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Hi New to this forum but not a Troll. Not a caravan enthusiast but bought a Unicorn Vigo 2016 in October. Was advised by the dealer to go for a Swift but my tow car couldn’t manage the weight and the Vigo was just in. I bought it to live in while at work in North North Europe. Until last week I was very happy with it: Great Layout for one/two people and fully functional kitchen and bathroom. .comfortable and light and over the winter months the Aldi central heating kept me warm. However, The cold dry has disappeared and has been replaced by rain. La
Anyone else having issues with the durability and quality of the upholstery in a 2014 Saros? Pictures shows marks on corner cushion that are disappointing to says the least. Obviously out of warranty now and it's a few hundred £££ to replace all or part of the furnishings. What is annoying is that at the 12 month service at dealers we were advised to "keep our eye" on the furnishings as they had seen quite a few problems with the quality and durability resulting in a few sets being replaced. By the time the marks started showing on our material it was over 24 months since purchase
Aaaargh! We have succesfully sold our much loved Bailey Beachcomber which we bought 21/2 years ago to see whether we would be caravaners or not and the answer is a definite YES so we decided that now would be the time to upgrade however, we knew what we wanted and with a alimited budget and a list of things which work for us we set off eager to purchase our new caravan. ....not nearly as easy as one would imagine!!! We had a double dinnette before and with 3 boys (rapidly growing ages 11, 9 and 7) I was fed up with constantly making and unmaking beds and arguments between the 2 sharing the