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Essential Guide to 2021 caravans – Eriba caravans

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Eriba Touring caravan



Eriba caravans have been in production for sixty years and are known as a cult classic, popular with those who are looking for a caravan that’s a little bit different from the rest!

The Touring range is comprehensive, offering caravans as individual as those who purchase them. Retro styling meets technology as the range is based on aircraft engineering and a lifting roof that offers 1.95m headroom. Weights start at 900kg and go up to 1,400kg with the lengths ranging from 4.83m to 5.76m.

There’s no case of style over substance – the Touring range has both. A two-burner hob is included (three burners are available as an option), making cooking a proper meal perfectly simple. Extendable work surfaces can be utilised, too.

Furniture is finished in Trentino Pear Wood and seating is in the Ecotech fabric design, Grazia, both of which make for a cosy caravan ideal for the design-conscious among you.

The Familia range are the smallest caravans Eriba make and comprise the three-berth Eriba Touring Familia 310 and the Eriba Touring Familia 320 which sleeps two. Both are perfectly suited to those with category B driving licences or those new to the hobby.

Next we have the Eriba Touring Triton including the two/three-berth Eriba Touring Triton 420. Both the Eriba Touring Triton 430 and Eriba Touring Triton 410 sleep three. The Triton line-up all measure 5.28m x 2m but the Eriba Touring Triton 418 offers the most flexibility for families as it can sleep four!

Eriba Touring Troll comprises five models sleeping from three to four people and measures 5.79m x 2m. You’ll find these caravans offer a little more living space.

There are special models too, like the anniversary Eriba ’60 Edition’ featuring distinctive, two-colour paintwork and is inspired by the original 1957 Troll. Choose from the Eriba Touring 310 ‘60 Edition’, Eriba Touring 430 ‘60 Edition’, Eriba Touring 530 ‘60 Edition’ and the Eriba Touring 542 ‘60 Edition’.

The furniture inside is ‘Grand Oak’ and is paired with high-gloss locker doors and chrome handles. Choose from the plain-coloured ‘Janeiro’ or, perhaps, the ‘Cusco’ fabrics.

For caravanners seeking a real showstopper, try the Eriba Troll 530 Ocean Drive or Rockabilly for size! Inspired by the tourers of the 1950s, you’ll be making a real statement when you choose one of these.

The Rockabilly is redolent of the classic retro American diner while the Ocean Drive is finished in sea blue and white and evokes memories of seaside holidays. Both sleep three and, without doubt, will make your next break one to remember.

If the Touring range appeals but you’re after something much bigger, the Touring 820 will definitely fit the bill! This robust tourer has all the charm of the other Touring models but with added space and luxurious touches including separate shower, customisable lighting scheme and leather upholstery.

SPECIFICATION

Price from £16,340 OTR
Layout Various
Berths 2-4
MIRO From 900kg
MTPLM From 1,050kg

 

Eriba Feeling caravan


Eriba’s Feeling range encompasses three models – all of which can sleep two/three people. The lightest of these is the Feeling 425 (starting at 1,200kg), while both the Feeling 442 and the Feeling 470 start at 1,300kg.

Each caravan has three textile options (Maraldi, Leano and Fayon) that come as standard while there are two optional extras (Pico and Samoa) so you can really personalise these tourers to suit your taste! Fabrics are treated to ensure they are easy to clean.

The bathroom is both compact and spacious, perfect if you’re staying on a more remote site while the kitchen has everything you need to enjoy the perfect holiday, including a clever sink cover that doubles up as extra storage and has an integrated chopping board.

Time for bed? Enjoy a great night’s sleep on the multi-zone cold foam mattress. The pop-top roof gives you more headroom and an extra berth and also provides extra ventilation for the warmer months. The perfect all-year tourer.

SPECIFICATION

Price from £17,320 OTR
Layout Varies depending on the model
Berths 2-3
MIRO From 1,200kg
MTPLM From 1,500kg

 

Eriba Nova Light caravan



All Nova Light models sleep three so make them the ideal choice for small families who like to get out as often as they can.

Both the Nova Light 425 and the Nova Light 465 measure just 6.7m, while the Nova Light 470 comes in at 6.47m and the Nova Light 442 is the longest at 6.67m.

As with the Feeling line-up, you’ll be able to choose from several different upholstery options – three of which are available for no extra charge.

All Eriba caravans come with the anti-skid system to give you peace of mind when you’re towing – the technology allows the caravan to right itself by braking gently, ensuring it doesn’t swerve out of lane.

The exterior of these caravans is ‘Crystal Silver’ – it’s a fresh look with a shine! The expertly-designed bodyshell guarantees a comfortable temperature in summer and cosy warmth during the colder months. The interior walls are made of high-quality plywood.

SPECIFICATION

Price from £17,880 OTR
Layout Varies depending on the model
Berths 3
MIRO From 1,200kg
MTPLM From 1,500kg

 

Highlights of Eriba’s 2021 caravans

  • Abundant storage options including curved overhead lockers
  • Compact models ideal for those with restricted licences
  • Numerous upholstery options
  • All models benefit from safety features including the Anti-Skid system
  • Roomy bathrooms
  • Large payload reserves

 

​This content featured in The Essential Guide to 2021 Caravans, brought to you by the publisher of Caravan magazine.

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