Avida Ceduna is ideal for travelling Australia

Avida Ceduna model update

2020 Ceduna_C7194_ExteriorFront Avida Ceduna provides a unique motorhome in appearance compared to other Avida motorhomes allowing you to stand out from the crowd, with it’s luxurious interior and that special wow as you walk toward the rear club lounge.

As you step inside be amazed by the added ceiling height, giving plenty of space for even those that usually find themselves stooped over and unable to stand straight inside other motorhome ranges. The Ceduna offers a huge 2175 millimetre interior height.

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Negotiate over anything the great earth throws your way when you get behind the wheel of the Iveco Ceduna.  Choose the optional multi-terrain pack which includes items such as an additional fresh water tank, checker plate with black rear wall mould inserts, an external BBQ fitting, external shower with hot and cold water, multi terrain decals, front nudge bar, LED light bar and solar panels.

Avida’s Sales and Marketing manager Billy Falconer remarked “You will be surprised as you step inside this motorhome just how many of the creature comforts you will find included.  Or why not make your Ceduna extra special with some optional extras such as grey fibreglass, electric roll out awning or diesel heater?”

Out of all the five senses, sight would have to be the most heightened. As you unwind in the rear club lounge and stare out through the wide expansive windows, you will be captivated by the horizon before you.

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The kitchen is compact but functional, boasting a large fridge/freezer with automatic energy selection, 4 burner gas cook top with grill, stainless steel range hood with light and a microwave for convenience when you wish to heat up your meal or any leftovers from the BBQ you had the night before.

You can also take advantage of the two slide out drawers with lift up bench tops that provide a work space or wrap around kitchen bench. Located in the front section of the Ceduna below the large wardrobe, this clever design feature allows you to sit back in the passenger seat and use the lower drawer bench top as a workstation. The upper drawer bench top, when used with the fold down bench extension, provides a wraparound kitchen bench for preparing any meal.2020 Ceduna_C7194_DropDownBed
The Iveco chassis is lean, with a substantial 125 kilowatts of power, 8 speed automatic transmission, 4 wheel disc brakes.  Independent suspension and dual rear wheels, traversing this country has never been easier.

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The Ceduna can sleep and seat 2-6 people making it superb for families or couples wanting to bring the grandkids or friends along for the occasional family trip”.

Tucked up in the ceiling over the rear club lounge is an electric drop down bed that drops down from the ceiling at the touch of a button, ready made for a comfortable night’s sleep.

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There is also a bed above the cabin and the rear dinnette area converts to make a convenient extra bed.

The bathroom is extremely generous in size, complete with separate shower, toilet and vanity with raised porcelain sink.  Ample storage can be found inside the handle free overhead cabinets or soft close drawers.

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Specifications of the C7194 Ceduna motorhome.

Model C7194
Iveco 45C with diff lock
Iveco 50C17
Exterior Length 7010mm (7370mm Multi Terrain)
Exterior Width 2495mm
Exterior Height 3460mm
Wheel Base 4350mm
Interior Height 2175mm
Fresh Water Capacity 100ltr (+60ltr Multi Terrain)
Grey Water Capacity 100ltr
Black Water Capacity 17ltr
Hot Water Capacity 23ltr
LP Gas 2 x 4kg

 = available this floorplan

* Due to continuous improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.

 

About Rob Fraser 948 Articles
Rob Fraser – General dogsbody & Director Rob is the founder of the business. He constantly mutters something about way too many red wines one evening being to blame. He first learned to drive on the farm in a left hand drive WW11 Jeep when he was 11, many years ago. He has maintained a strong interest in the industry ever since and was hooked on 4WDriving way back then. Having previously lived at the top of corporate life he retired in 2000 and hasn’t put a suit and tie on since. Cars are his passion so why not have a business doing what you love he figures. He has towed either a caravan or camper trailer to most parts of Australia, has run guided tours for camper trailers’ and instructed drivers in off road towing Often known for taking the 4WD in the driveway over the sports car, he has travelled pretty much everywhere in Australia and when he is bored goes for a drive.

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