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  • 2010 4 Single axle Touring 1319 1492 7.18 2.28 Yes Yes 5 The front seat lockers are awkward to get in to and requires the removal of the seat cushions to access the space underneath. There are a few dings on the side and back where stones have been thrown up by passing vehicles. 5 Yes, the outside looks too much like a box and the off centred stickers will soon be removed. The inside is clean, friendly and light. Seating: The seating is comfortable for a large person, but it gets more comfortable when you pull one of the front seats out to create a larger area to curl up on.<br />The Bed: So much better than our last caravan and the bed at home, however, we did find that we had to buy extra slats for it and fit them with spacers to stop gaps appearing. 5 Yes, there is no sway or yaw to speak of due to the Alco Hitch and the ATC, which seems to do a good job.<br />We have had no problem with the noseweight. 4 We had a minor fault which we spotted where water was gaining access to the front lockers, this was easily sorted by tightening and resealing the front grab handles. 5 It's well suited to all conditions. The thermal insulation is good and has seen us caravanning in -13C once and at or just below freezing a number of times with no ill effect.<br /><br />We have taken the Caravan up the side of mountains and in to damp dark valleys without any problems and are planning an European Extravaganza next year, we'll see how it copes with that and report back sometime.<br /> We have completed a couple of minor modifications.<br /><br />The control panel light, which is designed to be on when ever the caravan is on mains power, was rewired, and now only comes on when the awning light is turned on, a good reminder to turn the lights off when hitting the sack.<br /><br />The heating pipes are slung underneath and we have now enclosed them with pipe insulation, this makes the heat loss much less and increases the internal temperature noticeably, reducing the fuel costs. 3 new Franchised dealer Didn't really see him. We were told not to buy it as he didn't like it! So we ordered it by phone and didn't really speak to him again. https://www.caravantalk.co.uk/community/uploads/monthly_07_2013/ccs-45752-0-09342900-1373302083.jpg Yes
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We like the fixed transverse bed and headroom as I am 1.98 metres (6'6") tall. The Alu-tech body shell seems to be good and have not had any problems with it. It's light inside and feels welcoming. It is ideal for 2 with plenty of room.

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