Elddis Crusader Shamal

Wednesday, 14, Dec 2011 12:04

Make & Model
Elddis Crusader Shamal
Year
2012
Overall
The low-lights was having to wait for the van, highlights is simply owning a caravan that shouts excellence, driven by a very good PDI which in today's standards is very hard to find.
Space & Practicality
For two people the layout is excellent. I have my concerns as a four berth, but we love this van.
Quality & Reliability
Up to this day we have had no faults and that's saying a lot for the caravan industry.
Equipment & Comfort
The sound system is ok and the beds are excellent they have a memory-foam mattress.
Value for Money
The van came with a wheel lock and hitch lock which is great.We think that the van is very good value especially when you compare other company's.
Reviewed by MrDJHunter
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