Swift displays its Voyager 4 range at The Great Holiday Home Show

The new Swift Voyager 4 range was on display at The Great Holiday Home Show in Harrogate (8-10th September).

Unlike the low-profile Voyager 5 models, the Voyager 4 sub-range are all overcabs, with three layouts available. Coming on a Ford chassis, the ‘vans all have a fixed Luton overcab bed which includes a Duvalay Duvalite Alto mattress, differing rear bed options, and in the case of the two five-berth models, a front single bed that can be made up.

Each kitchen also comes with a Thetford oven and grill, a three-burner gas hob, and a Dometic Series 10 133-litre dual-hinged fridge, complete with a freezer compartment. Other features are an external water point and an external BBQ point.

The range includes the rear lounge 475, a five-berth motorhome with a front dinette and a mid washroom and kitchen. The ‘van comes with five seat belts and an OTR price of £69,995.

The rear lounge in the 475

Then there is the five-berth 485, a motorhome with fixed single beds at the rear and an OTR price that starts from £69,495. Like the 475, the model comes with five belts too – in both cases, these include one rear-facing and two forward-facing seats.

The Swift Voyager 485

There is also a four-berth motorhome in the range, the Voyager 494. The ‘van comes with a rear island bed, a front dinette, and a mid kitchen and washroom. The OTR price starts from £68,995 for the model.

The rear island bed in the Swift Voyager 494

Each model has an MTPLM of 3,500kg.

The Voyager 5 range was also on show, including the new addition to the lineup, the 574. A six-berth motorhome with four seat belts, the model includes parallel seating in the rear lounge, as well as a drop down bed.

Inside the Swift Voyager 574

A front double can also be made up too. Coming with a length of 7.73m and a width of 2.37m, the 574 has an MTLPM of 3500kg and an OTR price that starts from £73,495.

Visitors to the show also got to see the Adria Active Duo, a ‘van that comes with a pop-up roof and an optional tailgate awning.

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