Important information

Motorhomes & CUV



Dimensions and weight data may vary ca.+/–5% due to tolerances of the natural raw materials used.

With any modifications done on the vehicle by a non‐authorized dealer or garage you may put at risk your personal security and lose WEINSBERG operating licence and warranty. Therefore please leave reperations and retrofits to the authorized WEINSBERG dealers and insist on WEINSBERG original equipment.

Retrofittings, if technically possible, will cause additional mounting and material costs. In exceptional cases some combinations of extras and options may occur as mutually exclusive. We reserve the right to any technical modifications as to design, colour, and equipment, if technical improvement requires us to do so.

The images partly show optional equipment which is delieverd with extra charge.

The contents of this list reflect arrangements at printing, in May 2018. The price list is valid as from 01.06.2018 for the 2019 model year. With publication of this price information previous lists are no longer valid.

Previous lists are no longer valid. We reserve the right to change content at our discretion.

The water supply system is minimum state of the art (03/2009) (Regulation 2002/72/EG). 

*) Explanations on the weight data for your WEINSBERG motorhome: WEINSBERG motorhomes come with generous permissible vehicle payload options. By means of innovative solutions such as using high performance steel chassis’ and honeycomb technology on furniture, low vehicle net weights are being realized.

The mass of the empty vehicle as referred to in the price list is the mass of the vehicle with standard equipment and without basic equipment, i. e. without ‟ liquids‟ and without optional fittings as referred to in art. 2, ciff. 3 VO (EU) 1230/2012

Mass in running order, see Articel 2, ciff. 4 a) VO (EU) 1230/2012, unless nothing different is regulated, is defined as follows:

Mass of the vehicle with standard equipment as referred to in manufacturer specifications (incl. tool kit):
+ Fuel tank (filled to 90%)
+ 75 kg (mass of the driver)
+ Aluminium liquid gas bottles (11 kg) filled to 100% (i. e. 18 kg total mass)
+ Fresh water tank (filled to 100%) (Capacity fo the Fresh water tank depending on vehicle type is limited to 10 ltr.***/20 ltr.**/40 ltr.** fresh water in running order, if not tecnically regulated)
+ Toilet flush tank (100 % full)
+ Fresh water boiler filled to 100%
= Mass in ready‐to‐start mode

** The fresh water tank capacity referred to attachment V, part A, ciff. 2.6. Fn. VO (EU) 1230/2012 depending on vehicle type is limited by a circulation valve to 10, 20 or 40 ltr. (suggested filling for running order)

The „permissible total mass‟ see Articel 2, ciff. 7 VO (EU) 1230/2012 is defined as follows:
The mentioned vehicle’s maximum mass from the manufacturer in loaded state.

The maximum permissible payload as referred to in the WEINSBERG catalogue is defined as:
Tecnically authorized total mass – mass in running order = maximum permissible payload

(Tecnically authorized total mass) 3.500 kg
– (Mass in running order) 2.850 kg
= (Maximum permissible payload) 650 kg

The information on vehicles provided under the heading „Technical data / Equipment details‟ refers initially to the basic model approved under the EC type‐approval procedure. These figures may vary in country variants and special models. Please seek information on such deviations personally at your authorised WEINSBERG dealer. Pay particular attention to the following aspects: The maximum load capacity in accordance with the catalogue specifications is reduced, for example, by the mass of passengers and also by the mass of additional equipment ordered.When choosing additional equipment, you are responsible for ensuring that your WEINSBERG motorhome still has a minimum loading capacity (=minimum payload) after deduction of the mass of the passengers (estimated at 75 kg per passenger) and the mass of the additional equipment from the maximum loading capacity, which must not be undercut under any circumstances (cf. Annex I, Part A, no. VO (EU) 1230/2012):

(Maximum number of berths + total length (in m) of the vehicle body) x 10 = Minimum permissible payload (kg)

[(Maximum number of berths) 4 + (total length (in m) of vehicle body) 6] x 10 = 100 kg

The mass of the vehicle with standard equipment according to manufacturer specifications is determined through weighing of the vehicle with standard fitting.

As a user of a motorhome, you are required not to exceed the values of the permissible total mass in driving mode, and respective maximum permissible axle load and nose weight limits. Furthermore, you are obliged to adhere to all other requirements for a safe usage of your caravan.

Ordering optional equipment which substitutes specific package options will not be delivered additionally.

Your WEINSBERG dealer will inform you at any time upon request how large the remaining minimum payload of your vehicle is.