About the Fiat Qubo camper conversion kits
The Fiat Qubo conversion kit is the simple, affordable solution to camping on the go. Offering a unique foldable design your Fiat Qubo can take on several configurations purpose-built for camping on the go.
The Fiat Qubo camper conversion kit folds away nicely into the boot. Allowing you to keep all the rear seats and the generous storage space that the Fiat Qubo is known for.
Relaxing throughout the day
Within seconds you can transform your boot into a cosy longe complete with seating for up to five and a table to eat, read or finish that crossword you’ve been working on.
Sleeping the night away
Time for bed? With no effort at all, you can change from longe to bed, with a comfy, and spacious double matress.
What our customers say
My husband has always loved camping, I have always said I would hate it. We couldn't afford the 30 grand for a 10 year old VW camper. So when he showed me the details of a Redcote day/micro van I was persuaded to go and have a look. What a revelation! Jason showed us the various beautifully kitted out vans with no hard sell or pressure to buy, it was obvious he knew his stuff and loved the vans. We bought one straight away. We have had days out cooking on the little stove and sitting in the back at the table. We also bought the awning, which is really a little tent that fits neatly on the back of the van. We have been camping over night, what could be better – the room of the little tent to sit/eat in and then climbing up to sleep in the comfy double bed in the back of the van. It is perfect and we love it and would recommend Redcote Leisure
We are happy to recommend this place. Jason is very knowledgeable about his product, and was able to talk us novices through what we needed to know. When there were a couple of unforseen glitches, these were sorted out quickly and in a friendly and professional manner. A pleasure to deal with him, and we would not hesitate to do so again. We have now had a couple of brilliant excursions in our camper…one a local try out, the other a 1400 mile 5 day trip to the far side of Germany, taking in 5 countries in total and finishing up at an excellent campsite in Belgium. The camper did everything required and we had a brilliant trip.
Micro camping is such fun! Jason at Redcote is very helpful. Top marks from us.
Jason is a lovely guy, knowledgeable, accommodating and certainly NOT a pushy sales person. Only too happy to allow a test drive in any of his stock. I am a newbie in mini campers and he has given me a lot of help and things to think about without making rushed commitments.
I and out in no time, great service and a quality product.
Why buy a conversion kit from us?
20 years experience
We’ve got years of experience in the outdoor leisure industry.
We’re known for our outstanding support.
We love camping, so know what you’ll need.
Save on fuel, insurance and time compared to a tent or motorhome.
Go anywhere, anytime and have the comfort of a fully functional campervan.
Not just a camper but an everyday car as well. You even keep all the seats.
- Immensely practical
- Cheap to run,
- Sliding rear doors,
- Funky image
The Fiat Qubo is a small, five-person, people carrier that makes a point of focusing on being family-friendly and practical.
Like many family cars in this class of vehicle, the Fiat Qubo is has a van-like design similar to its sibling commercial vehicle the Fiat Fiorino. However, several changes to the interior and body have transformed this car into a somewhat sophisticated family-vehicle.
Fiat Qubo Interior
A boot capable of storing 330-litres when the rear seats are up, or 2,500-litres when taken out provides plenty of storage for travelling, working or the general nic nacs of family life.
The front passenger and driver also get ample storage spaces with a glove box that’s deep enough for a small-medium sized laptop.
Rear passenger doors use a sliding mechanism which makes entering and exiting the car effortless. It will also come in handy when loading the vehicle with larger goods.
Being a fairly big car, the Fiat Qubo offers plenty of leg and headroom for all passengers and can easily accommodate four adults, five at a squeeze.
The driver controls are easy to use being stocky to the touch and positioned intuitively on the dashboard. Much of the cabin uses hard-touch materials which given its affordable price isn’t a surprise.
- Air conditioning is an extra except on the Dynamic model.
- Electric front windows are standard on all models.
- Electronically adjustable door mirrors are an option on the Active model.
With a three-star NCAP rating, the Fiat Qubo is on-par with similarly sized people carriers with its safety features consisting of:
- Twin front airbags
- Side airbags in the front seats
- Seatbelt reminders
- Seatbelt pre-tensioners
- ISOFIX child mounting points on the outer rear seats.
Fiat Qubo Drive
Despite the van-based design of the Qubo, it shares many similarities with a small hatchback which makes it ideal for anyone looking to move to a larger family car.
The stature of this vehicle provides fantastic visibility of the road. However, the bulky windscreen pillars and large wing-mirrors create a blind-spot particularly noticeable when approaching roundabouts. Wind-noise is also a bit of a problem for the Qubo, a problem also caused by the door mirrors.
There is some lean while going around sharp bends; however, it feels firmly clasped to the road. With a short-wheelbase, uneven road surfaces can seem a little challenging for the small people carrier; but in general, the drive is comfortable and quite relaxing.
Thanks to the economic engines, all models of Qubo are cost-effective. You’re unlikely to spend much on keeping the Qubo running, with an extended service interval of roughly 20,000 miles and tried and tested parts from many popular Fiat cars. Diesel versions are also cheap to tax.
The petrol engine is a 1.4-litre with 77bhp. It can go 0-62mph in a somewhat daunting 16 seconds and can get 40.9mpg while producing 161g/km of CO2 emissions.
As a better option, the 1.3-litre diesel gets a much more respectable 63mpg with 107g/km of CO2 emissions. It suffers a little in terms of power, standing in with 75phb and a 0-62 in over 16.5 seconds.
Both petrol and diesel use a 5-speed manual gearbox. However, the diesel also has the options of a sequential gearbox that Fiat calls Dualogic.
Despite its lack of power, the diesel feels quite nippy on the road and is the engine we’d suggest choosing.