Compass Rallye

The all-new Compass Rallye was first unveiled in July 2013
The all-new Compass Rallye was first unveiled in July 2013

Friday, 26, Jul 2013 10:03



Entering into its third year since the reintroduction of the Compass brand, 2016 sees the addition of a popular layout to the award-wining seven model Compass Rallye range, namely the all-new four-berth twin-axle Rallye 636.

Creating a bright and airy interior, the Rallye features a Skyscape panoramic lounge window, really bringing the outside in wherever you are. Add to this the 'Montalcino' craftsman built cabinetry and 'Darcy' upholstery and you get the perfect combination.

Constructed using SoLiD construction, the Rallye features high strength one piece aluminium sides and is built to last. The Rallye also comes with Alde's 24 hour central heating and hot water system, which can be conveniently programmed by your mobile phone, as well as a 40 litre on-board water tank providing 8- litres of continuous water supply - ideal for the whole family.

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Contact Details

Address
The Explorer Group Ltd.
Delves Lane
Consett
Co Durham, DH8 7PE
Tel 01207 699 000
Web www.elddis.co.uk

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