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XPLORE 435 SE

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  • Year: 2015

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LUNAR CLUBMAN SE

POA
  • Year: 2011

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ELDDIS AVANTE 505

POA
  • Year: 2007

In stock at: Tyneside

BAILEY PAGEANT SERIES 7 - MONARCH

POA
  • Year: 2009

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SPRITE MAJOR 6

POA
  • Year: 2010

In stock at: Catterick

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BAILEY OAKMERE 320/2

£2,495
or £58.00 per month
  • 2 Berth
  • Year: 1994
  • 18.94cwt / 962kg This caravan has a MTPLM of 18.94cwt / 962kg

    What does MTPLM mean?

    Maximum Technically Permissible Laden Mass (MTPLM) is the absolute maximum weight that the caravan must not exceed to be legal on the road.

    For further information on The Caravan Towing Code click here.
  • 962-1132kg A suitable tow vehicle for this caravan would have a kerbside weight between 962 - 1132kg.

    Please note: other towing criteria must be considered such as your tow vehicles maximum tow capability. This should always be greater than the MTPLM of the caravan.

    For further information on The Caravan Towing Code click here.

In stock at: Catterick

10

COACHMAN AMARA 450

£3,995 £3,495
or £79.75 per month
  • 2 Berth
  • Year: 2000
  • .00cwt / 1,300kg This caravan has a MTPLM of .00cwt / 1,300kg

    What does MTPLM mean?

    Maximum Technically Permissible Laden Mass (MTPLM) is the absolute maximum weight that the caravan must not exceed to be legal on the road.

    For further information on The Caravan Towing Code click here.

In stock at: Catterick

7

AVONDALE DART 470/4

£4,295
or £97.15 per month
  • 4 Berth
  • Year: 1999
  • 22.83cwt / 1,160kg This caravan has a MTPLM of 22.83cwt / 1,160kg

    What does MTPLM mean?

    Maximum Technically Permissible Laden Mass (MTPLM) is the absolute maximum weight that the caravan must not exceed to be legal on the road.

    For further information on The Caravan Towing Code click here.
  • 1160-1365kg A suitable tow vehicle for this caravan would have a kerbside weight between 1160 - 1365kg.

    Please note: other towing criteria must be considered such as your tow vehicles maximum tow capability. This should always be greater than the MTPLM of the caravan.

    For further information on The Caravan Towing Code click here.

In stock at: Ebor

7

STERLING ECCLES SAPPHIRE

£4,495
or £101.50 per month
  • 5 Berth
  • Year: 2000
  • 29.53cwt / 1,500kg This caravan has a MTPLM of 29.53cwt / 1,500kg

    What does MTPLM mean?

    Maximum Technically Permissible Laden Mass (MTPLM) is the absolute maximum weight that the caravan must not exceed to be legal on the road.

    For further information on The Caravan Towing Code click here.
  • 1500-1765kg A suitable tow vehicle for this caravan would have a kerbside weight between 1500 - 1765kg.

    Please note: other towing criteria must be considered such as your tow vehicles maximum tow capability. This should always be greater than the MTPLM of the caravan.

    For further information on The Caravan Towing Code click here.

In stock at: Ebor

7

AVONDALE DART 556/6

£4,495
or £101.50 per month
  • 6 Berth
  • Year: 2001
  • .00cwt / 1,300kg This caravan has a MTPLM of .00cwt / 1,300kg

    What does MTPLM mean?

    Maximum Technically Permissible Laden Mass (MTPLM) is the absolute maximum weight that the caravan must not exceed to be legal on the road.

    For further information on The Caravan Towing Code click here.

In stock at: Tyneside

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