Lunar Quasar 564

Monday, 04, Nov 2013 11:37

The four-berth Lunar Quasar 564 is a great caravan for families looking to take a break at any time of the year.

This versatile model can accommodate a number of different bedding configurations. The front seating area can be converted into either a double or two single beds, while at the rear there is a space for another double bed to be made up.

During the day this space can be used as a stylish dining area while at the front there is an ample seating area where people can relax and watch television.

The kitchen is a spacious unit complete with a coverable sink while the oven comes complete with a four-burner hobs, which can also be covered. There is also a fridge/freezer combo and an overhead microwave, not to mention the ample worktop space for preparing meals.

In the bathroom, which can act as an en-suite to the rear bedroom, there is a stylish shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin.

  • Berths: 4
  • Overall length: 7.19m
  • Overall width: 2.21m
  • MTPLM: 1,350kg

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ReviewsOverall Rating

Lunar Quasar FB - 2007

Caravan was great only part-exed because husband wanted a motorhome....Read More

Lunar Ariva - 1998

There aren't enough plug sockets and the bed isn't very comfortable, but there's plenty of space for two and you do get what you pay for....Read More

Lunar Quasar 525 dealer special - 2008

The dealer special came with Tyron tyres and an alarm. I'm a big fan of the double dinette layout. ...Read More

Lunar Quasar - 2007

Good for kids - but potential buyers, you need an awning in Britain!...Read More

Lunar Ultima SB - 2009

This is a dealer special edition which helps make your money go that much further. It's based on the Quasar and you get £1000 worth of equipment for f...Read More

Lunar Quasar 462 - 2007

We'd like to warn future owners of the Lunar 462 - wheel changing can be a problem if bought new....Read More

Lunar Quasar 525 - 2006

This has been a great van, apart from a couple of quality control issues, I've been very happy with it. (Model Year: 2006)...Read More

Lunar Quasar 540 - 2006

This is a spacious six-berth model which has excellent space for small children. My only quibble is that the fixed end bunks would benefit from remova...Read More

Lunar Quasar 524 - 2007

I would recommend this caravan to anyone. Well built, light, and easy to repair. ...Read More

Lunar Quasar EB - 2007

Had to be taken back for the wheel arches, but we still don't think it's right. and we couldn't get a finger between the tyre and the wheelbox....Read More


Contact Details

Lunar Caravans Ltd
Sherdley Road
Lostock Hall
Lancashire, PR5 5JF

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