Small enough to tow conveniently behind your car, providing 2.3m³ of space, this box van is ideal for leisure, domestic or small business users.
Ideal for family holidays, weekend trips, the sports enthusiasts with too much gear for the boot/roof rack or simply the small business with goods to move. You’ll find the BV64e an ideal way to keep all your belongings safe, dry and away from prying eyes. When not in use it can be safely parked up in your garage, being low enough to fit into most garages and light enough to manouvre easily. It is great for camping or enjoying outdoor activities such as cycling, canoeing, fishing or skiing, especially where bulky equipment is needed – it can even be used to carry a junior kart.
Available with the choice of van style rear doors and flat roof or a convenient roller shutter with an aerodynamic GRP roof moulding. Both models feature a streamlined body and mudwings with the rear propstands integrated into the wings. The adhesive bonded aluminium body structure gives exceptional strength whilst also saving weight, giving you more payload.
The strong, low maintenance rubber torsion suspension system is fitted with 145/80B10 tyres giving a maximum gross weight of up to 500kg.
Jockey wheel (replaces drawbar stand)
Lashing points (pair)
Roof rack (van door model only)
Aluminium treadplate floor covering
|Dimensions in metres
|With van doors
|With van doors & optional roof rack
|With roller shutter door
Dimensions & weights are given as a guide only. Ifor Williams Trailers and Whitehall Trailers have a policy of continuous development. We reserve the right, therefore, to alter specifications without notice.
The BV64e is an unbraked trailer and as such should be used with regard to the Road Vehicles (Construction & Use) regulations 1986, which state that the towing vehicle must have a kerbside weight of at least twice the gross weight of the trailer. Therefore, for example, the maximum gross weight of 500kg will only apply if the kerbside weight of your towing vehicle as stated in the manufacturer’s handbook is greater than 1000kg. If the kerbside weight is less than this figure, the maximum gross weight of the trailer must be reduced accordingly. The vehicle manufacturer may further restrict this figure by stating a maximum weight of unbraked trailer which may be towed, this must also be taken into account.