Rob Ganley
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Practical Caravan reviews the 2014 Adria Adora range that includes two new layouts and exterior changes, as well as stylish, updated interiors

After 47 years of producing touring caravans, and the Adora since the early 2000s, it was time for a shake-up.

The 2014 range features new front and rear bodyshell panels with new light clusters and chrome-look grabhandles and Adria's new graphics. With a new opening panoramic sunroof and triple front window, this model will get lots of sunlight and you'll really be able to enjoy the views.

The interior has had an overhaul as well, with chocolate upholstery, dark-veneer furniture and chrome detailing. The kitchen's re-design includes new hots with three in-line gas burners and plenty of storage.

The five floor plans are all on single-axles with front lounges – two of which are new for 2014. All the floor plans are very UK-friendly and the impressive sunroof may well make buyers take a second look at this 2014 range.

New Layouts for 2014 – The Loire and The Isonzo

The Loire is a diminutive two-berth that features parallel sofas in the lounge, an offside kitchen and a full-width rear washroom. The Adria Adora Isonzo is a new layout with a full-width end washroom and a transverse island bed, and has been hugely popular in the UK.

2014 Adria Adora Range

Loire (432 DT) 

Berths: 2

This new layout has a front lounge, mid kitchen and full-width end washroom.

Seine (612 DL)

Berths: 4

The Seine has a front lounge, mid kitchen, twin beds and an end washroom.

Rhine (612 DL)

Berths: 6

A side kitchen and side dinette, plus the make-up double in the front lounge and the rear corner bed and washroom make up a spacious 6-berth caravan.

Thames (643 UT)

Berths: 4

This layout has a front lounge, mid-ships kitchen, nearside fixed double bed and an end washroom.

Isonzo (623)

Berths: 4

The front lounge, mid kitchen and end washroom are carried through in this new layout, plus a transverse island bed for ultimate comfort.

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