Venus 320/2

Monday, 20, Feb 2012 12:37

The Venus 320/2 is a great value little single-axle tourer that can be hitched-up to practically any towcar. The two-berth caravan is perfectly suited to singles or couples and, while offering an ideal entry-level 'van at a great price, far from scrimps on its equipment. A front saloon double bed emerges from the aluminium-framed seating area, while the rear nearside kitchen area is equipped with a three-burner Thetford hob and duplex combination oven with grill as well as a domestic-style fridge-freezer and Thetford sink with removable draining board. The offside corner washroom, meanwhile, is fully equipped with an industry standard Thetford C250 electric-flushing toilet, large domestic shower and washbasin.

Inside, the tourer looks great with soft furnishings in the stylish and contemporary 'Lolita' design and sophisticated modern oak furniture. A durable 'Thyme' carpet runner adds to the comfortable feeling, while fully-sprung upholstery is comfortable when sitting and sleeping and the fast-working Whale water heater is reliable and efficient.

With an Al-Ko galvanised steel chassis and Grade III thermal insulation and heating, the sturdy and solid caravan is built to last, while a Status 530 aerial will provide a great signal for your television. Carbon monoxide alarm and CRiS identity number come as standard, while a factory-fit pack of optional extras is available for a small fee that includes alloy wheels, stabiliser, wheel lock, sound system and more.

  • Berths: 2
  • MTPLM: 905kg
  • Internal Headroom: 6'3"
  • Shipping Length: 16'2"
  • Awning size: 780cm

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Contact Details

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

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