Winnebago is showing off three new models for the first time, at the South Australian Caravan and Camping Show which commences at the Adelaide Showgrounds , Wayville commencing February 23 to 28, 20112.
In the tradition of naming models after Australian places, Eyre, Ceduna and Esperance Premium offer unique and highly specified luxury to the Australian market and also in the longstanding tradition of building motorhomes for the tough Australian conditions since 1965, Eyre, Ceduna and Esperance Premium certainly are made to last.
The highly successful Esperance model range is enhanced by the Esperance Premium. The Esperance Premium offers the space and comfort of an A Class motorhome yet in a 8 metre convenient size, the cabin is wider, the same width as the rest of the motorhome, the huge one piece windscreen and wrap around dash offers fantastic perspective as your travel on your journey.
The swivelling ultra leather front seats compliment the living area which expands at the touch of a button. The large island bed and rear bathroom with separate shower and toilet further enhance the feeling of space.
The Esperance Premium is, like all other Esperance models, built on the tough Iveco 50C18 Chassis
Sleek, sexy and curvaceous, Eyre is attractive to the eye yet offers an incredible array of standard luxury features including an island bed, a separate shower and toilet and incredible walk in wardrobe.
Built on the powerful Fiat Ducato 3.0 litre turbo diesel coupled with the world renowned AL-KO Chassis, Eyre offers the lowest profile of any motorhome on the market today, Full height inside yet only 2.75 metres high overall, Eyre is a convenient motorhome in many ways.
Offering a traditional motorhome look enhanced by the striking raked roof, the amount of space inside is to be seen to be believed. Ceduna has seatbelts for six people and of course, comfortable beds for everyone including the push button electric roll down bed conveniently stored against the ceiling during the day and lowered at night for a good night’s sleep.
The separate shower and toilet, the rear living area, air-conditioning and external awning all combine in a remarkable motorhome.
Built on the strong Volkswagen Crafter rear wheel drive chassis and incorporating Winnebago’s unique product features including the metal sheathed under body protection, Ceduna will provide many memorable days and nights exploring everything the countryside has to offer.
Esperance Premium, Eyre and Ceduna further expand the already impressive Winnebago model range, joining the well-known and popular models, both campervan and motorhome – Escape, Diversion, Birdsville Elite, Esperance, Menindee, Longreach and Classic
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