Had ours Adora Isonzo for 14 months now, I'll answer your questions as a fan of our caravan.
1.Having looked at lots of pictures (never seen one in real life), it looks lovely, I think my only reservation with the layout would be whether it's easy to do the piles of washing up I seem to get with the way the kitchen is set out.
Drainer sits over 3 burner hob - plastic thing that unfortunately doesn't drain into the sink, we use our own plate rack on this and can fit a days washing up with no probs, but the hob is out of action while using the drainer.
2. Anyway, what I'd really like to know is how easy they are to tow? 8.25m seems scarily long (our current van is only 6.2m).
Tows without any real issues, extra length needs a little more care when turning to avoid cutting corners. Ours is 8ft wide too and I was a little aprehensive but it is fine in reality. I use wide towing mirrors and know if I'm going in a straight line the van will get through a gap if the mirrors do!
3. Also do they have any other quirks compared to UK stuff?
If you call not leaking a quirk over UK vans then yes! Build quality very good, only issue with ours was a soft close draw that was a bit reluctant to close the last half inch. Soon fixed at 1st service.
4. We are heavy users of our on board facilities, is that shower lining up to the job?
Shower lining seems fine. UK reviewers make a lot of this but as long as the panel seals are good then there is no cause for concern. There is a decent seam of silicone between all the panels but I will keep an eye on it and get it renewed if it ever appears to deteriorate over time.
5. And finally are there any stand out dealers or are they all similar? Our local one would be Barnsdale Leisure.
Venture caravans of Hitchin have been superb for us so far but probably too far for you?
I'd be grateful for any insight.
6. Can I expect to achieve 90kg nose weight ok?
I can get 100kg fairly easily with 6 &13kg gas bottles in the front.
Hope this helps, after a poor experience with faults and poor design on an Elddis we love our Isonzo. Smallish kitchen worktop is a slight compromise we can work around.
PS and they look good too IMO and the super tough outer side walls will be very hard wearing & dent free.
Edited by BradleyWiggins, 05 September 2017 - 06:28 am.