Caravan enthusiasts in the market for a new model could be interested to hear that the Swift Group has made a number of changes to its Abbey portfolio.
As well as reducing prices on the GTS and Spectrum ranges, the firm has recruited designers to give the entire series a new look.
The upgrades affect both the interior and exterior of the caravans and are aimed at increasing the value for money.
New soft furnishings and spaceframe technology make the GTS Vogue, Spectrum and Aventura models more comfortable and practical.
The latter two have also been given new 107-litre fridges with freezer compartments, while the Spectrum now benefits from having a microwave oven as standard.
A radio/CD/MP3 player now come as standard in the Spectrum and GTS Vogue ranges, while wiring is available for those who wish to add a DVD player.
Both also now feature increased security equipment, including an AL-KO Secure portable wheel lock and alarm system.
In other news, the Swift Group has reduced the prices of its 2006 Ace models to bring them back to their affordable roots.