Elddis Aspire 255 2011 Caravan Review

Elddis Aspire 255 2011 Caravan Review

Elddis Aspire 255 2011 Caravan Review

With the Elddis Aspire 255, luxury isn’t an option – it comes as standard. Elddis have really gone all out to make sure that you want for nothing in this top of the range caravan.

It features hydronic radiator central heating with a 24 hour seven day heating control with en-route heating so you will always be in complete control of the temperature of the vehicle which is brilliant during the colder months.

The cab has air conditioning as well so you won’t need to worry about becoming too hot in warmer months or when taking your caravan abroad.

Step inside the caravan and you will soon see that the furnishings are luxurious, sumptuous and feel more like a hotel than a touring caravan. In the washroom you will find a heated towel rail and a granite effect sink with a separate tiled effect shower unit.

The Thetford toilet makes for easy cleaning and there is plenty of storage available around the washroom for toiletries etcetera.

The kitchen area boasts a duel fuel three burner hob and an 800 watt electric hot plate in a luxury finish. There is also a domestic extractor unit above the hob which makes for a safer and more pleasant cooking experience.

To enable you to make the most of the natural light in the Elddis Aspire 255 they have included a sky-view opening cab sunroof and pleated windscreen and side window blinds which enables control of the light and heat conditions inside the caravan.

You will also find Bluetooth and MP3 connectivity units as well as a CD player to keep you entertained on your journey and whilst you are pitched.

In terms of actually driving the Elddis Aspire 255 – you won’t be disappointed; it handles fantastically well given its size and the fuel economy is actually quite impressive. You won’t be disappointed with the miles per gallon ratio despite this being a larger model.

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