The Crib

2-Berth Campervan

This two-berth campervan features a comfy double bed, a fully-equipped kitchen and a dual battery system so you can keep the lights on and music playing when the vehicle is turned off.

The Crib is not self-contained but has a 25-litre fresh water tank, which typically lasts for two days. 

The small-sized, automatic camper is easy for anyone to drive and handles well on narrow New Zealand roads

Key features

2 x seatbelts
Fits 2 large and 2 small bags
Interior table and bench seats
18 litre fridge
25 litre fresh water tank
Sleeps 2

Included with the vehicle

  • All cutlery and dinnerware
  • Unlimited kilometres
  • AA roadside breakdown assistance
  • Bucket, brush and dustpan
  • Bath towels and tea towel
  • Linen, pillows and duvet
  • Kitchen equipment and utensils

Our Crib campervan has everything two people need for a road trip. During the day, the interior features a table and bench seats. At night, you can set up the comfortable double bed. Pop the rear door open and you’ll find the kitchen, with an 18-litre fridge, gas cooker and sink and tap connected to the 25-litre fresh water tank.

  • Gas cooker
  • 18 litre compressor fridge
  • Sink with tap and drain
  • 25 litre fresh water tank
  • Internal table
  • CD player and radio
  • 2 bench seats
  • Seats convert to double bed
  • Curtains on all windows
  • Interior 12v lighting
  • Power steering and ABS
  • Air conditioning in cabin
  • Automatic gearbox
  • Petrol engine
Included with campervan
  • All cutlery and dinnerware
  • Kitchen equipment and utensils
  • Linen, pillows and duvet
  • Bath towels and tea towel
  • Bucket and cleaning equipment
  • AA roadside breakdown assistance
  • Unlimited kilometres
  • Camping Table and Chairs
  • Roof racks
  • Heating
  • GPS Navigation
  • Snow chains
  • Additional driver
Looking for a zippy, economical campervan? Our Crib comes with a kitchen and sleeps 2.
Vehicle Toyota Estima
Seats 2 x Seatbelts
Sleeps 2 (1 x double bed)
Fitout Custom built interior 2014 - 2017
Luggage 2 Large, 2 Small
Engine size 2.2 - 2.4 Litre
Fuel tank 60 Litres
Fuel usage +/- 12 L / 100km
Fuel type Petrol
Transmission Automatic
Power supply Dual 12v battery system
Length 4.6m
Width 1.6m
Height 1.8m
Interior height 1.2m
Beds Double bed - 1.70 X 1.22m
Floor plans
Crib NZ Day
Crib NZ Night
Risk Taker Stress Free Stress Free Plus
Cost per day $0 $30 $45
AA 24/7 breakdown assistance
Glass & tyre cover
Front/Back/Side panel damage
Single vehicle rollover damage
Roof/Rooftop pod & underbody damage
Table & Chairs
Additional driver
Claims administration fee $75 $0 $0
Bond required* $3000 $0 $0

*If using a debit card, a $300 security bond is required even with Stress Free & Stress Free Plus.



  • For hires of 51 days and over, a maximum of 50 days excess reduction premium will be charged.
  • It is your responsibility to collect accurate third party details in the event of an accident, regardless of what excess reduction cover you have taken, and regardless also of fault.
  • If Stress Free Plus excess reduction is not taken, and roof/rooftop pod damage or single vehicle rollover incident occurs, a charge of up to $5,000 will apply to cover damage to the JUCY vehicle and any third party vehicle and/or property.
  • If Risk Taker excess reduction is chosen:
    • A bond to cover the excess will be authorised for security on the hirer’s credit card, even if you have alternative insurance with another provider.
    • All or part of this bond will be claimed by JUCY in the event of an accident and will be retained until the value of the damage is determined. Any balance between the bond and the damage cost will be returned as soon as is practical.
    • Any costs to repair damage caused by a third party may not be recoverable as insurance is not compulsory in New Zealand.
  • If you are on Stress Free or Stress Free plus and don't have a credit card and are providing a debit card at the time of pickup, JUCY will hold a $300 security bond to cover any infringements and/or charges that may occur whilst on hire e.g. Tolls, speeding fines, cleaning fees, camping fines etc. 
  • JUCY’s excess reduction options are null and void if any of the Rental Agreement terms and conditions are breached, in which case you will be liable for the full cost of damage. For more information please see JUCY T&Cs.
  • Please know that the bond we have authorized will automatically be released (if you haven't broken any JUCY T&Cs) either 7 days after you've picked up or 48 hours after you've dropped off– whichever is the earliest. You could notice it takes between 7 - 30 business days to show back up, which is all depending on your bank/card provider.  Please note that once it's back safely in your bank it won't appear as a refund on your statement because it was only held as an authorisation. 


Other campervan options

Travel New Zealand in the 2-berth Crib campervan

Ready for an epic NZ roadie? Great! Our Crib is the perfect campervan rental for two friends or a couple. It’s small and sleek, making it easy to drive, even if you’ve never gotten in a campervan before, never mind behind the wheel of one! Its compact size makes it a breeze to park in larger towns and busy cities, too.

Did you know that JUCY campers are like a friend-magnet? Perhaps it’s our bold green and purple colours that embolden others to invite you over for a BBQ or a vino. Or maybe it’s just your bold choice of choosing JUCY for your Kiwi road trip adventure that makes people want to hang with you. Either way, you’ll be the talk of the campground in your Crib!

As our JUCY Cribs aren’t self-contained (meaning they don’t have an on-board loo), you won’t have the option to freedom camp, but that’s all good because there are a ton of amazing campgrounds out there with kick-ass facilities! We even put together this handy list!

