Rory White

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LUNAR CARAVANS has announced two new layouts to be launched at the NEC Boat and Caravan show, which runs between 22 and 27 February.

The focus is on lightweight family vans, with a new single-axle four-berth and new single-axle five-berth set to join the current Lunar range.

LUNAR CARAVANS has announced two new layouts to be launched at the NEC Boat and Caravan show, which runs between 22 and 27 February.

 

The focus is on lightweight family vans, with a new single-axle four-berth and new single-axle five-berth set to join the current Lunar range.

 

Despite the low weight, Lunar is confident that the standard of flexible, spacious living will remain high in both tourers.

 

Important launch

“This is a really important launch for us," said Martin Henderson, Sales and Marketing Director. "With increasing fuel prices and VAT rates, the benefits of touring in a lightweight family caravan have become more evident in terms of greater fuel economy and the choice of a smaller tow car.

 

"These two new models highlight our rigorous commitment to producing lightweight caravans that combine home-from-home comfort with practical and flexible living space. News of this launch has already excited many of our customers so we are really looking forward to the first showcase at the February show.”

 

Look out for our preview of next month's NEC show, to be published in our March issue, on sale on 2 February.

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