Coachman Amara 520-4

Monday, 28, Feb 2011 04:38

One of three four-berth models in the Coachman Amara range, the Amara 520/4 is an ideal entry level caravan for families who enjoy spontaneous weekends away.

Compact and affordable, yet stylish and functional, it is equipped with all the necessary features for a comfortable and entertaining getaway. Depending on their sleeping arrangements, owners can choose three single beds and a single bunk, or one double, a single and a single bunk.

Like all models in the Amara range, the 520/4 has 6'5" of headroom and comes with Grade 3 thermal insulation, a wide body shell, a laminated roof and a 45mm thick floor with Styrofoam core for heat retention and strength. Inside, the motorhome has Italian two-tone locker doors with a metallic trim, an ash design on all furniture and a three-tiered chest of drawers.

The kitchen workstation comes with a recessed stainless sink and drainer, a microwave oven in dedicated housing and a Thetford 107-litre refrigerator with an 11-litre freezer, meaning families have all the food preparation tools they need when touring.

  • Berth: 4
  • MTPLM: 1,555 kg
  • Internal Headroom: 6'5"
  • Shipping Length: 23'5"
  • Awning Size: 992 cm

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Only complaint is the warranty...Read More

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Best van we have ever owned will not part with it for a long time yet....Read More

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Attention to detail in overall build is not the best (the sealant is poor and looks dirty after a couple of outings) unfortunately we had 27 issues an...Read More

Coachman 545/4 - 2012


Every one wanting to look at van thought I was at the Lawns, downer was fridge not working on gas....Read More

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Had this van 5 years, been a great van no major problems, love it....Read More

Coachman Laser 655/6 - 2011


This van is fantastic - it tows well and has impressive features. We feel let down by so many quality issues and poor main dealer support. Coachman ...Read More

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The fact that we have had so many problems with the van disappoints me especially as I was told they are a quality van. Problem is that having looked ...Read More

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An excellent caravan with good all-round fittings and workmanship. ...Read More

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A great van, but it's quite heavy so you need a substantial towcar, we tow with an Audi A6 Quattro. But I Overall, thoroughly recommended....Read More

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Amsterdam Road
Sutton Fields Industrial Estate
Hull HU7 0XF
Tel 01482 839737
Web www.coachman.co.uk
Email sales@coachman.co.uk

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