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Bailey Pursuit 560-5 - caravan review

The Bailey Pursuit 560-5 caravan is one of the lightest five-berths you can find, yet it gives the kids their own room with a solid door.

70 /100
Posted: 14 Feb 2015

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Coachman Laser 650/4 - caravan review

The Coachman Laaser 650/4 caravan has all the trimmings including a water tank and a safe. It’s the bedroom, though, that makes this new arrival for 2015 a truly awesome caravan. This caravan won Caravan magazine's Best Luxury Caravan Award for 2015.

89 /100
Posted: 14 Feb 2015

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Elddis Avanté 564 - caravan review

A new family layout arrives in the Elddis Avanté caravan range for 2015, with a rear lounge that’s long enough to make single beds.

85 /100
Posted: 14 Feb 2015

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Lunar Delta TS - caravan review

Lunar launches a new twin-bed Delta model this month. Called the Delta TS, it has twin beds, Alde heating, a 180-litre fridge-freezer and a large shower room.

Posted: 13 Feb 2015

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Swift Siena 4 SB - caravan review

Siena, the new name in caravans for 2015, is a special edition of the Sprite range, made to the specification of Grantham Caravans. The SB is the range's transverse island-bed model. Sienas have more than £1000-worth of additional equipment compared with standard Sprites.

80 /100
Posted: 13 Feb 2015

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Swift Lifestyle 6 FB - caravan review

The special-edition Swift Lifestyle 6 FB is a special edition of a Sprite Quattrao FB, made for the Marquis group. It's a spacious. twin-axle family caravan, with lots of added-value extra equipment.

Posted: 13 Feb 2015

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Bessacarr Cameo 645 - caravan review

Bessacarr caravans are special editions of the Swift Elegance range made by the Swift Group for Coupland Caravans in Lincolnshire. Among a long list of extra equipment that distinguishes Bessacarrs from Elegance models is a rear-view camera and rooflights that detect rain and close automatically.

85 /100
Posted: 12 Feb 2015

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Coachman Olympia 575/4 - caravan review

Raymond James Caravans’ special edition of the Coachman Vision caravan range is called Olympia. These caravans have extras worth £1927 with no extra charge compared with the cost of the standard Vision models on which they are based.

80 /100
Posted: 12 Feb 2015

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Elddis Breeze 402 - caravan review

The Elddis Breeze range is a special edition made by the Explorer Group to the specification of Raymond James Caravans. It's based on the lightweight Xplore range, with additional equipment worth £1927. Yet these caravans cost the same as the standard Xplores.

80 /100
Posted: 12 Feb 2015

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Swift Archway Rockingham - caravan review

Archway is Britain’s longest-established dealer special caravan, with a pedigree stretching back 32 years. These caravans are made by Swift for White Arches Caravans in Northamptonshire. For 2015, the range gets £1900-worth of extra equipment.

80 /100
Posted: 12 Feb 2015

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