Sprite Major 4 FB

Tuesday, 14, Aug 2012 02:57

The single-axle Sprite Major 4 FB is the newest in the range from Swift Group, sporting four berths with a front dinette, fixed side double bed, a side kitchen and a full-end washroom.

Aiming to appeal to buyers who want an affordable, lightweight tourer, this fixed-bed caravan boasts a fresh and modern layout that is accentuated by the curved front end with its large window.

It is also equipped with a Truma gas and 230v combi-boiler for efficient hot water and central heating, as well as additional storage space. The caravan's kitchen boasts a 112-litre Thetford fridge with digital controls, as well as a three-burner hob with oven and separate grill.

In the bathroom, there's a Thetford C250 electric flush toilet, while four 230v sockets and a Status 530 directional TV aerial take care of entertainment. Another new feature for this 2013 model is the Tracker Retrieve Thatcham-approved tracking system, with three month's free subscription.

Optional extras include alloy wheels, a spare steel wheel, a AL-KO Secure wheel lock receiver, a radio/CD/mp3 player and two scatter cushions.

  • Berth: 4
  • MTPLM: 1,327kg
  • Internal Headroom: 6'5"
  • Shipping length: 22'9"
  • Awning Size 968cm

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ReviewsOverall Rating

Sprite Alpine 4 - 2013

Another few pounds on manufacturing costs providing a few modifications would have created a wonderful two-berth caravan - what a shame...Read More

Sprite Quattro FB - 2012

Lots of space, a joy to tow, bags of kit. Downside is there are only three power points....Read More

Sprite Compact GT Pop-Top - 1982

The low lowlight is I moved to a house with narrow drive....Read More

Sprite Alpine - 2010

The alarm didn't work at first, but I got this fixed. It's a very good light caravan which tows easily with a smaller caravan which is what I wanted....Read More

Sprite Alpine C - 1994

Sprites are decent little caravans for the money and as long as you can accept compromises with space and quality, then it could be the perfect starte...Read More

Sprite Quattro - 2010

This is the six-berth model and it really is a quality caravan. Used it seven times with no problems although the comfort factor is on the cheaper end...Read More

Sprite Alpine 4 - 2006

Needs more sockets, but otherwise no problem at all - a very good, lightweight van. ...Read More

Sprite Musketeer Major 6 - 2005

I'd recommend this van for it's price range. Bought specifically for a bank arrangement....Read More

Sprite Major 6 - 2008

This is a brilliant entry level caravan for a family. If you're not sure about caravanning, this is a great option for first timers, easy to handle an...Read More

Sprite Alpine 4 - 2009

We've had a few problems with the electrics, namely the fridge and glitches with the mains chargers....Read More

Contact Details

Swift Group Ltd
Dunswell Road
East Yorkshire, HU16 4JS
Tel 01482 847332
Web www.swiftleisure.co.uk
Email enquiry@swiftgroup.co.uk

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