You’re not left wanting for any other facilities in your JUCY Crib, though. Nope, you’ll still have our awesome custom-converted kitchen in the rear to make some dope-as campground meals. In the kitchen, you’ll find a fridge, gas cooker, sink, plus all the kits you need to actually make food like pots and spatulas and stuff (kinda handy, huh?). Aside from saving you cash, cooking in campers is a great way to sample the local produce and farmer’s market yumminess you pass on your travels.

One last thing, as your double bed is inside, you have an easy time getting your bed set up, no matter the weather. Take that nylon tents that try to fly away in high winds and rain!

We love our Crib, can you tell?  

Wondering Where to Go in Your Crib? We’ve Picked our Fave NZ Camper Trips

The glory of New Zealand’s mountainous scenery means that every switchback you take and every corner you turn, it’s mind-bogglingly gorgeous. This also means we’ve seen a few peeps think they can’t take a JUCY road trip because they’ve never driven a campervan before. So not true! Besides the fact that we have rental cars, we also have incredible campervan models, like the Crib, that make road tripping New Zealand simple. Think of it like driving a Soccer Mom-style van without any of the mum jeans (unless you’re into them, then you do you!). Seriously, we’ve made #NZcamperlife super easy!

So, where to go in our easy-drive Crib? Top of the North Island, to the bottom of the South, we’ve pulled together a summary of our most popular Kiwi roadie itineraries!

Your Very Own Rom-Com: Auckland to the East Coast

Do you know that old lovey-dovey song about a bicycle made for two? Well, you know what’s more smoochy? A custom campervan made for two! You, your plus one, and wherever the whim takes you on a romantic adventure.

We pulled together a swoon-worthy 5-day itinerary from our Auckland branch out to the East Coast. Think about you both double-kayaking across the Coromandel Peninsula. Or digging your own spa on Hot Water Beach. And how about stargazing in Wahei and rubbing mud into each other’s bodies in Rotorua. Oh, and don’t forget the magical sunset from Mount Maunganui. It's just too romantic for words, so you’ll need to go check it out, right?

To find out more about this lovey-dovey roadie, click here.

The Wonders of Nature: Christchurch to Wanaka West Coast Itinerary

For a road trip adventure you’ll never forget, take the West Coast route from Christchurch to Wanaka. Aside from the fact that you’ll love the ease of driving the Crib over the stunning Arthur’s Pass (be sure to stop off at Castle Hill), you’ll also get to see some of New Zealand’s more underrated travel sites.

Hokitika’s natural wonders impress, as to does the tiny settlement of Okarito and its avian-filled lagoon. Then there’s Fox and Franz Joseph glaciers, where adventures await from the tame to the extreme. And Wanaka, home to many dentists because of all the jaws that drop after seeing the stellar mountain views (groan, dad joke). For reals though, you expect your mouth to gape at Wanaka’s scenery.

Continue to Queenstown via Arrowtown (don’t skip Post Masters for brunch, yum!). Once you’ve arrived in the Adventure Capital of the World, you can either extend your trip with the intel found here, or drop your 2-berth campervan back to our Queenstown Airport branch. We even have a shuttle to get you to the airport (it’s very close).

Get Away From It All: North Island West Coast Roadie

We love the big destination, we do, but sometimes we just want some downtime. Whether that’s you and your plus one wanting some alone-time, you and your bestie wanting deep and meaningful chats, or you wanting to get away from everyone on a solo road trip (our Crib is fab for that), then consider a North Island’s West Coast trip.

In this fun-filled 5-day itinerary, we reveal the best spots to soak in the magic of this underexplored region of Aotearoa. Like do you know where to go to see waterfalls near Hamilton? And the best way to see the Raglan Pancake Rocks? Or the best spot for a photo of Mt Taranaki from New Plymouth? Or why Mt Egmont is likely to be your trip highlight? Read this itinerary to discover these gems and more! 

Tramp-Lovers Rejoice: The South Island’s Best One-Day Hikes

We mean tramping, of course, so dig out your hiking boots, best merino top, and windbreaker because we’ve pulled together our five favourite South Island hikes! Whether you want to choose by location, type of adventure, or make a truly awesome itinerary from all five, is up to you. Dare you to stop at just one trail, though!

Pick up your JUCY campervan at our handy Christchurch Airport or Queenstown Airport branches. One-ways are permitted for a fee if you don’t want to backtrack – we really have tried to think of everything for an effortless Kiwi roadie!

So, the hikes. Are you curious where in New Zealand you’ll find the easiest glacier hike? Or which trail we consider NZ’s most surprising (clue: it’s near Abel Tasman)? Or where you can get the most bragging rights (if you’re into that sort of thing)? We share this and more (including our staff pick, the Hooker Valley Track in this adventure-filled blog

Curious About the Costs of a Campervan Road Trip?

Wondering how much you’ll need to set aside from your JUCY campervan roadie? No worries, we asked a JUCY traveller to share her expenses as a guide. Sometimes it’s good to hear it from someone who’s done it all!

You’ll learn how to keep your costs down (if you need to), where to get excellent campground info and tips from, plus petrol costs and savings. Also, if you’ve been wondering about whether having a campervan actually saves you money, this guide talks about food costs and why camper kitchen cooking is a cost-saving winner.

For the budget-conscious or those who like to get a little saving here and there, this ‘How Much Does it Cost to Travel New Zealand in a Campervan’  is a must-read blog!

Have we whetted your appetite for a Kiwi adventure? No matter where you choose or which of our campervan vehicles, we know that you’ll have a blast! To book your camper now, fill out the booking form up there, or give us a bell on 0800 399 736.   

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