Swift Challenger Sport 382

Friday, 19, Aug 2011 11:02

Couples looking for a compact tourer might be keen on the Swift Challenger Sport 382, which is a quality product at an affordable price. The two-berth caravan features a convertible bed in the front, which can either act as a double or two singles. A focus on keeping the vehicle lightweight helps the caravan work well with a range of tow cars. This is backed up by a stylish finish, which sees a comfortable design matched with Mali Acacia wood. A Thetford electronic ignition, digital control 112-litre fridge with metallic door finish, a Thetford thermostatic oven and separate grill and a glass hob with a safety cut out feature make preparing meals a simple proposition.

Meanwhile, the washroom features a Thetford C250 toilet with electric flush and 18-litre wheeled waste tank, while LED electric lighting throughout means the caravan is more environmentally friendly. The 8.11m awning provides extra space for couples looking to entertain or store extra equipment to help keep the floor space inside clear.

A Radio/CD/MP3 player with iPod connection should help to keep both adults and kids entertained on rainy days or even when relaxing with a barbecue. Meanwhile with an AL-KO ATC trailer stability control and an AKS 3004 Stabiliser fitted as standard, the caravan should be easy to tow safely.

  • Berth: 2
  • MTPLM: 1,143 kg
  • Internal Headroom: 6'5"
  • Shipping Length: 17'7"
  • Awning Size: 811 cm
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      Update: This model is now only available as a used caravan

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Swift Challenger 480 - 2009


Lowlights, The quality of build, in our opinion, leaves a lot to be desired . Highlights, Design and practicality....Read More

Swift Coastline classic 545 - 2011


With shock absorbers it is a dream to tow. I think it has a good appearance, it is comfortable, practical, and looks more 'up market' than it actually...Read More

Swift Danette - 2002


It's my first van. But I am well pleased with it, after I repaired and remodeled it. Looking forward to many short and long breaks in it....Read More

Swift Challenger 580 - 2011


An excellent van all round, although our first trip out, all well, if anything, the only extra i would have liked to have seen would be a self contain...Read More

Swift 630L Sundance - 2008


Poor bathroom layout, but the light on the gas containers is very good. ...Read More

Swift Archway Woodford - 2008


I bought this van second hand, and have had a couple of niggles with the toilet and water system. It's going back to the dealer in a couple of weeks t...Read More

Swift Expresson 550 - 2010


The fixed metal frame tends to fall down which is a pain, but other that that we've not had any real problems with the van, it's been great!...Read More

Swift Archway - 1998


We got a great deal on this caravan - the seller even threw in a free bike rack for us! Perfect for our use and needs, and goes to show that it pays t...Read More

Swift Charisma 620 - 2007


The seal around the windows went and the gel coating on the exterior has cracked but Swift fixed both problems straight away. I'm very happy with both...Read More

Swift Challenger 540 - 2007


We've had no problems with any of the equipment, but aren't massive fans of the combined shower/ toilet so we're looking at the 2011 Sterling models t...Read More

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Swift Group Limited
Dunswell Road
Cottingham
East Yorkshire
HU16 4JS
Tel 01482 847332
Web www.swift-leisure.co.uk
Email enquiry@swift-group.co.uk

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