Nigel Donnelly

See other News articles filed in ‘Caravans’ written by Nigel Donnelly
   
IF YOU'RE HEADING to the London show this week, you'll be one of the lucky ones who get to see the new Elddis Crusader Hurricane up close. If you can't get to London, don't panic. We have an exclusive video review of the baby Crusader.

The £19k Hurricane is the cheapest route into Crusader ownership. Despite the 1400kg weight, you still get Alde heating, Avtex TV and all the other top kit that marks out the Crusader range. And that includes the handsome exterior looks, which work very well in the Hurricane's shorter body.

IF YOU'RE HEADING to the London show this week, you'll be one of the lucky ones who get to see the new Elddis Crusader Hurricane up close. If you can't get to London, don't panic. We have an exclusive video review of the baby Crusader. 

 

The £19k Hurricane is the cheapest route into Crusader ownership. Despite the 1400kg weight, you still get Alde heating, Avtex TV and all the other top kit that marks out the Crusader range. And that includes the handsome exterior looks, which work very well in the Hurricane's shorter body.

 

As mentioned, the Crusader debuts at the Motorhome, Caravan and Camping Show which opens on the 14 February 2012 and runs until Sunday 19th. For more details, click here

 

 

Share with friends

Follow us on

Most recent caravan reviews

The Practical Caravan Swift Elegance 530 review – 1 - Its 1661kg MTPLM means the 2017 Swift Elegance 530 isn't light, but it's also heavy on luxury which ups its appeal (© Practical Caravan)
The Practical Caravan Elddis Crusader Zephyr review – 1 - The exterior colour is called 'Champagne', but it is really a heathery brown, differentiating it from the blue of its Compass Camino 660 sister van (© Peter Baber/Practical Caravan)
The Practical Caravan Lunar Lexon 590 review – 1 - Flush-fitting windows, the sunroof, alloy wheels and the cantilever-action gas locker door all add a touch of class to the 590 (© Practical Caravan)
The Practical Caravan Sprite Quattro DD review – 1 - This twin-axle from the 2017 range of Sprite caravans has an MTPLM of 1624kg (© Andy Jenkinson/Practical Caravan)
The Practical Caravan Bailey Pursuit 560-5 review – 1 - The single front window may look budget-style to some, but we like the uncluttered view it provides from inside the van (© Practical Caravan)
The Practical Caravan Compass Capiro 550 review – 1 - The new-for-2017 Compass Capiro 550 has a 1467kg MTPLM (© Practical Caravan)