Elddis Crusader Typhoon 2009

£8,995

Elddis Crusader Typhoon 2009

£8,995
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Elddis Crusader Typhoon ., 4 Berth, (2009) Touring Caravans for sale

Elddis Crusader Typhoon 2009, This 4 berth end washroom. For sale just arrived in stock this super cool looking 4 berth end washroom side dinnet Elddis Crusader Typhoon 2009 Very high specification and fully equipped with all your caravaning equipment. Fully serviced and 12 months Warrenty included, specification, Alarm system BBQ outlet and CD system just to list 3 items of this full specification caravan Pitching and setting up, You shouldn’t have any difficulty pitching up, as the corner steadies on the Typhoon are easy to use, and the mains, water and waste-eater pipes are all sensibly located and quickly connected. There’s a light in the front locker, so you should be able to manage connecting up the gas if you arrive on site after dark. Lounge, Fitting four adults into a caravan lounge can be a squeeze, but not in the Typhoon – the lounge seats are long and deep. Each bench seat can easily sit two, but if you can get one to yourself the bolsters make stretching out heavenly. As well as being comfortable, the lounge is an attractive part of the van. With the large Heki rooflight overhead it’s bright during the day, and the shallow lockers make it feel wide and spacious. The upholstery is a brave chocolate brown, but against the light-toned wood it isn’t overwhelming. The lounge has a few other touches that make it practical for families. The carpet is removable and in three pieces to make cleaning easier. The central chest has two drawers, a cupboard and a pull-out extension, which is preferable to the fold-over model you often find. A power point and a 12V socket are located at its base. There’s a fold-down table extension fixed to the pedestal unit on the offside – handy for resting a mug or plate if there’s stuff (such as a telly?) on the unit itself. The corner lights give off a strong yet warm glow, while the LED strip lighting is slightly gentler. The lounge also has four halogen spots so everyone has a light to read by. Kitchen, No complaints about the equipment provided in the kitchen, which includes a separate oven and grill, 115-litre fridge and microwave oven. There’s a three-burner hob, on which one of the rings is large enough to use a wok; a nice, practical touch. You won’t want for work surface either, there being most space where the power point and main switches are located. As well as this, both the hob and the sink have Chinchilla glass lids, so workspace can be increased whenever you prepare meals. Oh, and there’s a separate washing up bowl. One annoyance: the tap is located between the two glass lids, which means unless the handle is in just the right place, you knock the water on when you open a lid. A much bigger problem, though, is that there are no no cupboards in the kitchen; just two drawers, one overhead locker and two shelves. It means you’ll probably have to store kitchen equipment and food in one of the dinette lockers. Washroom, Smart tiling features in the separate shower compartment, which is relatively roomy. Outside the shower there is room to get dry and dressed. The wardrobe is within the washroom as well, so clothes are near to hand. Above the basin there is a mirror with a light. However, the mirror is quite low, which makes shaving or applying lippy a bit tricky. The mirror is low to allow room ?for a locker above it. The locker provides good storage and there are shelves next to it for items in regular use. You need the locker and shelves because a laundry bag occupies most of the space under the basin, but it’s worth the space it takes. The electric-flush toilet has legroom around it, and the loo-roll holder is sensibly sited, as are the toothbrush holder, soap dish and hand-towel rail. Beds, The bed is fairly easy to make up. The only tricky bit is getting the offside cushion turned over – the fold-down table gets in the way a bit. When the cushions are in place, they fit well and make a firm bed. Comfy, too, as long as you remember to turn the cushions over so the knee-roll faces down. Elddis had kids in mind for the bunks, but most adults will be happy in them too, even if six-footers might feel a touch cramped. The top bunk has a 70kg weight limit. The bunks are easy to make up. The table stows away and slats pull out to complete the base for the lower bunk. The top bunk folds out easily from the wall. Separate cushions are provided for the top bunk’s mattress, and they are a good fit. The cushions from the side dinette form the mattress for the lower bunk. These are a good fit length-wise, but are narrow. Storage, The large end-washroom means there is space for a generous wardrobe. As well as hanging room, there are three drawers. However, these are quite shallow, which limits their usefulness to taking smalls and a few T-shirts. The under-seat storage in the lounge is excellent. The space is large and has front access as well as slatted lids, but the overhead lockers are less practical. The six lockers are as shallow as those in the kitchen (not enough storage space in there), and none have shelves. One is all but completely taken up by the CD player, and another has been made into a cocktail cabinet. Technical specs, Berth, 4, MiRO, 1360kg, Payload, 270kg, MTPLM, 1630kg, Interior length, 5.34m, Shipping length, 7.07m, Width, 2.29m, Height, 2.58m, Awning size, 959cm, Verdict, Elddis has dressed this Crusader in some of its smarter clothes, and introduced a number of tidy design features to tempt buyers in. A moderate price tag won’t do any harm, either. Read more at http://www.practicalcaravan.com/reviews/caravan/28060-elddis-crusader-typhoon#VhWhoCBveTSH4Mwc.99

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