Coachman Amara

 The Coachman Amara range: Compact and well designed
The Coachman Amara range: Compact and well designed

Tuesday, 27, Jul 2010 12:13

Coachman Caravans have come up with an entry-level range of caravans which offer value for money, style and comfort. The Coachman Amara marque has with eight flexible layouts to choose from.

Compact and well designed, the Amara range is designed with families in mind. Ranging in size from the two-berth Amara 380/2, up to the six-berth Amara 655/6, which houses a double bunk bed configuration.

The kitchens come equipped with a stainless steel Caprice oven, four burner hob and an 107 litre Thetford fridge. The Truma Combi-Boiler space heater maintains a comfortable interior temperature delivering heat to seating areas, while a Truma Ultraflow water system delivers fresh water to the appliances via a combined pressure switch/ surge damper and filter.

Coachman Caravans introduced the Amara 560/4 and 570/6 models in 2010. The rear section of the Amara 570/6 can be closed off to give the kids their own space and large cupboards provide plenty of storage.

Optional cost extras include an AL-KO active trailer control, awning warmer, wraparound seating and alternative soft furnishing options.

The current 2013 line up consists of the following models:

Model MTPLM RRP
Amara 380/2 1,195kg £15,495
Amara 450/2 1,330kg £16,595
Amara 520/4 1,480kg £17,775
Amara 560/4 1,560kg £18,495
Amara 565/4 1,575kg £18,495
Amara 570/6 1,585kg £18,725
Amara 580/5 1,575kg £18,495
Amara 640/6 (Twin Axle) 1,700kg £19,595
Amara 655/6 (Twin Axle) 1,780kg £19,945

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ReviewsOverall Rating

Coachman VIP 460/2 - 2009


Only complaint is the warranty...Read More

Coachman Pastiche 420/2 - 2007


I will be upgrading endvof year, coachman have my vote, a little more pricy but worth saving my pennies, I would like a VIP 545....Read More

Coachman Amara 530/4 - 2004


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

Coachman Laser 655/6 - 2011


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

Coachman Amara 530/4 - 2004


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

Coachman Pastiche 520/4 - 2009


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

Coachman Wanderer - 2010


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

Coachman VIP - 2005


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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Coachman Caravans Ltd.
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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