Elddis Xplore 540

Thursday, 15, Aug 2013 10:37

Make & Model
Elddis Xplore 540
Year
2011
Overall
It does the job but not well. 12 months old I will sell it as soon as possible. It does tow well , but that's all I can say.
Space & Practicality
Space is fine, good layout.
Quality & Reliability
Pipes joints come off, lights stop working, heating poor if cold, awning rail leaks, bed rails fall down. Windows cracks on the lock area, water mark inside front window.
Equipment & Comfort
Bed is good, the rest is very poor need repair all the time.
Value for Money
Not value for money, would not buy this van again it's poor.
Reviewed by PhillipCumbridge
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