Mercedes Vito

Camper (Surf Van) Conversion

The Mercedes Vito (mk1 or mk2) is a nice vehicle to convert into a camper van or surf/day van. Although not as popular as the VW Transporter, it still shares many of the VWs benefits. These are a size which makes the camper practical to use as an everyday vehicle, combined with an almost car-like driving experience. The mk2 vito also comes with more body options such as long wheelbase (LWB) and a high roof, giving even more interior space.
We are now able to supply our side conversions with M1 Pull Tested (crash test simulation) Rock and Roll beds with two 3-point seat belts for your Mercedes Vito. For more information click on the Rock and Roll beds link to the left of this page and for prices click on the prices link.

The standard Vito side conversion consists of a pull-out seat/bed (rock and roll bed), wardrobe and kitchen unit. All our furniture is made from lightweight plywood (such as vohringer or similar) and uses Reimo trim to give a professional finish.

Our furniture can be generally purchased in two ways, the first being supply only, where the kit comes ‘flat packed’ ready for you to fit yourself, allowing you to build a professional looking self-build camper van. The other option is for us to supply and fit the furniture. We can also supply a range of appliances such as glass lid sink/hob (cramer or smev), 12v fridge.

Although our standard conversion is the side layout, we are also happy to carry out more custom camper conversions to your own design and specification. For more information and a guide to choosing the right layout for you, have a look at our layout guide page.

Here at Convert Your Van Ltd, we pride our selves on providing quality conversions at affordable prices. If you are interested in a furniture kit or conversion package from Convert Your Van Ltd, then feel free to contact us. For examples of prices have a look at our prices page.

We can also insulate and carpet line your van if required.

Below are some example pictures of our work, for more photo’s please click on the gallery link.