Design Award Winner- Coachbuild £55K - £65K

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Auto-Sleeper win more awards at the CAMC Motorhome Design Awards

Design Award Winner- Coachbuild £55K - £65K

Auto-Sleeper win more awards at the CAMC Motorhome Design Awards
Auto-Sleeper win more awards at the CAMC Motorhome Design Awards

Friday, 04, May 2018 03:36

By William Coleman

Back in February, at the Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show at the NEC, the Caravan and Motorhome Club held their annual 'Motorhome Design Awards'. The awards celebrate the variety of makes and models of the motorhome industry all while choosing the best the market has to offer to ensure the public make the best decision they can when purchasing.

The independent panel of judges picked 97 vehicles for this years awards. Each judge assessed a wide range of essential criteria which included comfort, electrics and safety, air-con, heating to name just a few.

Another win for Auto-Sleeper at the Caravan and Motorhome Club Motorhome Design Awards. Auto-Sleeper took the Coachbuild £55K - £65K award win with their Peugeot Broadway EB. I have used several Auto-Sleeper vehicles over the past few months and I am not surprised they are sweeping up so many awards.

Dave Williams, Auto-Sleeper's Sales Director, could not have been happier with the award win. The motorhome manufacturer make it their mandate to do as much R&D to ensure they have a broad appeal and bring new customers to the industry.

The award highlights the hard work that goes into creating their products and proves their research pays off.

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