So you’ve made the decision to buy a campervan. Where are the best places to buy a campervan in the UK?
The best places to buy a campervan in the UK
eBay – www.ebay.co.uk
eBay is by far the most popular place to search for campers for sale. Set yourself up with eBay alerts so that you don’t miss any new campers that get listed.
Facebook – www.facebook.com
Facebook market place is a great site for viewing campers for sale. But increasingly there are many dedicated Facebook groups for people selling campers. It’s definitely worth joining a some of these groups. You’ll also find specific groups for certain makes of camper which is helpful if you’ve already decided which van you want.
Autotrader – www.autotrader.co.uk/motorhomes
Autotrader is a good place if you’re looking for a newer campervan.
Car and Classic – www.carandclassic.co.uk
Classic and Car is great if you’re looking for an older classic camper for sale.
Gumtree / Preloved / Freeads
www.gumtree.co.uk www.preloved.co.uk www.freeads.co.uk
These three websites are worth checking out, they may not list lots for sale like eBay but definitely worth watching.
Quirky Campers – www.quirkycampers.com
Quirky Campers let sellers advertise their campers for sale on their website. You’ll find an exceptionally interesting selection of homemade campervans. Don’t forget to sign up to their mailing list too.
Many festivals have a campers for sale area. This is ideal as you get to see the campers there and then.
Local campervan garage
Let your local campervan garage know that you’re on the look out for a camper.
If you’re selling your camper check out my blog on Best Places To Sell A Camper In The UK
GOOD LUCK finding your dream camper!
By Ana – The CamperVana
Thanks for all the info, but as someone who has spent time every day for weeks looking for my campervan on ebay. It has become clear to me by my own searches ,reading posts on the ebay forum and even ebay’s own warnings, that every day often more than once, listings appear in the campervan and motorhome sections that are obviously from scammers.
Usually quite a few at exactly the same time, vans that have low mileage and are just priced too low to believe.
You are asked to put a deposit, supposedly returnable to secure this van, and no it’s not possible to come and view the van first.
If you check the sellers other items and feedback, the usual thing is lots of nice cars, motorhomes, etc at great prices. But feedback showing just a few non motoring items sold a long time ago .
Ebay does try to take them down each day but often they can be there for a day or 2.
Just thought I’d share, now on with my search ! M.