Winnebago has been busy expanding its range by introducing a number of new and unique motorhomes to the Australian marketplace and they will all be on display at the 2011 Queensland Caravan Camping and Touring Holiday Show at Brisbane’s RNA showgrounds June 8 to June 14.
The all new Winnebago Eyre, Ceduna and the Esperance Premium together with Winnebago’s existing model range offer customers even greater choice. Choice of over 130 layouts, styles and coordinated colours, enough to appeal to even the most discerning of buyers.
Stylish Winnebago Eyre, a motorhome for refined taste and total comfort. Unashamedly European, yet built strong for Australian roads, Eyre ticks all the boxes when it comes to style, offering a sleek aerodynamic shape and the lowest profile motorhome on the market.
The huge storage boot will amaze and even more exciting, the walk in wardrobe under the pedestal island bed provides more than ample space for your clothing and personal items.
Built on the silky smooth 3 litre Fiat Ducato, Winnebago have enhanced the package by combining a purpose built ALKO motorhome chassis offering greater strength and extra carrying capacity.
The Esperance Premium A Class motorhome offers Australians what Europeans have loved for years, a smaller, conveniently sized A Class motorhome with all the trappings of the larger models.
Driven on a car licence, the spacious cabin area coupled with a huge one piece windscreen offers views like never before together with all the luxury fit out expected from the Winnebago Esperance range.
The rear bedroom area has a large walk around bed that comfortably sleeps two, if you would like to bring along a couple more guests, just pull down the bed above the driver and passenger seat or convert the roomy dinette.
The bathroom is located at the rear with separate shower and toilet facilities and as the toilet is not part of the shower recess, it remains dry. The porcelain bowl toilet flushes to a large sealed wheel-along cassette.
Apart from the luxurious necessities, Esperance Premium offers a host of standard items such as remote controlled roof air conditioning for heating and cooling, a separate ducted diesel furnace system as well, a large LCD television with inbuilt DVD player, a huge roll out awning, electric entry step and an inbuilt, GPS system incorporating a reversing camera and DVD player.
Traditional, sturdy and stylish describes the all new Winnebago Ceduna built on the reliable VW Crafter chassis.
Incorporating space saving features such as the renowned electric roll down bed, the Ceduna will sleep six adults comfortably and there are seatbelts for everyone as well.
Boasting a dry bathroom, air-conditioning, a large roll out awning and loads of external storage including a full width bin for those longer items such as fishing rods, Ceduna offers it all and when friends pop over or when you just feel like laying back for a well-deserved relax, the rear lounge, surrounded by enormous windows for you to take in the vie, is the best place to be.
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