Nigel Donnelly

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VENUS HAS ANNOUNCED the prices for its all-new range of entry-level tourers.

The four-van range, which consists of a pair of two-berth models, and a further pair of four-berth fixed bed models debut at the Motorhome, Caravan and Camping show at London's ExCeL centre on February 14th.

VENUS HAS ANNOUNCED the prices for its all-new range of entry-level tourers.

 

The four-van range, which consists of a pair of two-berth models, and a further pair of four-berth fixed bed models debut at the Motorhome, Caravan and Camping show at London's ExCeL centre on February 14th.

 

Venus 500/4 bed area
The 300/2 is the smallest and lightest of the new models, with a maximum weight of less than 900kg

 

The range, built in the Lunar Caravans factory in Preston have maximum weights of less than 900kg for the two-berths and less than 1200kg for the fixed-bed tourers.  

 

300/2 - £10495 - end-kitchen two berth

380/2 - £10995 - end-washroom two berth

490/4 - £12495 - twin single-bed with end-washroom 

500/4 - £12495 - nearside fixed-bed with rear washroom

 

A 'Plus Pack' is available for £399, which boosts the basic specification. This adds an Al-Ko hitch stabiliser, alloy wheels, door flyscreen, spare wheel and a CD/MP3 player.

Venus 500/4 bed area

Interior finishes are very smart and contemporary for an entry-level range

 

At present, 20 dealers are confirmed for the new models, all of whom are presently Lunar Caravan dealers. The company is confident of having around double this once the initial launch is out of the way. 

 

For details of the Motorhome, Caravan and Camping show, click here.

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