15/01/2020
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Best Value For Money Caravan: Swift Sprite Alpine 4

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Winner: Swift Sprite Alpine 4

What’s special?

This four berth caravan is so reasonably priced, it should be on any new caravanners ‘must-view’ list. But it’s also the perfect purchase for anyone who’s always bought used. With something so affordable, you’d expect there to be some big comprises but we can’t find any!

The interior is simple but stylish with the ‘Langholme’ scheme as seen on the soft furnishings available as standard. Tones of oatmeal and wood grain textures perfectly pair to create a space that’s relaxing to lounge in.

Talking of which, we’re impressed with the Duvalay Duvalite Apollo Luxe mattresses which make these beds easily as comfortable as the ones you have at home.

Everything is easy to use thanks to the Swift Command system which is operated by the 7in LCD colour touchscreen panel or via the corresponding app (making it ideal if you’re out and about and want to pop the heating on).

All this tech for under £20,000 seems like a good deal to us! And we should know...

Swift Sprite Alpine 4 interior

Layout

Fixed bed, rear nearside washroom

Specification
Price
from £16,740
MTPLM 1,284kg
Overall Length 6.45m
Width 2.25m

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