From your first cursory glance at the outside of the Exclusive Deluxe, you’ll note that it is big! With a Tare of 1574kg and GVM of 1850kg, it’s fitted on a double axle.
It is also quite tall at 2.72m, with a conventional fixed roof (there’s standing room from front to back) with a Dometic aircon attached on top. The standard model does not come with the aircon in the roof.
When you open the door, which is situated on the left side at the back behind the wheels, you realise that this is a caravan made exclusively – if you’ll forgive the pun – for a couple.
The interior with its two-tone finish has the feel of an upmarket home. The first thing that strikes you is the massive counter space, almost two metres long, immediately on your left and opposite the café-style dinette area. The kitchen section has no fewer than 13 cupboards and drawers: more than enough for all your groceries, cutlery and more. There are also four rows of shelves for your cups and spices. Honestly, it’s like having a proper kitchen!
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