Anyone coming to the Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show at the NEC this week (13th-18th February) should come across a wide selection of dealer specials.

Grantham’s on stand 2200 in Hall 2, for example, is displaying the 2024 line-up from its Siena range. These are based on Swift’s Sprite range, but on top of Sprite spec, the models also include ATC, a 100W solar panel, an external mains socket and barbecue point and Swift Elegance upholstery with contoured cushioning.

Grantham's Siena range
Grantham’s Siena range

At Broad Lane Leisure on stand 1052 in Hall 1, meanwhile, you can view the dealership’s Fairway X range. Also based on Sprite, these include exclusive upholstery and exterior graphics, Horrex blinds and luxury front curtains with wall pads, ATC, an alarm, a 100W solar panel, external mains and barbecue points and a window in the door.

Fairway X
Broadlane Leisure’s Fairway X

Don’t miss Couplands’ Bessacarr range on stand 1110 in Hall 1 either.

Coupland's Bessacarr
Coupland’s Bessacarr

The models here are based on Swift’s Elegance range. But over and above the spec that entails, they also include special Bessacarr styling, accessories and caravan cover, an all white kitchen, an additional TV bracket, additional mirrors inside wardrobes, 5G wi-fi, a Truma Aventa air conditioning unit, an additional 100W solar panel, and E&P self levelling.

Visitors to the Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show are also getting to see Eriba display its first caravan with an oven, the Triton 420, while Go-Pods is showcasing a range of colourful tourers on its stand, as well as a standard white model.

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