Avida Eyre Motorhome MY21 released

The new Eyre MY2021 model has been released by Avida and is available now in dealerships.

The Eyre is a popular Avida motorhome.  At 7.6 metres in length it is compact, built on the Fiat AL-KO chassis and is the lowest profile motorhome on the Australian market.

The Avida Eyre has been manufactured since 2010, and with many product improvements over the years, this new model update is going to impress all the Eyre enthusiasts.

Avida’s Sales and Marketing Manager Billy Falconer said, ‘You will be wowed by the new handle free glossy white curved overheads with timber inserts.  It makes the interior sleek and stylish whilst maintaining a European feel that the Eyre is renowned for’. 

MY21 Eyre B7662 Kitchen

Avida Eyre interior

The Eyre kitchen is efficient for all your cooking needs: with a 2-burner gas cook top, convection microwave oven and a 188 litre 2 door fridge/freezer with automatic energy selection.  There is a pull-out pantry to store away all your pantry needs, and large soft close drawers to place your pots and pans.  Everything will have a space and will be ready at your fingertips.  It also has a separate dinette seating area with an extendable swivel table, plus driver and passenger swivel seats.

M21 EYRE B7682 Layout

The bedroom is located down the rear of the motorhome with either single or island bed model configurations available.  You can separate the bedroom from the rest of the cabin by closing the bathroom door, allowing sleepy heads to stay in bed undisturbed by those that are early risers.

Both new models have a full rear tunnel boot, which is perfect for the keen fisherman that wants to stow their fishing rod or for any hobby enthusiast to enable them to bring along their gear with ease.  The beds have lift up gas struts that allows even more storage inside.

Avida Eyre Features

Reversing into that tight spot is a breeze, as the Eyre comes complete with a colour reversing camera.  Make the exterior stand out in the crowd by selecting one of the many exterior decal collections on offer.

The double insulated dual pane hopper windows with blind and flyscreen, will keep mosquitos at bay but still lets in the valuable air flow to keep you comfortable whilst inside.  You can also switch on the roof mounted air conditioner on those stifling hot days.

Mr Falconer remarked ‘Avida have been building RVs since 1965, and we have evolved our manufacturing processes over these years.  The body construction is built using Avida’s unique sandwich panel construction’.  

M21 EYRE B7682 Layout 2

Billy lists the advantages as:

  • Light weight sandwich panel
  • Walls fixed to the top of the floor, not the side
  • Dent & hail resistant fibreglass finish
  • One-piece floor, walls & roof construction
  • Roof is glued, screwed & fully waterproofed
  • Protective sheeting underside
  • Long lasting easy to clean surfaces
  • Highest insulated rating on the market
  • Strong enough to walk on the roof”

MY21 Eyre-B7662-Kitchen Drop Down Bench

Features include aerodynamic fiberglass moulded front with opening skylight and blind.  Smooth external fiberglass, one-piece roof nose to tail and one -piece floor laminated on foam insulated frame.  The entry door has a 4-way lock security screen for your peace of mind.  The exterior spoiler and bumper are separate making it more cost effective to repair should you have a slight accident.

The Avida Eyre RRP is AUD$151,990

MY21 Eyre-B7662-Exterior 1

Eyre specifications

Chassis: Fiat Ducato ALKO

Exterior Length: 7597mm

Exterior Width: 2423mm

Exterior Height: 2785mm

Fresh Water Capacity: 120ltr

Grey Water Capacity: 120ltr

LP Gas: 2 x 4kg

Gross Vehicle Mass: 4495kg

Towing Capacity: 1505kg

Licence Requirement: Standard car licence

About Rob Fraser 984 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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