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Challenger 570

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  • 2010 4 Single axle Touring 1385 1595 7.51 2.29 1020 Yes Yes 4 The MTPLM is 1595kg which means you need a heavy car to counter it.<br />The shower is a bit on the weak side. The blown air setting on the heating is not particularly warm. 4 Yes. External graphics are enough to stand out without over doing it. Inside the soft furnishings are subtle and not too contemporary Yes. The seats are well supported and the bed is excellent. There is plenty of room in the lounge and the washroom. Its a bit of a squeeze past the bed but no big deal. 3 The noseweight is a bit of a balancing act with 2 gas tanks in the front locker, but all vans are. I find it reasonable to tow but it is big and heavy. At times I've need 4x4 mode to pull away on a damp sloping road. It does get sucked in by passing lorries too 4 We haven't had any issues to date. 5 It is excellent. There are 2 of us and 2 dogs so theres enough room. For longer breaks we use a Kampa Rally 390 awning which is easy to fit and gives us loads of space. The kitchen is well equipped although a touch more workspace would be good. The fixed bed is excellent and the bathroom is also good. I've fitted a good quality battery and we take it rallying for weekends and hook it up to a solar panel without any issues. We took it to the top of Scotand last year for a week and it was excellent. Added a motor mover, which was a bit of a pain because the spare wheel is mounted behind the axle so the mover had to go infront which causes the noseweight issue I think 3 used Independent showroom I had used this dealer for my previous (first) van a year earlier and we returned to them after having a bad experience ordering a brand new van at the NEC in Spring 2013 that never arrived. Admittedly they are a bit of a high volume used van dealership but have been in business many years and I had no real complaints with the first van other than it was too small for us. They were efficient, not pushy (it was the same sales person as previously too) and gave me a reasonable price for the trade in. I picked it up last March just before Easter when we had the snow and they pulled all the stops out to get it ready for me a day earlier than planned to beat the weather. https://www.caravantalk.co.uk/community/uploads/monthly_01_2014/ccs-51117-0-59011200-1388954024.jpg Yes
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Fixed double bed, end washroom, separate shower, plenty of storage, single axle.

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