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Coachman brings back its luxurious Laser caravans


Hull-based caravan manufacturer, Coachman, launched its 2019 models today with the reintroduction of its Laser range, new layouts, and extra luxury in certain models.

The top-of-the-range Laser caravans boast new, distinctive '3D' exterior graphics, silver grey exterior side walls, a 36-litre Whale insulated, underfloor fresh water tank system, a mobile waste water carrier, an external cold shower, and two external luggage lockers. The luxurious Laser range varies in price from £30,645 for the 650, and £30,645 for the 675.

Inside, the big, new, eye-catching feature, is the 153-litre Dometic 10 series fridge freezer. Plus, the range includes an iNet-ready programmable LCD touch screen control panel. The Coachman Laser range for 2019 includes new 'superior sprung upholstery' too.

Coachman's Laser 665 has a brand-new layout and features twin fixed beds. The Laser 650 has an end transverse island bed with a central washroom.

For 2019, Coachman has restyled the washrooms and interior features in their entry level Vision range, and their mid-range Pastiche models.

In particular, the 2019 Coachman Pastiche 470 model now has an L-shaped lounge, a large side dinette and an end washroom. Outside, there are also new, distinctive graphics, and an awning light. The Pastiche 470 costs £22,340. The Pastiche range starts at £21,800 for the 460 model, and goes up to £23,610 for the 575 model. Coachman VIPs start at £24,680 for the 460, and goes up to £26,695 for the 575.

In the Coachman Vision range, owners will notice new features including new kitchen worktop and splashback surfaces, LED downlighting in the shower, LED lighting in the overhead locker profile and a new Pioneer sound system which connects to devices via Bluetooth or AUX cables. The Coachman Vision range starts at £19,125 for the 450 model, to £22,940 for the 630 model.

All Coachman ranges will also have, as standard, a 13-pin alignment cap. If you don't have one already, it is an essential tool for ensuring you can connect your car to your caravan electrics when the sockets are out of line.


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