Coachman Pastiche

If it's something seamless and aerodynamic you're looking for, Coachman's Pastiche range is exactly that
If it's something seamless and aerodynamic you're looking for, Coachman's Pastiche range is exactly that

Thursday, 08, Oct 2015 12:24



Coachman Caravans have introduced six updated Pastiche models for 2016 that are sure to prove popular with both couples and families for their practical layouts. These caravans come in either two or four berth options.

Space aplenty, with 6'5" headroom, each Pastiche model comes with new Ozio fibre seating, with the added benefit of this comfortable technology on all fixed bed model mattresses.

A new Universe French Oak floor covering with luxury loose-lay carpets adds a touch of class, whilst complementing the contemporary Noce Lido interior design on all internal furniture.

Meanwhile, the kitchens are equipped with hetford Caprice oven with grill and dual fuel hob - both with electronic ignition and flame failure - as well as a microwave oven in dedicated housing. When it comes to ensuring food is kept fresh, a Thetford 3000 Series 113 litre manual refrigerator in black set the tone.

A Truma Combi-Boiler (6 kw gas output/1.8 kw electric output) with programmable timing system for heating and hot water. And when it's time to freshen up, an Eco Camel shower head in all showers for 2015 should do the job nicely, whilst back-lit bathroom mirrors are standard in all end bathroom models. Belfast sinks also come with all end-bathroom models.

The electrical system is also second to none, with BCA dual stage power centre providing a 20 amp power supply for caravan 12 volt requirements and separate battery conditioning charger, as well as a 12 volt digital control panel.

Direct and indirect LED lighting comes as standard throughout the whole caravan, featuring 12 volt LED reading lights.

Entertainment can be accessed via an exterior TV aerial input socket and exterior satellite input socket and, when it comes to being a little more energy-conscious, a solar panel connection is also available should you wish to utilise the power of the sun. A high gain, omni-directional aerial with analogue FM/MW and LW will enable you to receive a digital TV signal so you don't miss out on your programmes when on the move.

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ReviewsOverall Rating

Coachman VIP 460/2 - 2009


Only complaint is the warranty...Read More

Coachman Pastiche 420/2 - 2007


I will be upgrading endvof year, coachman have my vote, a little more pricy but worth saving my pennies, I would like a VIP 545....Read More

Coachman Amara 530/4 - 2004


Best van we have ever owned will not part with it for a long time yet....Read More

Coachman Laser 655/6 - 2011


Attention to detail in overall build is not the best (the sealant is poor and looks dirty after a couple of outings) unfortunately we had 27 issues an...Read More

Coachman 545/4 - 2012


Every one wanting to look at van thought I was at the Lawns, downer was fridge not working on gas....Read More

Coachman Amara 530/4 - 2004


Had this van 5 years, been a great van no major problems, love it....Read More

Coachman Laser 655/6 - 2011


This van is fantastic - it tows well and has impressive features. We feel let down by so many quality issues and poor main dealer support. Coachman ...Read More

Coachman Pastiche 520/4 - 2009


The fact that we have had so many problems with the van disappoints me especially as I was told they are a quality van. Problem is that having looked ...Read More

Coachman Wanderer - 2010


An excellent caravan with good all-round fittings and workmanship. ...Read More

Coachman VIP - 2005


A great van, but it's quite heavy so you need a substantial towcar, we tow with an Audi A6 Quattro. But I Overall, thoroughly recommended....Read More

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Contact Details

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Coachman Caravans Ltd.
Amsterdam Road
Sutton Fields Industrial Estate
Hull HU7 0XF
Tel 01482 839737
Web www.coachman.co.uk

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