Swift Conqueror

Swift's flagship Conqueror range provides luxury and comfort
Swift's flagship Conqueror range provides luxury and comfort

Wednesday, 04, Aug 2010 01:50

Innovations for 2017

The only additional feature to the Swift Conqueror this year is the new Dometic CU600 cooker, which Swift says offers improved cooking times and better cooking uniformity.

That being said, the Conqueror range has been given an interior make-over, with a new furnishing scheme.

There is a wide panoramic sunroof creating a light-filled seating area, with backrest cushions.

Gloss upper locker doors, in ashen brown, have inlays and luxury full width curtains, perfect for privacy, day or night.

All fixed beds are fitted with exclusive Duvalay Duvalite mattresses made from memory fibre technology.

Kitchens are well-equipped with a tall slimline fridge in selected models and worktops which are resistant to scratches, hygienic and easy to clean.

They are also kitted out with Swift's latest SMART tech and offer all their newest features.

A Swift spokesperson said: "The Conqueror houses everything you need for five star touring with an expanded list of luxury, safety and practical features designed to delight.

"Alde central heating keeps you warm and comfortable whatever the season."

Innovations for 2016

The top of the range twin axle, 4 berth Swift Conqueror 645 features a rear-end island bed, with a separate toilet and washroom. With an MTPLM of 1,830kgs, this is one of Swift's heaviest tourers.

At the other end of the scale sits the 2 berth single axle Conqueror 480 with an MTPLM of 1,455kgs. It comes with all the mod cons you would expect from a top of the range tourer, including a granite-look kitchen sink, built in microwave and tilt-sensor alarm system.

With class leading 6'5" of headroom and a bodyshell construction that maximises interior space - the five model range is well conceived and practically laid out. Positive locker door catches ensure secure on-the-move storage and energy saving LED lighting exemplify the design teams clever attention to detail.

A fully featured website is available at www.swiftleisure.co.uk for detailed specifications.

For more details, news, rumour and discussions on the Swift Conqueror, join our community group for Swift Caravan Owners.

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ReviewsOverall Rating

Swift Conqueror 640 Salon - 2002

The shower tray is cracked, but it's still in fairly good nick for an older van....Read More

Swift Conqueror 655 Lux - 2007

We've had a slight issue with the sliding bathroom door that swings open on its hinges easily - not great for privacy....Read More

Swift Conqueror 630 - 2008

The level finishing hasn't been great with numerous problems including leaks and faulty equipment....Read More

Swift Conqueror - 2009

All round good van, a couple of issues with the cupboard doors....Read More

Swift Conqueror - 2008

We could have done with a bit more space and some of the finishings weren't quite up to scratch, but on the whole, we're very pleased with our choice,...Read More

Swift Conqueror - 2008

It's just never, ever gone wrong. Am only replacing this caravan due to the heating system - would prefer the heating upgrades in the newer models. ...Read More

Swift Conqueror 480 - 2009

We've been very please with our van....Read More

Swift Conqueror 630 - 2009

There =have been minor PDI issues with door catches, a leaking locker and seals etc, but I have generally been really happy....Read More

Swift Conqueror 630 - 2010

We've been extremely happy with our new van, no complaints and can highly recommend it....Read More

Contact Details

Swift Group Ltd
Dunswell Road
East Yorkshire, HU16 4JS
Tel 01482 847332
Web www.swiftleisure.co.uk
Email enquiry@swiftgroup.co.uk

Other Information

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