Superb Vision ensures Motorhome & Caravan Show success for Coachman

Superb Vision ensures Motorhome & Caravan Show success for Coachman

Coachman’s brand new Vision range of caravans made its debut at the Motorhome & Caravan Show in October. Displayed alongside Coachman favourites, the Pastiche, Laser and VIP, the Vision received an enthusiastic welcome from visitors.

The Motorhome & Caravan Show, the national showcase for the caravan industry, is an annual event providing visitors with the opportunity to view the latest models and place orders in time for the new holiday season.

With over 100,000 visitors, the event reported a record attendance signalling a potential upturn for the industry and great sales for Coachman.

Jim Hibbs of Coachman said:

“We always enjoy great sales at the Motorhome & Caravan Show, but this year exceeded our expectations with a record 356 units retailed.

“Technical developments for the 2014 season include the introduction of PU components and innovative bonded construction techniques across the ranges. These improvements have been really well received by dealers and caravanners alike, as has our latest range of caravans, the Vision.”

A brand new design from the ground up, Vision’s eight different layouts feature state-of-the-art materials and innovative engineering techniques. Accessibly priced, the Vision delivers all the attributes caravanners have come to expect from Coachman. Sleek looks, luxurious soft furnishings and the usual design details are evident throughout the range.

Whilst the Vision may be the newest model in the fold, the Pastiche,VIP and Laser have all received an annual makeover. These models have proven popular with caravanners and dealers alike, but Coachman has made some additions and changes to all three. Both the VIP and Laser models now feature a solar panel as standard, which saves money and gives owners freedom from electric hook-ups. The solar panel requires only daylight, not direct sunlight, and can keep the battery topped up during winter storage.

Posted: 08/11/2013 News

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