Introducing the all-new Swift Conqueror and Sterling Elite ranges for 2016

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Introducing the all-new Swift Conqueror and Sterling Elite ranges for 2016

Friday, 09, Oct 2015 03:56

by Joe Jeffrey

CaravanTimes went along to Swift to take a look at the new 2016 Swift Conqueror and Sterling Elite ranges. Watch on to see what we found out

Renowned for their high spec and quality offerings, the Conqueror and Elite ranges from Swift have seen updates for 2016. So when CaravanTimes was invited along to check them out for ourselves, we jumped at the chance.

It's not just a revamped couple of ranges we should expect to see for 2016, however, with new layouts added for good measure. These include the single-axle Conqeuror/Elite 560, based on a motorhome concept with rear bedroom with fixed bed and centre washroom, whilst featuring two doors either side allowing for easy accessm but also privacy throughout. Additional standout features include large front lounge and fully equipped kitchen featuring a 134-litre refrigerator. A larger version, the Conqueror/Elite 650 is also available.

Another notable addition for 2016 is the four-berth Conqeuror/Elite 565, providing for a larger lounge with longer beds, as well as two fixed single beads at the rear - one of which is 6'3" in length.

For 2016, the Conqueror/Elite ranges will also feature Swift's SMART HT construction system, as well as 'Aralie Sen' woodgrain design with 'Smoked Oak' accents, newly designed kitchens, and many more enhancements for the new season.

Check out the video above to find out - and see - more.

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