Rob Ganley
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This weekend popular manufacturer Elddis will host an exclusive free event, allowing you to see every model in its brand-new, 2012 range.

The open day, held at Elddis's Consett (County Durham) base on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 September 2011, sees the company open its factory doors to the general public: you'll be able to take a tour to see how motorhomes are made, as well as view all the latest models. Exclusive show deals will also be available.

This weekend popular manufacturer Elddis will host an exclusive free event, allowing you to see every model in its brand-new, 2012 range.

 

The open day, held at Elddis's Consett (County Durham) base on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 September 2011, sees the company open its factory doors to the general public: you'll be able to take a tour to see how motorhomes are made, as well as view all the latest models. Exclusive show deals will also be available.

 

This will be the first opportunity to see the revamped Autoquest line-up, and the great new 165 model (pictured) in particular – it features a rear French bed with front dinette and side-facing sofa. All Autoquests have undergone cosmetic modernisation, get bigger water tanks and redesigned washrooms.

 

Elsewhere, the luxury Aspire range remains relatively unchanged for 2012. Do take a look at the 240: it won the  Best 'Van for Two category in our recent Motorhome of the Year 2011 Awards.

 

To find out more about all these models and register your attendance at the open day, visit the Elddis website by clicking this link.

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