Coachman Amara 570-6

Tuesday, 01, Mar 2011 02:23

Introduced in the summer of 2010, the Amara 570/6 is one of three six berth caravans in the Coachman Amara range, which is designed specifically for family use. Compact yet spacious with headroom of 6'5" and ample storage, this particular model is available with three single beds and three single bunks, or a double, a single and three single bunks.

One of the major selling points of the 570/6 is that the rear section can be closed off, providing kids with their own private space. Families who enjoy cycling can even bring the children's bikes along, as they can be stored conveniently underneath the bed.

The caravan comes equipped with a modern kitchen workstation featuring a Spinflo Argent recessed stainless steel sink and drainer, a stainless steel Caprice oven with four burner hob and grill and a microwave oven in dedicated housing.

There's even an external barbecue gas point for al fresco dining during summer holidays. And for such an affordable motorhome, the furnishings are surprisingly luxurious, with sprung bedding and backrests in fire retardant fabric, Italian two-tone locker doors with metallic trim and Venetian blinds in the bathroom.

  • Berth: 6
  • MTPLM: 1,635 kg
  • Internal Headroom: 6'5"
  • Shipping Length: 24'8"
  • Awning Size: 1,024 cm

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Contact Details

Coachman Caravans Ltd.
Amsterdam Road
Sutton Fields Industrial Estate
Hull HU7 0XF
Tel 01482 839737

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