Nigel Donnelly

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THE UK'S NEWEST caravan manufacturer, Eterniti Caravans has revealed more details about its keenly awaited new tourers, ahead of the launch at next week's Caravan and Motorhome Show 2012 Manchester.

 

THE UK'S NEWEST caravan manufacturer, Eterniti Caravans has revealed more details about its keenly awaited new tourers, ahead of the launch at next week's Caravan and Motorhome Show 2012 Manchester. 

 

Images of the US-built touring caravans show that it looks far more like a European tourer than anything else from across the pond, indicating that Eterniti's efforts to build a UK tourer in the USA have been successful. The range uses the European BPW chassis.

 

It is also clear however that Eterniti is doing things differently from traditional UK rivals. On the website, standard-fit air-conditioning, fold-out awnings, electric slide-outs and even two entrance doors are in evidence, meaning these vans are going to be a must see in Manchester next week. 

 

Eterniti's MD Phil Daniels is pleased to have the models finished, but emphasises that they are the first batch and the next ones will be even better. 

 

Eterniti prices and models

EC1-22-FB4 4-berth £21995 - single axle

Pull-out 'Futon' bed

 

EC1-22-BB5 5-berth £21995 - single axle

Triple-bunk family van

 

EC2-26-IB4 4-berth £24995 - twin-axle

Island bed end-washroom with two external doors

 

EC2-26-BB6 6-berth £24995 - twin-axle

Triple-bunk large family berth

 

For more details, visit the Eterniti website here

 

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