Comfy Coromal is a lightweight van and winds down for travel so is not much different to towing a trailer. Electric brakes are controlled via an app which should be downloaded from the Apple or Android stores.
The van is fitted with batteries, water tank, and gas bottle. The gas can be used to power the 3-way fridge in addition to the stove and griller. Also supplied are a microwave, toaster, and kettle. A portable outdoor cooker or BBQ with gas bottle can be provided for cooking outside (at an additional cost).
Basic cooking equipment (pots, utensils) and crockery and cutlery are included.
Set up for free camping, a second gas bottle, hot water system and shower tent, can be provided for an additional cost to allow you to stay off the grid in comfort.
If you plan to stay at a caravan park, a 15 amp power cord is supplied so the fridge (and other powered items) can be run off 240V and a hose for filling up the water tank is also provided.
Comes with bed fly awnings and main, easy setup roll out awning. These will keep you cooler, help to keep any rain away from the beds and give you extra storage and living space.
The van itself has plenty of storage and comes with all other standard Coromal Navigator features, such as lights, water tank and taps. Additional lighting and 12 volt accessory & recharging points (which run from the battery) have been added.
There are two seating areas - a lounge near the QS bed which seats four (and can be converted to a single bed using the provided extension support) and the other around the dining table which seats four (and can be turned into a compact single bed when the table is folded down).
The front bed is a queen and the rear is a double. Sheets are provided but please bring your own doonas, blankets, pillows, towels, etc.
There are some supplies that come with the van, such as washing liquid etc. This is an honor system if you finish it off please replace it (or at least let us know).
We hope you enjoy Comfy Coromal as much as we do and we look forward to hearing from you.
Here's some more info on the Coromal Navigator 422:
And a short video overview (the give-away is no longer available):