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The Caravan and Motorhome Show Draws to a Close

January 30, 2017

Motorhome Show

Adventure Leisure Vehicles

Hosted at Manchester Event City the first caravan and motorhome show drew to a close last week.

From the latest models of motorhomes and caravans to holiday homes, there was plenty on display, including the new Willerby caravan range, the Canterbury. With over 200 exhibitors there were some amazing new product launches.

There were even a mobile home costing more than some terraced houses. Known as the ‘king of caravans’ the Carthago C-Tourer was on display for £90,000. It was the most expensive model at the entire show!

Swift launched a never seen before stylish static ‘hotel room’. The S-Pod 4 is said to be great for couples and families, giving them a luxury hotel feel yet within a field. Measuring just 4m long, the latest model is on sale for only £30,000 this year! It may be small but it fits everything in, including a kitchen, shower, lounge and bathroom. The lounge front wall pulls down to create a double bed.

Another static home was seen for sale at £79,000 a year, due to be placed on a high-end caravan park. The model name suits it perfectly. ‘Vogue’ is nothing like the traditional classic holiday home. Sleeping four, it includes some fashion statements and is extremely modern.

Our friends at Adventure Leisure Vehicles exhibited at the show. Displayed 3 Eribas, 2 T@B’s, an Autotrial and a Hymer MLT. Did you manage to see them?

Matt Allwright, from ‘The Watch Dog’ also opened the show. Owning a Volkswagen Campervan he likes to keep it simple when camping.

Amongst all the debuts and show-stopping products, there were plenty other exhibitors to take a look at, including a food and travel stage and a tow car taster session, great for first timers. A kids-zone to make sure the little ones don’t get bored. Plus a motorhome manoeuvring taster and a holiday travel show.

The next show will be upon up before we know it! The Camping, Caravanning and Motorhome Show at NEC Birmingham this February. Will we see you there?

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