Nigel Donnelly

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FOLLOWING A SUCCESSFUL debut at Motorhome and Caravan 2012, the Swift Challenger Sport and Sterling Eccles Sport ranges are growing to meet customer demand.

Three new single-axle layouts are appearing in the new year. The three models are the 564, 584 and 585.Swift Challenger Sport 564 and Sterling Eccles Sport 564The 564 offers two large fixed rear single beds, end washroom, centre kitchen and double front dinette. Based on the successful Swift Challenger 565

FOLLOWING A SUCCESSFUL debut at Motorhome and Caravan 2012, the Swift Challenger Sport and Sterling Eccles Sport ranges are growing to meet customer demand.

 

Three new single-axle layouts are appearing in the new year. The three models are the 564, 584 and 585.

 

 

Swift Challenger Sport 564 and Sterling Eccles Sport 564

The 564 offers two large fixed rear single beds, end washroom, centre kitchen and double front dinette. Based on the successful Swift Challenger 565

 

 

Swift Challenger Sport 584 and Sterling Eccles Sport 584

Transverse island bed layout with front double dinette, centre kitchen transverse island double bed and end washroom. Based on the popular Challenger 580

 

 

Swift Challenger Sport 585 and Sterling Eccles Sport 585

Pulls the new 636 family twin-axle layout into a lighter single axle version, providing a family six berth model with twin rear bunks and washroom, centre single dinette and large front double dinette with a centre kitchen.

 

 

Prices and weights

Prices for the three new models are expected to start from £16,500.00. Weights are not yet confirmed but are expected to be up to 1560kg MTPLM.

The justification for the models is clear, says Commercial Manager Nick Page.

'The new ‘Sport’ range was an instant success at launch... These new layouts now bring the widest possible choice to anyone looking for a new tourer that is lighter, more affordable and offers a market leading design'

 

All the new models will be unveiled for the first time at the Caravan and Motorhome Show at Event City in Manchester on 19-22 January. They will also be on show at the Motorhome, Caravan and Camping Show at Excel, London on 14-19 February

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