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Kunene off-roader caravan

Category: Business News | Author: Echo 4x4 Centre Head Office |  Date posted:  | Impressions: 27670   469

The Kunene off-roader caravan.

The Kunene off road caravan feathers a fiberglass monocoque outer shell for its body which is color impregnated and corrosion free. It also features muds flaps and rain gutters, amongst other features.

Its key features include a main island bed with a front tent to accommodate 2-5 sleepers easily. You also get high quality durable floor covering, a shower with hot and cold water, an external kitchen with large awning and also mosquito netting. It also includes internal USB connectors for charging devices. The storage options give you a 120 liter water tank, rear storage, cupboards in the outside of the body and top cupboards. The kitchen offers a dual plate gas stove with wash basin and drying rack. There is also the option of a 40-90 liter fridge/ freezer to be added. 

The bathroom includes a fully equipped shower with a flexible hand held shower system. 
If you’d like to find out more about the Kunene off-roader caravan, drop us your email and our sales team will be in-touch with a full spec sheet and pricing!

Echo 4x4 Centre Head Office
012 345 3333
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