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Quasar 464 (Sussex Amberley dealer special)

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  • 2012 4 Single axle Touring 1082 1295 6.261 2.16 890 Yes Yes 5 So far nothing, although we've only had it for just over a week and spent two nights away 5 The Quasar branding and decals disappear and are replaced by Sussex graphics in an understated up-market style, creating an elegant looking van with just a hint of uniqueness Very comfortable, especially for someone, like me, who's 6ft 2ins or so as the single rear dinette turns into a 6ft 8ins long single bed. 5 Fine so far over about 500 or so miles apart from the electrics umbilical dragging on the road and having to be repaired by Green Flag. 4 Just that darned cable 5 With no head bashing worries, room to move in the washroom, a separate shower, hot water on tap, oven, microwave, a 50% larger fridge, a big kitchen, loads of light all round, we hope it'll be a holiday joy. We had a Powrmover fitted and there are the dealer special mods mentioned earlier, all garnered from the Lexon and Clubman ranges further up Lunar's spec. list.<br />We had a weight upgrade from the standard 1235kg, just a paper exercise with a new weight plate to replace the original under the main door. 5 new Franchised dealer Nice people to deal with, excellent handover. They spotted that the 13 pin plug was a bit naff so immediately had their workshop fit a new one while I waited. Then they gave me some Sussex branded bits because of the wait. The bouquet of flowers was appreciated by Mrs SDA when I got home and Archie the Sussex stuffed dog holds sway in the van, until our beardie gets on board anyway. https://www.caravantalk.co.uk/community/uploads/monthly_06_2013/ccs-42821-0-54450000-1372456941.jpg,monthly_06_2013/ccs-42821-0-05826100-1372456998.jpg Yes
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The same layout as our beloved Eriba Troll 540's but in a full size body with a fourth berth in the shape of a fold-up bunk. Just 4.68m long internally, but with a good size kitchen and separate square shower. The dealer special brings Al-Ko ATC, 'mood' lighting LEDs above lounge windows and inside the kitchen roof lockers with their obscure plastic inset panels. Different cushions and curtains, heavy duty steadies and remote controlled alarm and awning light plus a much larger Heki above the lounge.

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