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2016 Venus caravans 4 years 1 week ago #402924

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See what Venus is doing with its 2016 season vans – just click here! What do you think?
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2016 Venus caravans 4 years 3 days ago #403130

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Does this look like a budget caravan to you?
Enjoy our 2016 Venus 570/4 review here!
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2016 Venus caravans 4 years 1 day ago #403213

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Looked at the 2015 Venus last year and to be frank it was hard to see the difference from the Quasar Looks a very good buy to me.
You appear to have seen the future in your July magazine when you said others should follow Sprite in putting a transverse bed in their budget models.
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2016 Venus caravans 4 years 1 day ago #403219

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Raywood wrote:
Looked at the 2015 Venus last year and to be frank it was hard to see the difference from the Quasar Looks a very good buy to me.

One thing that manufacturers seem keep on the budget range of their vans is a single piece front window, as in this case.
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