Jayco 2012 Conquest Motorhome range

Jayco Conquest 2012 range

Jayco Conquest 2012 range
Jayco has announced the release of the 2012 Conquest Motorhome range which is filled with exciting updates at every turn.

Available in low and high roof models and in a range of innovative layouts, the new Conquest range delivers outstanding value for money, style and functionality. The Conquest now boasts a new fibreglass nose which provides the motorhome with improved aerodynamics and more storage space.

The 2012 Conquest’s exterior also includes colour coordinated trunk doors, double glazed Dometic windows and new eye-catching graphics emblazoned on the motorhome’s side. While those who like to dine alfresco will appreciate the slide out gas bottles, slide out generator and double external power point that will make enjoying the great outdoors even easier.

Internally the Conquest has received a makeover with a larger shower room, larger fridge and larger aluminium bed frame. The new Conquest doesn’t scrimp on safety; it now features a rear-view mirror mounted reversing camera – perfect for parking in tight camp sites.

Updates have been made to the decor, such as new Baldacci cupboard door handles and the addition of internal cab blinds in lieu of a cab surround curtain.

Jayco’s Motorhome Manager, Bruce Astbury, said the 2012 Conquest range is evidence of Jayco’s long lasting commitment to producing the best looking and most innovative motorhomes on the market.

“Even though the 2011 Conquest range was hugely popular; we didn’t want to rest on our laurels. We are always looking to push the boundaries.

“With the 2012 Conquest we believe we have produced a magnificent motorhome that packs a punch with its outstanding features while still offering customers great value for money,” Mr Astbury said.

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