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NEW 2019 Dethleffs motorhomes


Here are the new motorhomes launched by Dethleffs for the 2019 season, as seen in 'The Essential Guide to 2019 Motorhomes and Campervans'...

Dethleffs Pulse I 7051 DBM motorhome

  • Price from: £67,990
  • Base vehicle: Fiat Ducato, 2.3l
  • Layout: Island bed
  • Berths:4
  • Travel seats: 4
  • Gross weight: 3,500kg
  • Payload: 422kg

Dethleffs kicks off the 2019 season with the launch of the Pulse. This is a completely new range that consists of a collection of six A-class (I) and four low-profile (T) models, so there is something to suit everyone.

The Pulse range comes in a variety of lengths from 6.99m up to 7.40m, while they are all 2.33m wide and have an internal height of 2.05m. These all feature front dinettes with the choice of a height-adjustable island double or twin single beds (available in two heights) in the rear. All the A-class versions also come with a drop-down bed over the cab as standard, and this is available as an optional extra on the low-profile models.

Internal design is modern and contemporary, and a reduction in the use of wood décor combined with neutral shades of grey and beige give a light and airy feel. The use of light is also an integral part of its design, and a backlit ceiling plinth and LED strips create ambient lighting.

All models are on a 3.5-tonne chassis, so they can be driven on a regular car licence.As standard, you can expect a Fiat 130bhp (Euro VI) engine, and the usual safety components such as ABS, ESP, ASR, Hill Hold and Hill Descent Control. Pack-wise, opt for the Grand Turismo (GT) upgrade and you’ll benefit from things like sporty graphics, alloy wheels, leather steering wheel and dashboard with chrome fittings, and cruise control.

Dethleffs Trend T 7057 DBL motorhome

  • Price from: £54,490
  • Base vehicle: Fiat Ducato, 2.3l
  • Layout: Island bed
  • Berths: 4
  • Travel seats: 4
  • Gross weight: 3,500kg
  • Payload: 458kg

The Trend range sees the addition of three new layouts for the 2019 season. There is the T/I 6557, which is 6.60m long and features a rear island bed and a side bathroom layout. Meanwhile the T/I 7057 DBL also has a rear island bed but is slightly longer at 7.40m and comes with an en suite bathroom. The T/I 7057 EBL is the same except it has twin single beds, instead.

With so many layouts to choose from, the Trend really is the perfect motorhome to enjoy holidaying in style. The whole Trend range has also been refreshed with new Topaz Apple wood décor and wood shade PVC flooring. The A-class models feature wide-edge beading and a Multiflex rail system, while the front design is now the same as that seen on the Pulse and Globebus models, for an extra touch of class.

Dethleffs Alpa I 7820-2 motorhome

  • Price from: £104,490
  • Base vehicle: Fiat Ducato, 2.3l
  • Layout: Rear lounge
  • Berths: 4
  • Travel seats: 2
  • Gross weight: 5,000kg
  • Payload: 740kg

Dethleffs has developed an additional conversion type of the successful Alpa range, which has only just been unveiled to the public this autumn! The Alpa I 7820-2 is an A-class motorhome featuring innovative electric drop-down single beds in the cab area that are accessed via a bespoke set of stairs. With the bedroom in place and the cab closed off, the living area is instantly converted into a stylish apartment.

This new Alpa also benefits from a very spacious and cosy lounge in the rear, making it the perfect holiday vehicle for couples that enjoy plenty of space. That said, as a double bed can be made up in the lounge and a further two belted seats can optionally be added, the I 7820-2 also offers flexibility to those who enjoy going away with others from time to time.

Highlights of Dethleffs 2019 motorhomes

  • The brand-new Pulse range comes with step-free interiors and en suite bathrooms
  • The unique Maxi-Flex overhead locker system on the Pulse is unique to the market
  • Gran Turismo (GT) pack adds even more style and comfort
  • Ingenious interior lighting solutions guarantee an air of calm and relaxation
  • Ample payload capacity, even with four passengers on board
  • Large garages with doors that can be operated with one hand, for ease of access

Buy the essential guide to 2019 motorhomes and campervans

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