Sterling Elite

Sterling Elite interior
Sterling Elite interior

Tuesday, 03, Aug 2010 01:49


Innovations for 2017

For 2017, the Sterling Elite range has kept its fleet of eight models in tact without a whole raft of changes.

New Dometic CU600 cookers have been introduced across the range and each model will have new interior furnishings with beige hessian fabrics in two textures.

New style cushions will be in dark plum shades and curtains will have a pale gold cross pattern.

Overhead, there are white storage lockers, with chrome effect handles and gloss oak coloured inlays leading to a wide panoramic sunroof.

In a press release, a Swift spokesperson, said: "The Elite is designed to deliver an exceptional leisure experience with an extensive list of luxury, safety and practical features.

"Whatever the weather you will be warm and happy in your all season Elite thanks to Alde central heating and whether you are onsite or remote you will have access to several of the Elite's key systems courtesy of Swift Commands clever technology."


Innovations for 2016

Buyers can expect to get a good nights' sleep on the deep sprung mattresses, and there is an alternative beige leather upholstery cost option for added comfort.

Each model can include the dealer fitted extra of wrap-around seating in addition to the drawer chest. And the two double axle models have the capacity to be fitted with a Dometic B200 roof-mounted air conditioner.

Models with end washrooms are fitted with spacious walk in showers, while the other models are fitted with lined cubicles.

At the top end of the range, the four-berth Sterling Explorer has an MTPLM of 1,830kg and a rear-end island bed.

A fully featured website is available at www.swiftleisure.co.uk for detailed specifications.

For more details, news, rumour and discussions on the Sterling Elite, join our community group for Sterling Caravan Owners.

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ReviewsOverall Rating

Sterling Elite Amber - 2012


Highlights, on the whole a very nice van. Tows superbly, looks excellent and day to day use again very good. Lowlights, a little bit down on quality ...Read More

Sterling Elite Searcher - 2005


There's plenty of room for four people, although having the bathroom at the rear end of the caravan means gusts have to walk past you in the night to ...Read More

Sterling Elite Emerald - 2010


I would advise future Bailey customer to have a good look around the caravan post PDI check for screws and finishings. It's not as good as our previou...Read More

Sterling Elite Explorer - 2010


First problem was a leaky pipe into the water tank. Then I found the fittings and fixtures were poor and many not properly sorted. But the PDI/handove...Read More

Sterling Elite Onyx - 2008


It's been a great van, the equipment let's it down a bit, but still very happy with....Read More

Sterling Elite Explorer - 2008


Poor experience with the van mostly due to a faulty fridge fuse, went back for repair numerous times which meant we couldn't use the van....Read More

Contact Details

Address
Swift Group Ltd
Dunswell Road
Cottingham,
East Yorkshire, HU16 4JS
Tel 01482 847332
Web www.swiftleisure.co.uk
Email enquiry@swiftgroup.co.uk

Other Information

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Models

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  • Sterling Elite 560
  • Sterling Elite 565
  • Sterling Elite 570
  • Sterling Elite 580
  • Sterling Elite 630
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