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Elddis

Autoquest

Motorhome Summary

  • Right-hand Drive
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • Aerial
  • Fridge
  • Heating
  • Oven
  • Radio
  • Satellite System
  • Toilet
  • 2 X sets of keys
  • V5 reg doc
  • Washroom
  • Grill
  • Rear Seat Belts

Broker's Comments

Call with any questions on 01423 609985. This is an Elddis Autoquest 130 coachbuilt motorhome. First registered in 2011 it has travelled just 35500 miles. It is 5 berth and has 4 seatbelts. This really is a lovely home and is nice and compact for a 5 berth measuring just 6.32 meters in length. This would a family starting out in motorhoming, as it can be driven by anyone with a valid UK drivers licence being only 3300 kgs, or perhaps a couple looking for something compact yet spacious. At the rear is the kitchen area with sink, fridge with freezer, hob with 3 gas burner hob plus grill and oven below and plenty of storage space. The dinette area comfortably seats 4 people, using the 2 front seats that have full seatbelts, bench seat opposite and long sofa on the nearside. All the upholstery is in good condition. The overcab bed lifts easily to provide when extra headroom during driving and there is plenty of service history. It should be viewed at the earliest opportunity near Skipton. Part exchanges are welcomed on this vehicle, for further information please call us on 01423 609985 quoting reference number 106275



The mileage on this vehicle was correct at the time of valuation, however the vehicle remains in use by the Seller until the point it is sold, therefore the mileage at the time of sale may be higher than that advertised.


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