Eterniti Caravans

The Eterniti EC2 is one of the prototypes unveiled in January 2012
The Eterniti EC2 is one of the prototypes unveiled in January 2012

Friday, 03, Aug 2012 11:08

One of the newest names in the UK caravan market, Eterniti Caravans launched their debut range in 2012. Featuring many innovative features, including an electrically-powered slide-out section, these caravans boast unrivalled headroom and interior space.

With a large manufacturing facility on Widnes Waterfront in Cheshire, the company benefits from the financial backing of Eterniti Steels, which is owned by their founder and managing director Phil Daniels.

Two of a kind

The company's first two ranges are named Chronicle and Genesis, and they include several premium features as standard, such as air conditioning and an electronically-powered slide-out awning, in addition to 6'9" headroom.

A range of single and twin-axle layouts are available, with fixed bed and bunk bed options to choose from, while there is even the option of having a bathtub fitted.

All models benefit from super-king size front dinettes and a slide-out section, which can be deployed when the caravan is sited. This results in significantly more interior space.

Built on a German-made BPW chassis, the bodyshell features Thermashield construction, which employs Styrofoam insulation and an aluminium frame to offer increased durability and year-round warmth.

Optional extras on these ranges include a Tracker vehicle recover system, IDC trailer stability control and leather upholstery. Inside these models, you will get a Smev dual fuel hob, with built-in grill and oven, as well as a 24" LED TV and a DVD player.

Prices will start at £21,995 and both ranges will be unveiled on 16 October 2012 at the NCC Motorhome and Caravan Show in the Birmingham NEC Centre.

UPDATE: On 27 March 2014, Eterniti entered into administration. For more details, including refund arrangements, click here.

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Contact Details

Eterniti Caravans
Dennis Road
Widnes Waterfront
Cheshire. WA8 0WN
Tel 0151 4234033

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