so easy to sell when your leaving, avoid automatics at all costs! over 4 years ago

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    Thanks everyone I was going to get a Kia because there cheaper but I will get a Toyota thanks again for the advice regards graeme over 4 years ago

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