VIDEO: More compact motorhoming with the new Elddis Accordo
The Accordo is a more compact motorhome range for the 2014 season
Friday, 13, Sep 2013 11:56
by Daniel Mackrell
Elddis has revealed the new Accordo, which has been described as a compact coach-built motorhome.
Compact motorhomes have increased in popularity recently because of their easy manoeuvrability and storage, and Elddis's new Accordo fits into that category.
In this video CaravanTimes takes a closer look at the Accordo and what it has to offer compared with other Elddis models.
Alan Bateman, a chief designer for the Elddis Accordo speaks about the layout, and the benefits of its compact design such as being easy to drive and store, as well as its flexibility in appealing to various people interested in buying a motorhome.
He also talks about the importance of Elddis's new Solid Construction which was introduced around 12 months ago, and how it has helped the new Accordo's design.
The motorhome fits somewhere between Elddis Autoquest and Aspire in its overall design, he explains.
The Accordo is a light motorhome, but it still has a generous 600kg payload, and it has features such as air conditioning, an opening sunroof and cruise control.