Review: Elddis 646 Avante

Saturday, 07, May 2011 02:54

Make & Model
Elddis 646 Avante
Year
2010
Overall
Tows like a dream for a large twin axle caravan!
Space & Practicality
Excellent layout! omg 6 berth that can sleep 7 in comfort. The middle small double bed comes into its own - seats 4 around its table for eating, and can sleep 2 at night.
Quality & Reliability
Extra silicone in bathroom area did'nt go a miss when i applied more !
Equipment & Comfort
Plenty of seating. No problems with electrics. Good heating.
Value for Money
Only thing missing which would have been nice is a igniter switch for the gas hobs.
Reviewed by MichaelCraven
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