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Stealth Caravans has announced details of two new family layouts that will appear at the International Caravan and Motorhome show at the NEC next month.

Stealth Caravans has announced details of two new family layouts that will appear at the International Caravan and Motorhome show at the NEC next month.

 

These are the first Stealth models aimed at the family market. The R-53 is a classic side-dinette four-berth, with a huge washroom and large side dinette. The T-58 sports a triple-bunk layout with a small dinette opposite and a seperate shower cubicle. As with other models in the range, the same ‘Valiant’, ‘Intrepid’ and ‘Defiant’ names denote the different models.

 

Prices and MTPLM weights for the R-53 start at £15,495 and 1385kg for the ‘Valiant’,  £16,745 and 1418kg for the ‘Intrepid’ and £17,995 and 1424kg for the top-spec ‘Defiant’. The T-58 weighs in at £16,295 and 1581kg, £17,430 and 1618kg and £18,565 and 1622kg respectively.

 

Both vans are available to pre-order, ready for delivery or collection at the end of November 2010. For details of the rest of the Stealth Q-Class 2011 line up, see this story on the Practical Caravan website. For more details and general information, head to the Stealth website

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