VIDEO: Why the Elddis Autoquest has a stronger Peugeot chassis

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The Elddis Autoquest is built on the Tempo Libero Chassis from Peugeot

VIDEO: Why the Elddis Autoquest has a stronger Peugeot chassis

The Elddis Autoquest is built on the Tempo Libero Chassis from Peugeot
The Elddis Autoquest is built on the Tempo Libero Chassis from Peugeot

Friday, 15, Jun 2012 02:06

by Chris Jefferies

Elddis Autoquest is the best-selling motorhome range in the UK and one of the reasons for its popularity is the strength of the chassis.

In this video, we meet David Whitehead from Elddis, who explains that the way they build on the Peugeot chassis ensures a stronger motorhome and reduces potential warranty problems.

We also talk about all the different things that people tow with a motorhome - from motorbikes to small cars.

What's more, David tells us about some of the celebrities that Elddis have lent an Autoquest to over the past ten years.

Prices in the Elddis Autoquest range start at £32,599 and there is a wide range of two, four and six-berth layouts to choose from

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