Lunar Lexon 560

Thursday, 24, Nov 2011 03:42

The Lexon 560 is a spacious four-berth single-axle tourer and the last in the Lunar Lexon range of caravans. Perfect for families, it has a double island bed in the rear, which is ideal for parents, and at the front the comfortable fully-sprung seating area converts into a double bed or operates as two singles. The central washroom on the offside is fully-equipped with a shower unit with 'Eco Camel' water-saving shower head, a domestic-style washbasin and an electric-flushing Thetford C250 toilet. The nearside kitchen area meanwhile boasts everything needed to rustle up a good meal, including a Sanyo digital microwave, an oven with grill, four-burner hob, a 112-litre fridge and a ceramic black sink with draining board.

As stylish as the other models in the Lexon range, the 560 is fitted with the sleek 'Chestnut' wood interior throughout, giving all of the lockers, wardrobes and furniture a classy feel. Complemented by the 'Crystal' worktops, the luxurious 'Pamplona' soft furnishing finishes the design perfectly. A light and spacious tourer, the 560 has large double-glazed windows and low energy consumption LED lighting system.

Operating Truma's dual-fuel water and heating system, the reliable and robust caravan is kept cosy with the fully-plumbed systems. Entertainment comes in the form of a multi-point television system with its own multi-directional aerial. A sound system which plays CD, MP3s and radio also comes as standard, while the security alarm and awning light are both controlled by a remote fob for ease of use.

  • Berth: 4
  • MTPLM: 1,475kg
  • Internal Headroom: 6'5"
  • Shipping Length: 24'1"
  • Awning Size: 1,018cm

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ReviewsOverall Rating

Lunar Lexon EW - 2001

We have many highlights, the best of which was when we towed it up into the pyrenees about 3000 metres high this year, we could not have wished for a ...Read More

Lunar Lexon CSL - 2007

Slightly lacking on interior appointments but otherwise a great all-round caravan. ...Read More

Lunar Stellar - 2003

A very good basic two berth caravan. ...Read More

Lunar Lexon 575 EB - 2007

Would have liked to have paid a bit less than we did for, but overall it's been a great caravan....Read More

Lunar Lexon - 2005

Only owned this caravan for two months but am extremely happy with its performance. ...Read More

Lunar Stellar 400 - 2004

It's a great van for reasonable long periods away ie. 4-6 weeks at a time....Read More

Contact Details

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

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